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Posted By Apprenticeships Directory on 24/07/2019 in Apprenticeship Sector News Stories

Able seafarer (deck) L2 Results - EPA Organisations

Able seafarer (deck) L2 Results - EPA Organisations

Able seafarer (deck) L2 

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Assessment Plan Able Seafarer (Deck) – Assessment Plan

The final decision about whether or not a candidate satisfies all the requirements to be an Able Seafarer (Deck), including competence, lies exclusively with the Maritime and Coastguard Agency(MCA), the national regulator. The end-point assessment for candidates following the apprenticeship route lies within the Certificate in Maritime Studies: Able Seafarer (Deck).To complete their apprenticeship and to get MCA certification as an Able Seafarer (Deck) candidates need to supply the Maritime and Coastguard Agency with evidence of all of the following: 1• proof of age (candidates need to be 18 to apply to be an Able Seafarer)• a Watch Rating Certificate and EDH certificate• a Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boat• medical fitness (form ENG1)• they have completed at least 14 months sea-going service in the deck department, with approved training (i.e. this apprenticeship).• a completed Merchant Navy Training Board Training Record Book for Able Seafarer (Deck).To get to that stage, candidates must have completed each of these stages in turn: click here for full assessment plan

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