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Obtaining Certificates and Endorsements From the Engineering Department

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Certificate of Competency a) Certificate of Competency - chief Engineer Officer b) Certificate of Competency - Second Engineer Officer c) Certificate of Competency - Officer in Charge of a Engineering Watch d) Certificate of Competency - Chief Engineer Officer limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW engaged on near coastal voyages. e) Certificate of Competency - Second Engineer Officer limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW engaged on near coastal voyages. f) Certificate of Competency - Officer in Charge of a Engineering Watch limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW engaged on near coastal voyages g) Rating Certificate - Rating Forming a part of an engine room watch Mandatory Minimum Requirements for Training and Qualifications of Marine Engineer Officers and Ratings in the Engine Department A. (1) Every candidate for the issue of Certificate of Competency as Chief Engineer Officer shall 1). Have completed not less than 18 months seagoing service on ships of propulsion power of 3000KW or more in a position of responsibility in the engine department while holding the Certificate of Competency as Second Engineer 2). Have completed an approved Management Training Program and 3). Pass an examination conduct by the Chief Examiner meeting the standard of competence specified in section A-111/2 in the STCW code for a Certificate of Competency as Chief Engineer (2) A certificate of competency as Chief Engineer Officer may be issued applicable to 1).Motor Ships when not less than 9 months seagoing service specified in paragraph (1).1 ) above has been spent on the main propulsion machinery of a motor ship and remaining period may have been spent on the main propulsion machinery of a steam ship or motor ship or on suitable auxiliary machinery of any ship or 2).Steam ships when not less than 9 months seagoing service specified in paragraph (1).1 ) above has been spent on boilers and main propulsion machinery of a steam ship and the remaining period may have been spent on the main propulsion machinery of a steam ship or motor ship or on suitable auxiliary machinery of any ship or 3) combined motor and steam ships when not less than 9 months seagoing service has been spent on boilers and main propulsion machinery of a steam ship and not less than 9 months seagoing service have been spent on the main propulsion machinery of a motor ship. B. (1) Every candidate for the issue of Certificate of Competency as Second Engineer Officer shall (a) Hold a certificate of Competency as officer in-charge of an engineering watch in a manned engine room or designated duty engineer in a periodically unmanned engine room ships of propulsion power of between 750KW or more; (b) have approved seagoing service as an officer in-charge of an engineering watch in a manned engine room or designated duty engineer in a periodically unmanned engine room on ships of propulsion power of between 750KW or more, for a period of not less than eighteen months; and (c) have completed approved education, training, examination and assessment meeting the standard of competence set out in section A –III/2 of the STCW Code and pass an examination conducted by Chief examiner meeting the standard of competence set out in section A-III/2 of the STCW Code for Certificate of Competency as second engineer Officer. (2) the Certificate of Competency may be issued as applicable to motor ships or steam ships depending on whether the candidate has completed the approved seagoing service specified in paragraph (1)(b) above on each of the motor ships and steam ships respectively. (3) Combined Certificate of Competency as applicable to motor and steam ships may be issued if the candidate has completed the required seagoing service specified in paragraph (1)(b) above on each of the motor ships and steam ships. C. (1) Every candidate for the issue of certificate of Competency as Officer in-charge of an engineering watch in a manned engine room or designated duty engineer in a periodically unmanned engine room on ships of propulsion power of 750KW or more shall: (a) be not less than 18 years of age on the date of commencement of the examination for the issue of certificate of competency; (b) have completed approved seagoing service of not less than twelve months in the engine department on ships of propulsion power of 750KW or more including six months of engine room watch keeping under the supervision of the chief engineer or other certificated engineer as part of an approved education training and assessment program of forty two months duration which meets the requirements set out in section A-III/I in the STCW Code and in which on-board training is documented in an approved record book; (c) produce documentary evidence of having successfully completed the approved training in personal safety and social responsibility (A-VI/1- 4 in the STCW Code), Proficiency in sea survival Craft and rescue boat (A-VI/2 – 1 in the STCW Code), advanced fire fighting (A-VI/3 in the STCW Code) and Medical First aid (A-VI/4 – 1 in the STCW Code) before he or she can be considered as having qualified for issue of the certificate of competency-officer in-charge of an engineering watch in a manned engine room or designated duty engineer in a periodically unmanned engine room on ships of propulsion power 750KW or more. (d) have completed approved