Restricted Operator’s Certification for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Course (GMDSS : ROC)

Restricted Operator’s Certification for the Global
Maritime Distress and Safety System Course
(GMDSS : ROC)

Standard of Course

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Training Period

Number of Trainee

Training Fee

Training Place

Lunch and breaks

Qualification

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: In compliance with IMO Model Course 1.26 which

certified by the National Broadcasting and

Telecommunication Commission – NBTC

: 7 days

: Not more than 24

: 7,500 Baht

: Siam Maritime School

: Free

– Not less than 18 years of age

– General knowledge of electricity, radio communication,

English language, use of personal computer and marine

vocabulary.

– GMDSS Restricted Operator’s Certificate has not been

withdrawned or cancelled or has been accepted from withdrawn

not less than 5 years.

Certificate Title

: Restricted Operator’s Certificate (Certified by NBTC- validity 5 years)

: Restricted Operator’s License (Certified by NBTC- validity 5 years)

: Restricted Operator’s Certificate (Certified by Siam Maritime School-validity 5 years)

Course Scope

– To obtain knowledge, understanding and skill as operator of radio communication in compliance

– with the provisions and performing the duties in according to STCW 2010 Chapter IV Section A-IV/2

– and the notification of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission (NBTC).

– The training course and examination for the GMDSS Restricted Operator’s should be conducted and

– passed.

Course Structure

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Theory

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Knowledge of the international rules, regulations and provisions concerning GMDSS system

Ability to use English language for radio communication in the GMDSS Systems

Knowledge of the basic features of the Marine Mobile Service

Knowledge and ability to use equipment of a ship station

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Practical

Main machinery and equipment

Principles of maintenance and problem solving practice.

Examination

Trainees should participate in theory and practical sessions not less than 80 percent of timetables.