The standards that have to be met by seafarers at this level are defined in part A of the STCW code, in the standards of Training, certification and watch keeping, for seafarers convention, as amended in 2010.
This course covers the minimum standard of competence for Electro- Technical Officer, on a seagoing ship powered by main propulsion machinery of more than 750 KW – STCW, Sec. A. (Reg III/6).
It sets out the education and training required to achieve the following functions at the operational level:-
- Electrical, electronic and control engineering at the operational level.
- Maintenance and repair at the operational level.
- Controlling the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the operational level.
About Jordan Academy for Maritime Studies
Jordan Academy for Maritime Studies (JAMS) is a private institution. It started its first academic year in 2004. The Academy campus lies on a lot of 4000 square meters located in Abu Nusair, one of the charming places of Amman, the capital of Jordan, and 35 km from Queen Alia International Airport.
The idea of establishing this Institution, as the first of its type in the region, came into existence due to the high number of students who study abroad, and who spend large amount of hard currency as costs of their studies on the maritime sciences, as will as the provision of the local market with the required number of skilled and qualified personnel.
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