INDONESIA

 

AUTHORITY RESPONSIBLE FOR MARITIME EDUCATION / TRAINING

 

SEA COMMUNICATION EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Jl. Merdeka Timur No. 5

Jakarta Pusat 10110, Indonesia

Telephone: (62-21) 3483 0763 / 64

Facsimile:   (62-21) 348 30762                  

 

AUTHORITY RESPONSIBLE FOR ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES

 

DIRECTORATE OF MARITIME SAFETY

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION

Gedung Karya Lt 12

Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No. 8

Jakarta Pusat 10110, Indonesia

Telephone: (62-21) 350 2194

Facsimile:   (62-21) 350 5681             

 

MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING

 

BALAI PENDIDIKAN DAN LATIHAN PELAYARAN

Singosari Street Semarang 50252 Central Java, Indonesia

Contact Person: Capt. Arso Martopo  

 

Types of Training and Number of Students

-         Maritime Navigation: 463 + 433 (Sea Project)

-         Marine Engineering: 461 + 495 (Sea Project)

-         Shipping & Port Administration: 53

-         Total: 1,905

 

A.  INSTRUCTOR

 

NO

NUMBER

QUALIFICATION

1.

11

MPB-I/Strata B

2.

4

MPB-I

3.

1

Ahli Tehnik Pelayaran

4.

7

AMK-C/ATT-I Level

5.

5

MPB II/Strata B

6.

7

MPB II

7.

9

AMK B/ Strata B

8.

5

MPB III / Strata A

9.

2

AMK A/ Strata A

 

B.  ACADEMIC STAFF

 

NO

NUMBER

QUALIFICATION

1.

1

Chief Training Course / Level III/B

2.

3

Chief of Sub-Administration / IV/B

3.

9

Staff of Chief Sub-Administration / V/ B

4.

203

Administration Staff / Technician

 

C.  TRAINING AND FACILITIES EQUIPMENT

 

P      Engine Room Simulator

P      Radar Simulator

P      ARPA Simulator

P      Electronic Navigation Laboratory

P      Seamanship Laboratory

P      Refrigeration Laboratory

P      Auto Control Laboratory

P      Electronic Laboratory

P      Computer Laboratory

P      Physics Laboratory

P      Fire Fighting Training Facilities

P      Survival Training Facilities

P      Engineering Workshop

P      Diesel Power Plant / Workshop

 

D.  COURSES AND COMPREHENSIVENESS OF THE CURRICULUM  

 

      i.          Courses for Certificates of Competence

 

Course

Duration

Graduated per annum

IMO model Course Applied or other

OOW * for deck

4 years

100 persons

7.01 & 7.02

OOW for engine

4 years

100 persons

7.02 & 7.04

* OOW = Officer of watchkeeping

 

      ii.         Safety

 

Courses

Duration (d) *

Graduates per up to July 01

IMO model course applied or other

Seafarers familiarization

hrs

   

Basic Safety Training

75 hrs

11.824

 

Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue boat

40 hrs

2.451

 

GOC for GMDSS

132 hrs

1.120

 

ROC for GMDSS

hrs

263

 

Advanced Fire Fighting

31 hrs

2.760

 

Proficiency in Medical First Aid

21 hrs

2.054

 

Medical Care onboard

40 hrs

1.976

 

Radar and ARPA

63 hrs

2.676

 

Other

     

*d = days

 

      iii.  Special Safety Training

 

P      DO W/K Cert. Program

P      EO W/K Cert. Program

P      DO Certs. Upgrading Program

P      EO Certs. Upgrarding Program

P      Basic Fire Fighting

P      Personal Survival

P      Radar Obs. And Plotting

P      Radar Simulator

P      ARPA Simulator

P      Medical Emergency Basic Training

P      Others

 

iv.  Entry Requirements

            Native Language:    Indonesia 

 

      v.   Course Delivery

 

Methods

Deck Rating

OOW for Deck

Chief Mate

Master

Engine room rating

OOW for Engine

2nd

Engineer

Chief Engineer

Lectures

 

v

     

v

   

Tutorial

 

v

     

v

   

Workshops or labs

 

v

     

v

   

