TAFE NSW
RTO90006 | CRICOS00591E
HomeRecognitionCredit TransferAbout usContact us
1300 766 123
 
Course Search
Search term/text:  
Career area:  
Study area:  
Qualification:  
Study location:  
Attendance mode:  
Semester:  
Course type:  
Study mode:  
   
Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal) - Certificate II (MAR20313-01V01)
Course brochure: Click here for a PDF copy of the course Print/Download PDF    Click here to e-mail me the course details e-Mail me
Career area: Transport 
Study area: Maritime Engineering and Technology 
National code: MAR20313  (Nationally Recognised Training)
Locations:
Location  Attendance  Duration  Commencing  Attendance days 
Moruya  Part Time Evening  31 Weeks 23-Jul-2018  Mon, Wed 
Nowra  Part Time Evening  29 Weeks 24-Jul-2018  Tue, Thu 
Shellharbour  Part Time Evening  36 Weeks 23-Jul-2018  Mon, Wed, Sat 
Features: Traineeships, School trainees, TVET 
Description: This qualification is suitable for people who work as a Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal in the maritime industry and:
- Command a commercial marine vessel that is up to 12 metres in length with propulsion power that is unlimited for an outboard engine or up to 500 kw for an inboard engine;
- Carry passengers on a vessel for inshore or as a tender or auxiliary vessel within 3 nautical miles (nm) of a parent vessel within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ). 
Other requirements: Although there are no academic entry requirements to enrol in this TAFE qualification, there are other requirements that you must satisfy in order to obtain the AMSA Certificate of Competency (license) which will enable you to apply for work in the Maritime Industry. Students need to be aware that for some qualifications there may be a pathway prerequisite to achieve the AMSA Certificate of Competency (licensing).

Other requirements may include: be at least 16 years of age, holding a current First Aid certificate, holding a marine Radio Operators Certificate, satisfactory completion of an eyesight and medical test as well as satisfying sea service requirements. Please see the AMSA website Domestic Commercial Vessels - Seafarers and Qualifications information at www.amsa.gov.au for further information. 
Entry requirements: There are no entry requirements for this qualification. 
Learning pathways: MARSS00001 Coxswain Grade 1 and Grade 2 Skill Set. 
Career opportunities: As a Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal in the maritime industry. 
Support for students: TAFE NSW has a range of support services available including support for students with disabilities, extensive library and information services, career advice and counselling, children's centres and support for multicultural or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. No matter what your circumstances are, TAFE NSW can assist you in many ways. 
Course availability
Location: Moruya
Location brochure: Click here for a PDF copy of the course at Moruya Print/Download PDF    Click here to e-mail me the course details e-Mail me
Offering name: Certificate II in Maritime Operations 
Offering code: 18MRY-009 
Attendance mode: Part Time Evening 
Study mode: Course-Mixed Mode 
Duration: 31 Weeks
Scheduled attendance: Monday and Wednesday 6:00pm to 9.00pm, Block: F Floor: Ground Room: 4 Moruya Campus. 
Hours per week:
Starting from: 23 July 2018 
Times: 6:00pm to 9:00pm
About: Date: Commencing Monday 23 July 2018 (2 nights per week, Tuesday and Thursday for 1 year). There are some Saturdays throughout the year required for practicals.
Time: 18:00 to 21:00 Location: Building F, Ground Floor, Room 4. Moruya Campus.

Enrolment fee does not cover Student Texts and Navigation Materials. Students will need to purchase these, approximate cost $300.00.
You will need the following resources for this course:
Australian Boating Manual, 5th Edition by Captain Dick Gandy.
Navigational Instruments:
Parallel Rule 45 cm (Capt. Fields Pattern), Dividers 20 cm, Pencil Compass, One Admiralty Chart AUS 252-2001 version or later, Chart BA 5011 (this is a book on chart symbols), 2B Pencils, erasers and sharpener, calculator.

Your learning commitment (known as the volume of learning for this qualification) is a minimum of 600 hours. This includes approximately 200 of face to face training. You will need to allocate the remaining hours to engage in a range of activities to support your learning which may include;

- Independent study
- Work placement or simulated workplace activities
- Research
- Field/industry visits
- Tutorials
- Learning support

Required student skills: This is a Certificate II level course. Skills to study effectively include reading and writing to interpret information, the ability to work a team, receive and act on instructions and communicate with others.

