“Electrical, Electronic and Control Engineering” – New Mandatory Standards of Competence for Engineer Officers, Regarding Provisions of the Manila Amendments to the STCW Code
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The paper presents the new requirements for the certification of watchkeeping engineers, chief engineer officers and second engineer officers, in the part related to the function “Electrical, electronic and control engineering”, provided in the Manila amendments to the part A of the STCW Code and the conse-quences for maritime education and training resulting from them.
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