Simulators

 

v

     

v

   

CAL *

 

v

     

v

   

OTIS **

 

v

     

v

   

* CAL  = Computer Assisted Learning

* OTIS = Onboard Training In Service

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

vi.    Compatibility of Syllabus of the Knowledge, Understanding and Competency to

      the STCW 78 / 95

 

P      Deck Watchkeeper / Chief Mate / Master

 

Functional compliance
with STCW requirements

Deck Watchkeeper

Chief mater / Master

Navigation’s

v

 

Cargo handling and stowage

v

 

Controlling the operation of the ship and care for persons

v

 

 

P      Engineer Watchkeeper / 2nd Engineer / Chief Engineer

 

Functional compliance
with STCW requirements

Engineer watchkeeper

2nd / chief engineer

Marine Engineering

v

 

Electrical. Electronic & control engineering

v

 

Maintenance & repair

v

 

Controlling the operation of the ship and care for persons

v

 

 

 

P      Compliance with STCW Requirements for Special Courses and Mandatory Short Courses

 

Tanker Familiarization 

                                           v

Oil tanker operation                                                v

Basic Safety Training                                               v

Elementary First Aid                                                v

Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue boat             v

Advanced fire fighting                                              v

Proficiency in medical first aid                                 v

Persons in charge of medical care on board               v

 

 

P      Compliance with STCW Requirement for the GMDSS Radio Operators

-         Radio communication at operational level

 

P      Compliance with STCW Requirements for the Rating Forming Part of Navigational / Engine Room Watch

-     Navigation / Marine Engineering

 

P      Assessment criteria and procedures

                        -     National standard approved by the education authority                                        

-         National standard approved by the maritime safety administration                        

-         Examination conducted by the maritime institution and approved by the authority

-         Examinations conducted by the authority, or an organization recognized by the authority      

 

P      Method Paper Test

-         Practical Assessment

-         Assignment

-         Aural& Oral Test

-         Simulator

 

P      Frequency of Paper Test

                        -           Each semester      

 

P      Provision for courses evaluation

-     Evaluation criteria available

                        -     Frequency: Every year

 

P      Examination System on board training arrangement

-     Authority Maritime Safety Administration

            -     Programs are approve by the authority

-         Training conducted by the institutions and shipping companies

-         Training record books (TRB) have to be approved by the institutions

-         Type of TRB : IMO TRB

-          The monitoring is conducted by the institution.

 

E.   COURSES TYPE AND VARIETY

 

            i.          Levels of Maritime Institutions: College/Academy

            ii.         Types of Courses Offered:

-         Short Course

-         Course for diploma at a middle level of the education and training

-         Courses for a Bachelor Degree (Undergraduate)

 

F.   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF TRAINER / INSTRUCTORS AND EXAMINERS

 

      i.          Academic Background ( percentage of the whole academic staff )

 

P      Doctor degree: less than 10 % 

P      Master degree: between 20%-50%

P      Bachelor degree: between 30%-50%

P      Higher national diploma: between 30%-50%

 

      ii.         Maritime qualification

 

P      Levels of certificates of competence

-     Master: over 30 %                   

                  -     Chief mate: over 30 %             

                  -     Chief Engineer: over 30 %       

                  -     Second Engineer: less than 30 %          

 

P      Sea Experience

-                     4 years

 

G.  QUALITY STANDARD SYSTEM

     

      i.    Certificate Issuing Procedure: ISO system

 

      ii.   Conduct of Eternal evaluation for Quality Standards System

 

P      Conducted by Maritime authority or approved agency every five years.

 

      iii.  Issue of Certificates (unlimited certificate only )

 

      iv.  Issue of Special Certificates or Endorsements

 

Training course

Issue certificate or endorsements

Approved training

Authority training

Recognized examinations

Oral examinations

Familiarization and Basic Safety

11.824

       

Radar and ARPA

2.676

       

Proficiency in Survival craft and rescue boats

2.451

       

Advanced fire fighting

2.760

       

Proficiency in medical first aid

2.054

       

Medical care on board

1.976

       

Safe operation tanker

4.537

       

GMDS-SOC

1.120 / 263