education, training, examination and assessment meeting the standard of competence set out in section A –III/1 in the STCW Code for certificate of competency-officer in-charge of an engineering watch in a manned engine room or designated duty engineer in a periodically unmanned engine room on ships of propulsion power of between 750KW or more. (2) Candidates who have not satisfied the standard of competence set out in section A-III/1 in the STCW Code for the operation and maintenance of steam boilers shall be issued with a certificate of Competency which may not be valid for service on ships in which steam boilers form part of ship’s machinery until the engineer officer meets the required standard of competence. (3) The Certificate of Competency may be issued as applicable to motor ships or steam ships depending on whether the candidate has completed the approved seagoing service specified in regulation (1) (b) above, on motor ships or steam ships respectively. (4) Combined Certificate of Competency as applicable to motor and steam ships may be issued, if the candidate has completed the required seagoing service specified in regulation (1)(b) above, in each of the motor ships and steam ships. D. (1) Every candidate for the issue of Certificate of competency as Chief Engineer Officer on ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW engaged on near coastal voyages shall: (a) hold certificates of competency or an endorsement as second engineer officer on ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW engaged on near coastal voyages; (b) have completed approved seagoing service of not less than twelve months as an officer in-charge of as an engineering watch on international voyages or as a Second Engineer Officer on ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW engaged on near coastal voyages; (c) pass an examination conducted by the chief examiner meeting the standard of competency specified in section – A-III/3 in the STCW Code for Certificate of competency- Chief Engineer officer, limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW engaged on near coastal voyages. E. (1) Every candidate for the issue of Certificate of competency as a second engineer Officer on ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000 KW engaged on near coastal voyages shall: (a) hold a certificate of competency as officer in-charge of an engineering watch limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000 KW engaged on near coastal voyages; (b) have completed approved seagoing service as an officer in-charge of an engineering watch on ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000 KW for a period of not less than twelve months; and (c) have completed approved education, training, examination and assessment meeting the standard of competence specified in section A –III/2 in the STCW Code for chief Engineer Officer and second Engineer Officers on ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000 KW. F. (1) Every candidate for the Certificate of Competency as Officer-in-charge of an Engineering watch limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000 KW on near coastal voyages shall: (a) be not less than 18 years of age on the date of commencement of the examination for the issue of the certificate; (b) have completed: thirty months of training which includes onboard training duly documented in an approved training record book; not less than six months approved seagoing service in the engine department closely supervised and monitored by a certified engineer officer abroad the ship in which the seagoing service is performed, is adequately documented in an approved training record book; produce documentary evidence of having successfully completed approved training in Personal safety and social responsibility(A-VI/1-4 in STCW Code), Proficiency in survival Craft and rescue boats (A-VI/2-1 in STCW Code) Advanced fire fighting (A-VI/3 in STCW Code) and Medical first aid (A-VI/4-1 in STCW Code) before he or she can considered as having qualified for issue of the Certificate of Competency – Officer in charge of an engineering watch limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW on near coastal voyages; and (c) approved education, training, examination and assessment meeting the standard of competence specified in section A –III/I of the STCW Code as applicable for ships engaged on near coastal voyages; (2) candidates who have not satisfied the standard of competency specified in section A-III/1 of STCW Code for the operation and maintenance of steam boilers may be issued with a Certificate of Competency which shall not be valid for service on ships in which steam boilers form part of ship’s machinery until the engineer officer meets the required standard of competence. G (1) every candidate for the issue of Certificate as Rating forming part of an engineering watch on ships of propulsion power 750KW or more shall: a) not be less than 18years of age on the date of the commencement of the examination for the issue of the certificate; b) have completed: at least nine months training and experience relevant to engineering watch keeping as approved by the Chief examiner on vessels of propulsion power 750KW or more: or a period of approved sea going service of not less than 5 months on ships of 750KW or more and a period of approved special training of not less than two months; or not less than twelve months seagoing service on ships of propulsion power 750KW or more in a relevant capacity in the engine department during the period from 