Learner Support: If you think you might need help with choosing, enrolling in or completing your course check out TAFE Illawarra’s support-for-learners website. You’ll be able to complete self-assessment checklists, find specialist information and locate the contact details of staff to help with your individual needs.
Applying and enrolling: Before you enrol you must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). If you don’t already have a USI, you can easily create one at https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi. Once you have your USI, you can add TAFE Illawarra to your USI account via the Manager Permissions page on the USI website. You will need to enter these details when adding us: code: 90006, name: TAFE NSW - Illawarra Institute. You can find out more about applying and enrolling at: http://www.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au/course-and-careers/applying-and-enroling



Smart and Skilled: This training is subsidised by the NSW Government
(TAFE NSW - Provider Code: 90006)

The cost of this course will vary based on your eligibility for a Smart and Skilled Student Fee. Eligibility criteria can be found on the Smart and Skilled website or you can call us on 1300 766 123 for further information and advice.
Course fees:
Description Amount
First qualification $1,010
Second qualification $1,210
Concession $160
Exemption $0
Course Fee $5,470
Smart and Skilled Trainee $1,000
Full Fee $5,470
Comments: Date: Commencing Monday 23 July 2018 (2 nights per week, Monday and Wednesday for 1 year). There are some Saturdays throughout the year required for practicals.
Time: 18:00 to 21:00

Location: Building F, Ground Floor, Room 4. Moruya Campus.

Enrolment fee does not cover Student Texts and Navigation Materials. Students will need to purchase these, approximate cost $300.00.

You will need the following resources for this course:
Australian Boating Manual, 5th Edition by Captain Dick Gandy.
Navigational Instruments:
Parallel Rule 45 cm (Capt. Fields Pattern), Dividers 20 cm, Pencil Compass, One Admiralty Chart AUS 252-2001 version or later, Chart BA 5011 (this is a book on chart symbols), 2B Pencils, erasers and sharpener, calculator.

Recognition is the process by which you can demonstrate you already have the skills or competencies taught in a unit or qualification. It is the recognition of the skills, knowledge and experience you have gained through previous studies, work and life in general. Put simply, it means if you can demonstrate you already have the skills and experience you can complete partial or a whole qualification without needing to attend classes.

There are two types of Recognition:
• Credit Transfer, which allows you to receive credit for unit/s of competency previously successfully completed.
• Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), which is an assessment process of your previous skills, knowledge and experience to meet the requirements of the course you are enrolled.

You can apply for recognition online: http://search.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au/recognition/ or for more information visit www.tafeillawarra.edu.au/getrecognised or email illawarra.recognition@tafensw.edu.au 
Contact: For further information contact Customer Service Centre Information on 1300 766 123
Location: Nowra
Location brochure: Click here for a PDF copy of the course at Nowra Print/Download PDF    Click here to e-mail me the course details e-Mail me
Offering name: Certificate II in Maritime Operations 
Offering code: 18NWR-007 
Attendance mode: Part Time Evening 
Study mode: Course-Classroom 
Duration: 29 Weeks
Scheduled attendance: Day/s: Tuesday and Thursday Time: 6:00pm Block L Floor: G Room 3 
Hours per week:
Starting from: 24 July 2018 
Times: 6:00pm to 9:00pm
About: Date: Commencing Tuesday 24 July 2018 (2 nights per week, Tuesday and Thursday). There are some Saturdays required throughout the year for practicals.
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm Location: Building L, Ground floor, Room 3 at TAFE NSW Nowra

Enrolment fee does not cover Student Texts and Navigation Materials. Students will need to purchase these, cost $300.00.

You will need the following resources for this course:
- Australian Boating Manual, 5th Edition by Captain Dick Gandy.
Navigational Instruments:
- Parallel Rule 45 cm (Capt. Fields Pattern),
- Dividers 20 cm,
- Pencil Compass,
- One Admiralty Chart AUS 252-2001 version or later,
- Chart BA 5011 (this is a book on chart symbols),
- 2B Pencils, erasers and sharpener, calculator.

