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  • The minimum requirement for the trainee is to hold a Certificate of Competency (STCW Regulation II/1 - II/2 - II/3 Deck & Regulation III/1 - III/2 - III/3 Engine) as a Deck/Engine/Electrical Officer issued by any Flag State Administration. Note: 1. Engineers & Electrical Officers can apply for a NI DPO License only on completion of the other phases of the Training Scheme as DP watch-Keeping Officers. 2. Deck Cadets will be allowed to attend this course if they can provide satisfactory evidence of working towards a Deck Officers Certificate of Competency. Cadets can now do Phase A, B and C and then wait for STCW Cert to complete the rest of the time (Phase D)


  • The DP courses are offered on the latest Kongsberg simulator K-Sim DP Class B simulator and K-Pos Class C simulator. Accredited by Nautical Institute, UK. Scope of the Course : The Dynamic Positioning Induction course, meets, in general, the requirements of STCW Guidelines, IMO circular MSC/738, IMCA guidelines as per IMCA circular M 117 and in particular the Course Objectives as per Nautical Institute Circular Accreditation of Dynamic Positioning Training (DPACCSTD-v1.01-Jan 2017). The scope of this course is to provide prospective DP Operators with introductory training on the theory and practice of Dynamic Positioning that fulfils the requirements of Phase A of the Nautical Institute Scheme which follows the recommendations contained in the IMO codes and the IMCA guidelines. Mindful of the fact that the course is targeted mainly towards beginners to the Off-shore industry, the trainees will be also introduced to the basic function and operations of various vessels in the Off-shore industry. The trainees will be familiarized with different facilities using D.P systems and their typical functional abilities Assessment : The Nautical Institute has in place an On-Line Examination process for the assessment of the Trainees. The training centre shall facilitate the conduct of the on-line examination for all the trainees who have satisfied the Attendance criteria. The assessment of the trainees shall be based on the outcome of the on-line examination. The on-line system is as per the Nautical Institute Circular - D.P. Examination System for Accredited D.P. Training Centres by Nautical training Institute (version 3.01). Candidates are permitted 3 attempts as follows: - First Attempt on the same day as the completion of the course at HIMT OFFSHORE - Second Attempt within 24 hours of the completion of the first attempt at HIMT OFFSHORE - Third attempt within 6 months of completion of the first attempt at any training centre. - Candidates failing in the on-line exam on the third attempt have to repeat the course. Certification & Nautical Institute Logbook : Candidates satisfying the attendance criteria and passing the N.I. on-line examination shall be considered to have successfully completed the course. They shall be issued with a course completion certificate and the Nautical Institute Logbook. Candidates unable to pass the on-line exam shall only be issued with a Course Attendance Certificate. No N.I. Logbook shall be issued until the candidate passes the on-line exam. Non DGS Approved Course. Demand Draft drawn in favour of "HIMT OFFSHORE" payable at Chennai Course fees is Inclusive of GST.