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    were can I find information on the STCW code section A II/3
    operation level

    200 ton mate international assessments, and can they be done on a simulator??

    uscg web site is of little help in this unless someone can point out a link that I missed
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    were can I find information on the STCW code section A II/3 operation level 200 ton mate international assessments, and can they be done on a simulator?? uscg web site is of little help in this unless someone can point out a link that I missed
    I don't think there are any.

    STCW only applies to Mariners employed on vessels greater than 200 Gross Register Tons (Domestic Tonnage), or 500 Gross Tons (ITC Tonnage), operating seaward of the boundary lines specified in Title 46 CFR Part 7.
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    Mate 200 ton international

    http://www.uscg.mil/nmc/checklists/M..._Checklist.pdf

    COMPETENCY ASSESSMENTS:
    Yes, see attached checklist.
    STCW Code section a II/3



    Rev.12/2002
    Number Task
    OICNW-1-1A Adjust a sextant
    OICNW-1-1B Measure the altitude of the sun
    OICNW-1-1C Measure the altitude of at least 3 stars
    OICNW-1-1D Measure the altitude of the sun at meridian passage
    OICNW-1-1E Celestial running fix
    OICNW-1-1F Star fix
    OICNW-1-2A Fix by two bearings
    OICNW-1-2B Fix by two ranges
    OICNW-1-2C Fix by tangents to two identified objects
    OICNW-1-2D Plot the ship’s DR position
    OICNW-1-2E Determine the course to steer
    OICNW-1-3A Correction of charts and publications
    OICNW-1-3B Chart selection
    OICNW-1-3C Route planning
    OICNW-1-4A Position fix by GPS
    OICNW-1-4B Use of GPS position save function
    OICNW-1-4C Position fix by loran
    OICNW-1-4D Use of echo sounder
    OICNW-1-5A Determine gyro compass error by bearing of range
    OICNW-1-5B Determine magnetic compass error
    OICNW-1-5C Determine magnetic compass deviation
    OICNW-1-5D Determine course to steer by magnetic compass
    OICNW-1-5E Position fix by magnetic compass bearings
    OICNW-1-5F Azimuth of the sun
    OICNW-1-5G Azimuth of any body at night
    OICNW-1-6A Steering gear test
    OICNW-1-6B Set weather controls
    OICNW-1-7A Read barometric pressure
    OICNW-1-7B Determine true wind speed & direction
    MLD-FM-REC-122 (03)
    MATE NEAR COASTAL (INTERNATIONAL)
    STEAM OR MOTOR VESSELS OF 200 GRT (500 GT)

    NAME: SOCIAL SECURITY #: ____________________

    Number Task
    Rev.12/2002
    OICNW-1-7C Determine expected weather conditions
    OICNW-2-1A Identify light configurations
    OICNW-2-1B Identify day shapes
    OICNW-2-1C Identify sound signals
    OICNW-2-1D Determine risk of collision
    OICNW-2-1E Maneuver to avoid risk of collision -- meeting
    OICNW-2-1F Maneuver to avoid risk of collision -- overtaking
    OICNW-2-2A Watch Relief
    OICNW-2-2B Keep a safe navigation watch
    OICNW-2-2C Notify Master when appropriate
    OICNW-2-2D Keep a safe anchor watch
    OICNW-2-2E Navigate in restricted visibility
    OICNW-2-2F Turn over a watch
    OICNW-2-3A Voyage planning
    OICNW-2-3B Execute a voyage plan
    OICNW-2-3C Watch augmentation
    OICNW-2-3D BRM Condition III – collision avoidance
    OICNW-2-3E BRM Condition III – navigation
    OICNW-2-3F BRM Condition II or III – error trapping
    OICNW-2-3G BRM Condition II or III – prioritization
    OICNW-2-3H BRM Condition II – establish a bridge team
    OICNW-3-1A Set up and maintain radar display
    OICNW-3-1B Switch display modes
    OICNW-3-1C Identify false echoes, sea return, racons and SARTs
    OICNW-3-1D Determine range and bearing
    OICNW-3-1E Determine risk of collision
    OICNW-3-1F Determine DRM, SRM, CPA, and TCPA
    OICNW-3-1G Detect speed and course changes of other ships
    OICNW-3-1H Change course to control target DRM
    MLD-FM-REC-122 (03)
    MATE NEAR COASTAL (INTERNATIONAL)
    STEAM OR MOTOR VESSELS OF 200 GRT (500 GT)

    NAME: SOCIAL SECURITY #: ____________________

    Rev.12/2002
    Number Task
    OICNW-3-1I Change speed to control target DRM
    OICNW-3-1J Determine true course and speed of target vessels
    OICNW-3-1K Parallel indexing
    OICNW-3-2A Set up and maintain an ARPA display
    OICNW-3-2B Manual target acquisition
    OICNW-3-2C Establish an exclusion area
    OICNW-3-2D Set vector characteristics
    OICNW-3-2E Designate targets
    OICNW-3-2F Cancel targets
    OICNW-3-2G Target History
    OICNW-3-2H Establish CPA and TCPA
    OICNW-3-2I Establish alarm area
    OICNW-3-2J Trial Maneuver
    OICNW-3-2K Switch stabilization modes
    OICNW-3-2L Navigation lines
    OICNW-3-2M Determine set and drift
    OICNW-4-1A Flashing light
    OICNW-5-1A Maneuver for man overboard
    OICNW-5-1B Course change of more than 450
    OICNW-5-1C Emergency stop
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    Go HERE

    Download Policy letter 01-02 AND ALL OF IT'S ENCLOSURES.
    Download Policy letter 16-02.

    Many of the assessments can be done at a school, and/or in a simulator. Approved courses can be found HERE, and all of the assessments that each school can conduct are listed.

    If you've taken Radar Observer (Unlimited), you've already done a bunch. If you've taken ARPA, you've already done a bunch. So on and so forth. You'll be able to figure out exactly which ones you need by perusing the above mentioned documents.

    Good luck!
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