Your learning commitment (known as the volume of learning for this qualification) is a minimum of 420 hours. This includes approximately 180 of face to face training. You will need to allocate the remaining hours to engage in a range of activities to support your learning which may include;
- Independent study
- Work placement or simulated workplace activities
- Research
- Field/industry visits
- Tutorials
- Learning support

Required student skills This is a Certificate II level course. Skills to study effectively include reading and writing to interpret information, the ability to work a team, receive and act on instructions and communicate with others.

If you think you might need help with choosing, enrolling in or completing your course check out TAFE Illawarra’s support-for-learners website. You’ll be able to complete self-assessment checklists, find specialist information and locate the contact details of staff to help with your individual needs.
Applying and enrolling: Before you enrol you must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). If you don’t already have a USI, you can easily create one at https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi. Once you have your USI, you can add TAFE Illawarra to your USI account via the Manager Permissions page on the USI website. You will need to enter these details when adding us: code: 90006, name: TAFE NSW - Illawarra Institute. You can find out more about applying and enrolling at: http://www.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au/course-and-careers/applying-and-enroling



Smart and Skilled: This training is subsidised by the NSW Government
(TAFE NSW - Provider Code: 90006)

The cost of this course will vary based on your eligibility for a Smart and Skilled Student Fee. Eligibility criteria can be found on the Smart and Skilled website or you can call us on 1300 766 123 for further information and advice.
Course fees:
Description Amount
First qualification $1,010
Second qualification $1,210
Concession $160
Exemption $0
Course Fee $5,470
Smart and Skilled Trainee $1,000
Full Fee $5,470
Comments: Date: Commencing Tuesday 24 July 2018 (2 nights per week, Tuesday and Thursday). There are some Saturdays required throughout the year for practicals.
Time: 6pm-9pm Location: Building L, Ground floor, Room 3 at TAFE NSW Nowra

Enrolment fee does not cover Student Texts and Navigation Materials. Students will need to purchase these, cost $300.00.

You will need the following resources for this course:
- Australian Boating Manual, 5th Edition by Captain Dick Gandy.
Navigational Instruments:
- Parallel Rule 45 cm (Capt. Fields Pattern),
- Dividers 20 cm,
- Pencil Compass,
- One Admiralty Chart AUS 252-2001 version or later,
- Chart BA 5011 (this is a book on chart symbols),
- 2B Pencils, erasers and sharpener, calculator.

Recognition is the process by which you can demonstrate you already have the skills or competencies taught in a unit or qualification. It is the recognition of the skills, knowledge and experience you have gained through previous studies, work and life in general. Put simply, it means if you can demonstrate you already have the skills and experience you can complete partial or a whole qualification without needing to attend classes.

There are two types of Recognition:
• Credit Transfer, which allows you to receive credit for unit/s of competency previously successfully completed.
• Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), which is an assessment process of your previous skills, knowledge and experience to meet the requirements of the course you are enrolled.

You can apply for recognition online: http://search.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au/recognition/ or for more information visit www.tafeillawarra.edu.au/getrecognised or email illawarra.recognition@tafensw.edu.au 
Contact: For further information contact Customer Service Centre Information on 1300 766 123
Location: Shellharbour
Location brochure: Click here for a PDF copy of the course at Shellharbour Print/Download PDF    Click here to e-mail me the course details e-Mail me
Offering name: Certificate II in Maritime Operations 
Offering code: 18SHB-008 
Attendance mode: Part Time Evening 
Study mode: Course-Classroom 
Duration: 36 Weeks
Scheduled attendance: 23 July 2018 - 3 July 2019, 2 nights per week (Monday and Wednesday), 6.00pm - 9.00pm in Block B, First Floor, Room 10 at TAFE NSW Shellharbour. There are some Saturdays throughout the year required for practicals 
Hours per week:
Starting from: 23 July 2018 
About: Date: Commencing Monday 23 July 2018
Time: 6.00pm-9.00pm Location: Building B, First floor, Room 10 at TAFE NSW Shellharbour

Enrolment fee does not cover Student Texts and Navigation Materials. Students will need to purchase these, approximate cost $300.00

You will need the following resources for this course:

Australian Boating Manual, 5th Edition by Captain Dick Gandy.

