Transport and Distribution (Marine Engine Driving - Grade 3)
QualificationCertificate II (NRT) Course number
National CodeTDM20207Training PackageTDM07 -
Transport and Automotive
Duration (nominal hours)183This course replaced
8167 - Transport and Distribution (Marine Engine Driving)
This course is for people wanting to work as Marine Engine Driver Grade 3
on board commercial vessels with engines up to 250kW operating offshore
and/or 500kW operating inshore. You will learn how to take charge of the
machinery aboard a seagoing vessel where the main propulsion machinery
does not exceed 500kW.
Evidence of sea time/service on board a vessel will be required to obtain a
Certificate of Competency from the state regulatory authority.
Engine Driver Grade 3 (MED 3).
The next career step for a person with this qualification is to become a Marine
Engine Driver Grade 2 (MED 2).
When you finish this course you may apply for advanced standing in
TDM30207 Certificate III in Transport and Distribution (Marine Engine
Driving - Grade 2) (17456).
The training package TDM07 does not specify any entry requirements.
The course structure below shows what you must do to complete this course.
units/modules are arranged in groups and sometimes also in subgroups.
You must complete each group as specified as well as following the course
completion instructions. If a course contains optional groups there will
statement at the top of the course indicating how many you must do. At the
top of any group containing optional subgroups there will be a statement
saying how many you must do.
The packaging rules for TDM20207 Certificate II in Transport and
Distribution (Marine Engine Driving - Grade 3) from the TDM07 Maritime
Training Package version 1.0 require successful completion of sixteen
mandatory units of competency relating to equipment checking and
maintenance, communication, operational quality and safety, equipment and
systems operations and environment Additional units may be included in the
specific needs beyond the minimum mandatory requirements.
The TAFE NSW course 17455 Certificate II in Transport and Distribution
(Marine Engine Driving - Grade 3) contains the following course structure:
Group 1 - Mandatory units
Group 1 is core and contains sixteen mandatory units of competency. All
units in this group must be successfully completed.
Unit TDMMF1007B - Provide elementary first aid included in the core group,
consistent with competency requirements set for the St John Ambulance
National Senior Level First Aid Certificate or Level 2 First Aid
Certificate. However, this unit does not meet WorkCover NSW requirements
for a Senior First Aid Certificate. Learners will also need to enrol in,
and successfully complete, the module 3223A Senior first aid in Group 2
(Enrichment group) to be eligible to receive the WorkCover approved Senior
Group 2 - Optional additional units
Group 2 is enrichment and contains relevant units from this or other
Training Packages which may be included in the qualification to satisfy
specific additional needs beyond the minimum mandatory requirements. This
group is not required for course completion. This group also contains the
module 3223A. To receive the WorkCover approved Senior First Aid
Certificate learners will need to enrol in, and successfully complete, the
in this group and receive the unit TDMMF1007B by advanced standing.
Please note: These units do not contribute towards completion.
Inclusion of Additional Units of Competency
The teaching section should contact the program manager if a request is
received from an industry group to include a specific unit of competency
that is not already in the course or if a learner is seeking recognition
of a unit of competency achieved at an RTO other than TAFE that is not in
the course structure. If the requested unit of competency meets the
Training Package qualification rules it will be included in the course
structure in an appropriate group for delivery or recognition.
Note: None of the units of competency in the Maritime Training Package have
either pre-requisite or co-requisite requirements. Where units of
competency are included from another Training Package, Registered Training
check www.training.gov.au or contact the Industry Skills Council
responsible for the Training Package to check if the unit has any pre
requisite or co requisite requirements.
TAFE NSW learners who require additional support to meet their learning
goals can co-enrol in the TAFE NSW Statement of Attainment in Learner
Support (9999). This course replaces the module Tutorial Support 8999A.
Group 1 MANDATORY UNITS
All module/units must be completed