01.08.1993 to 01.08.1998, and Provided that those ratings who do not possess twelve months of sea service during preceding five years from the date of examination shall follow a special refresher Course as approved by the Chief Examiner. c) produce documentary evidence of having successfully completed the approved training in Personal Survival Techniques (A-VI/1-1 in STCW Code), fire prevention and fire fighting (A-VI/1-2 in STCW Code), Elementary First Aid (A-VI/1-3 in STCW Code) and Personal safety and social Responsibilities, (A-VI/1-4 in STCW Code), before he or she can be considered as having qualified for issue of the Certificate as rating forming a part of an engine room watch; and d) Meet the standard of competence specified in section A-III/4 of the STCW Code. Application Forms Application form for Eligibility and Exams can obtain from Merchant Shipping Division Repeat Exam Application form Fees for application form Rs. 100.00 Application should be submitted in working days during the working hours (8:30p.m. to 04:15p.m) Examination Fess for Examinations in Engineering Department (1) a) Chief Engineer Officer (Unlimited) -Rs.25,000.00 b) Second Engineer Officer (Unlimited) -Rs.20,000.00 c) Engineering watch Keeping Officer (Unlimited) -Rs.15,000.00 d) Chief Engineer Officer limited to ships of propulsion power of between750KW and 3000KW(NCV) -Rs.20,000.00 e) Second Engineer Officer limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW (NCV) -Rs.15,000.00 f) Officer in Charge of a Engineering Watch limited to ships of propulsion power of between 750KW and 3000KW (NCV) -Rs.10,000.00 g) Rating Forming a part of an engine room watch - Rs.1,000.00 Any part of the above examination to be repeated (1) Orals - Rs.5,000.00 (2) Signals - Rs.2,500.00 (3) Or any one subject 20% of the Examination Fee. (2) Assessment of sea service for a Certificate of Competency (1) For Sri Lanka National - Rs.2,000.00 (2) For Foreign National - $ 100.00 Time line On successfully completion of the examination process Documents Required Copy of Birth certificate Copy of National Identity Card Copy of Passport Copy of O/L and A/L Certificate Copy of CDC Medical Fitness Certificate(from medical practitioner approved by DGMS) Watch Keeping Certificate /Certificate of Competency (If applicable) Testimonials for Sea Service Copy of Short Courses Assessment of Sea Service Responsible Officers Position Name Telephone Fax E-Mail Examiner(Engineering) Mr.H.M.P.K.Herath +94 11 2441293 +94 11 2435160 dmsmos@sltnet.lk  Other Information Computation of Sea Service (1) The qualifying seagoing service specified for officers and ratings for any particular certificate of competency or endorsement shall be performed within a period of ten years preceding the date of commencement of the assessment of competency and shall include a period of 12 months sea service within the five years preceding the date of commencement of assessment of competency (2) service non trading vessels, tugs, dredgers, research vessels engaged in similar activities may be counted in full, if the time actually spent at sea constitutes or exceeds two-third of the total period of service on-board ship. if the actual sea going service falls below this proportion, one and a half times the actual sea going service may be counted as “qualifying seagoing service”. Candidates shall be required to produce, in addition to the evidence of sea service required of all candidates, a statement or certificate from the company and the master of the ships, setting out the amount of time actually spent at sea, with particular reference to at least six months watch keeping service under supervision (3) Where such service has been performed only on particular types of vessels specified in paragraph 2, their certificates may be restricted for service on such vessels only (4) Officers of the Sri Lanka Navy of the executive officer branch and marine engineering branch who intend to become holders of Certificates of Competency for near coastal voyages complying the requirements of the convention shall be required to complete approved relevant education, training, examination and assessment. Such candidates, existing experience, qualifications and certificates if any, shall form the basis for determining qualifying merchant ship sea going service, training and assessment as determined by Chief examiner (5) Except where otherwise stated, qualifying sea going service of marine engineer officers and engine room ratings means time spent on board ships from the date of engagement to the date of discharge on ships with propelling machinery and or auxiliary machinery in full use subject to paragraph (6) below (6) When part of the service has been performed on ships which, for considerable periods have not been underway, a statement from the Master of the ship shall be produced stating the time in days actually underway. In such circumstances qualifying sea going service may be counted as one and half times the actual number of days spent underway, and in no case can it exceed the actual time spent on board during the period concerned. (7) Sea going service performed by engineer officers employed in work practices on ships operated on other than the traditional watch keeping routine, may be accepted as qualifying sea going service, if the Chief Examiner concerned is satisfied that such work practices provide equivalent experience.


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Director General's Office of Merchant Shipping

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