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DP INDUCTION COURSE

Competent Instructor

Have competent instructors and have appropriate competencies

Offline Classes

face to face learning with proper simulator equipment

Book Library

has a library room for independent study

COURSE AIM

At the end of the course the student should;

  1. Have acquired knowledge of the principles of DP.
  2. Have acquired a basic understanding of how to set up a DP system.
  3. Have an understanding of the practical operation of associated equipment, including position reference systems.
  4. Be able to recognize the various alarm, warning and information messages.
  5. Be able to relate the DP installation to the ship system, including (but not limited to) power supply, maneuvering facility, available position reference systems and nature of work.
  6. Be able to relate DP operations to the existing environmental conditions of wind, sea state, current / tidal stream and vessel movement.

ASSESMENT

The Nautical Institute has in place an On-Line Examination process for the assessment of the Trainees.
The training center 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 DP Training Centers
by Nautical training Institute (Vol 1.  DPSTTC-V1-20/01/2023). Candidates are permitted 3 attempts as follows:

  1. In order to be awarded a certificate of completion for the Induction Course the trainee must pass an online assessment at the training center. The exam is composed of multiple choice questions and shall be completed in 1 hour 15 minutes. The online assessment  will consist of 40 questions and shall be completed with a pass mark of 70%.First Attempt on the same day as the completion of the course at DPTC - PIP Semarang
  2. Students who fail at the first attempt are allowed to have another two attempts within six months of the first attempt; however, the second attempt must be undertaken within 96 hours of the first attempt. Failing these three initial attempts, the student is required to repeat the Induction Course and undertake the assessment again.
  3. Second Attempt within 24 hours of the completion of the first attempt at DPTC - PIP Semarang. Candidates have to pay Fees IDR 2.000.000 for Second Attempt of on-line examination.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Following the 2010 Manila amendments to the STCW Convention and Code, The Nautical Institute has implemented the following criteria for entry into the DP Operators Training Scheme: The minimum qualification is set at STCW Regulation II/1, II/2, II/3 Deck, Regulation III/1, III /2, III/3, Engine and Regulation III/6 for ETOs

 

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Alternative appropriate marine vocational qualifications (MVQs) will be considered on a case by case basis. The NI defines an MVQ as a non-STCW Certificate of Competency issued by a White List maritime administration for use in the administration’s local waters only.

Naval officers with appropriate watch keeping qualifications and those whose qualification can be found on the approved list may be accepted into the training scheme without pre-approval or reference to NI. The approved list can be found on the website, www.nialexisplatform.org. In case of any doubt, training centers and prospective DPOs should check qualifications with the NI.

Officer trainees (cadets or ratings on a defined training programme):

  • Prospective offshore DPOs on the new scheme who are in the process of training for an STCW certificate may complete the DP Induction Course (Phase A), the 60 DP sea time days (Phase B) and the DP Simulator  Course  (Phase  C).  The  remaining  60  DP  sea  time  days  (Phase  D)  and  the subsequent suitability sign-off (Phase E) must be completed only after they hold an appropriate STCW Certificate of Competency.
  • Candidates who completed Phase B when they were a cadet are not allowed to claim for STR in Phase D of the training scheme and must complete a minimum of 60 DP sea time days in Phase D.
  • Prospective DPOs on the DP Self-Elevating Platform (Jack-up) Scheme who are in the process of training for an STCW certificate may complete the DP Induction Course (Phase A), the 60 days on board with 15 DP operations (Phase B) and the DP Simulator Course (Phase C). The remaining 60 days on board and 15 DP operations (Phase D) and the subsequent suitability sign-off (Phase E) must be completed only after they hold an appropriate STCW Certificate of Competency.
  • Prospective DPOs on the Shuttle Tanker Scheme who are in the process of training for an STCW certificate may complete the DP Induction Course (Phase 1), the 24 sea time days and two offshore loading operations (Phase 2), the task section (Phase 2) and the Simulator Course (Phase 3). The remaining phases must be completed  only after they hold an appropriate  STCW Certificate  of Competency.

These rules became effective from 1 January 2015 and reflect changes introduced from 1 January 2016; they apply to those who have already begun training on the new scheme as well as new starters. The time permitted to complete the training scheme for those who started the Induction Course after 1 January 2015 is five years. 

DURATION

DP Induction Course duration: 5(five) days, start from Monday to Friday at 08.30 – 17.15

PARTICIPANTS

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