International Course Info
Develop the practical skills and knowledge required to work as an engineer watchkeeper on board ocean-going vessels.You will learn to maintain a safe engineering watch and to perform various tasks in relation to shipboard plant and equipment checking, maintenance, repairs and shipboard fabrication and repair operations while ensuring that procedures of operational quality and personal safety are observed. You will learn to operate alternators, generators and controls systems to supply shipboard electrical power, pumping systems main, auxiliary machinery, steam propulsion plant and associated control systems.
For further information regarding Deck Officers courses: https://www.amsa.gov.au/vessels-operators/regulations-and-standards-vessels/marine-order-71-masters-and-deck-officers
For further information regarding Engineer Officers courses: https://www.amsa.gov.au/vessels-operators/regulations-and-standards-vessels/marine-order-72-engineer-officers
Subject area: Marine Engineering
|Newcastle||Total course fee: A$12,470||Enrol: Feb , Jul|
|Newcastle||Total course fee: A$12,840||Enrol: Feb , Jul|
COURSE STRUCTURE AND UNITS
To receive the Diploma of Maritime Operations ( Engineer Watchkeeper) students must complete all core units and, if available, a range of additional units.
Note: Additional units contain compulsory and elective units which may vary between each semester and campus, and will depend on a number of considerations including the packaging rules for the qualification and demand for the unit.CORE UNITS ADDITIONAL UNITS
Course fees and duration can vary based on the Institute you want to study at, the entry requirements for the course, and the year you will begin study.
Additional costs for uniforms, equipment, textbooks and materials (if applicable) range from A$300 - $1,000 per course.