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Issuance of CDC
Commencement of the Batch
Course Offered & Fee Structure
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Sweep, mop, and wash down decks to remove oil, dirt, and debris, using brooms, mops, brushes, and hoses.
Load or unload materials from vessels.
Handle lines to moor vessels to wharfs, to tie up vessels to other vessels, or to rig towing lines.
Stand watch in ships' bows or bridge wings to look for obstructions in a ship's path or to locate navigational aids, such as buoys or lighthouses.
Operate, maintain, or repair ship equipment, such as winches, cranes, derricks, or weapons system.
Chip and clean rust spots on decks, superstructures, or sides of ships, using wire brushes and hand or air chipping machines.
Splice and repair ropes, wire cables, or cordage, using marlinespikes, wire cutters, twine, and hand tools.
Lower and man lifeboats when emergencies occur.
Break out, rig, and stow cargo-handling gear, stationary rigging, or running gear.
Provide engineers with assistance in repairing or adjusting machinery.
Steer ships under the direction of commanders or navigating officers or direct helmsmen to steer, following designated courses.
Paint or varnish decks, superstructures, lifeboats, or sides of ships.
Overhaul lifeboats or lifeboat gear and lower or raise lifeboats with winches or falls.
Stand by wheels when ships are on automatic pilot and verify accuracy of courses, using magnetic compasses.
Lubricate machinery, equipment, or engine parts such as gears, shafts, or bearings.
Stand gangway watches to prevent unauthorized persons from boarding ships while in port.
Maintain government-issued certifications, as required.
Clean and polish wood trim, brass, or other metal parts.
Give directions to crew members engaged in cleaning wheelhouses or quarterdecks.
Examine machinery to verify specified pressures or lubricant flows.
Attach hoses and operate pumps to transfer substances to and from liquid cargo tanks.
Measure depth of water in shallow or unfamiliar waters, using leadlines, and telephone or shout depth information to vessel bridges.
Read pressure and temperature gauges or displays and record data in engineering logs.
Maintain a ship's engines under the direction of the ship's engineering officers.
Record in ships' logs data such as weather conditions and distances traveled.
Participate in shore patrols.
Relay specified signals to other ships, using visual signaling devices, such as blinker lights or semaphores.
Tie barges together into tow units for tugboats to handle, inspecting barges periodically during voyages and disconnecting them when destinations are reached.
Courses offered & Fee Structure
Issuance of CDC
Introduction Merchant Navy
What is Deck Cadet?
What Deck Cadets do?
Why Join Merchant Navy?
Ranks of Seafarers
Ordinary Seaman Jobs
Trainee Marine Engineer Course
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