Navigational Instruments:
Parallel Rule 45 cm (Capt. Fields Pattern), Dividers 20 cm, Pencil Compass, One Admiralty Chart AUS 252-2001 version or later, Chart BA 5011 (this is a book on chart symbols), 2B Pencils, erasers and sharpener, calculator.

Your learning commitment (known as the volume of learning for this qualification) is a minimum of 420 hours. This includes approximately 180 of face to face training. You will need to allocate the remaining hours to engage in a range of activities to support your learning which may include;
- Independent study
- Work placement or simulated workplace activities
- Research
- Field/industry visits
- Tutorials
- Learning support

Required student skills: This is a Certificate II level course. Skills to study effectively include reading and writing to interpret information, the ability to work a team, receive and act on instructions and communicate with others.

If you think you might need help with choosing, enrolling in or completing your course check out TAFE Illawarra’s support-for-learners website. You’ll be able to complete self-assessment checklists, find specialist information and locate the contact details of staff to help with your individual needs.

This qualification consists of twelve (12) core units.

This qualification is suitable for people who work as a Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal in the maritime industry and:

- command a commercial marine vessel:
- up to 12 metres in length
- with propulsion power that is unlimited for an outboard engine or up to 500 kW for an inboard engine

- carry passengers on this vessel:
- inshore or
- as a tender or auxiliary vessel within 3 nautical miles (nm) of a parent vessel within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

Licensing/Regulatory Information This level of qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal as defined by the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) Part D.

Certification will require achievement of the MAR20313 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal), qualifying sea service and completed Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) approved task book or qualifying sea service, AMSA final assessment, an appropriate radio certificate of proficiency and an AMSA approved first aid certificate; people seeking certification should check with AMSA.
Applying and enrolling: Before you enrol you must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). If you don’t already have a USI, you can easily create one at https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi. Once you have your USI, you can add TAFE Illawarra to your USI account via the Manager Permissions page on the USI website. You will need to enter these details when adding us: code: 90006, name: TAFE NSW - Illawarra Institute. You can find out more about applying and enrolling at: http://www.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au/course-and-careers/applying-and-enroling



Smart and Skilled: This training is subsidised by the NSW Government
(TAFE NSW - Provider Code: 90006)

The cost of this course will vary based on your eligibility for a Smart and Skilled Student Fee. Eligibility criteria can be found on the Smart and Skilled website or you can call us on 1300 766 123 for further information and advice.
Course fees:
Description Amount
First qualification $1,010
Second qualification $1,210
Concession $160
Exemption $0
Full Fee $5,470
Smart and Skilled Trainee $1,000
Comments: 23 July 2018 - 3 July 2019, 2 nights per week (Monday and Wednesday), 6.00pm - 9.00pm in Block B, First Floor, Room 10 at TAFE NSW Shellharbour. There are some Saturdays required throughout the year for practicals

Enrolment fee does not cover Student Texts and Navigation Materials. Students will need to purchase these at a cost of $300.00.

You will need the following resources for this course:

Australian Boating Manual, 5th Edition by Captain Dick Gandy.

Navigational Instruments:
Parallel Rule 45 cm (Capt. Fields Pattern), Dividers 20 cm, Pencil Compass, One Admiralty Chart AUS 252-2001 version or later, Chart BA 5011 (this is a book on chart symbols), 2B Pencils, erasers and sharpener, calculator.

Recognition is the process by which you can demonstrate you already have the skills or competencies taught in a unit or qualification. It is the recognition of the skills, knowledge and experience you have gained through previous studies, work and life in general. Put simply, it means if you can demonstrate you already have the skills and experience you can complete partial or a whole qualification without needing to attend classes.

There are two types of Recognition:
- Credit Transfer, which allows you to receive credit for unit/s of competency previously successfully completed.
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), which is an assessment process of your previous skills, knowledge and experience to meet the requirements of the course you are enrolled.

You can apply for recognition online: http://search.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au/recognition/ or for more information visit www.tafeillawarra.edu.au/getrecognised or email illawarra.recognition@tafensw.edu.au 
Contact: For further information contact Customer Service Centre Information on 1300 766 123