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Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology

Degree:
Bachelor of Engineering

Degree title:
Insinööri (AMK), Bachelor of Engineering

Credits:
270 ects

Marine engineer, full-time studies
Marine engineer, full-time studies

Marine engineer, full-time studies
Marine engineer, full-time studies

Marine engineer, full-time studies
Marine engineer, full-time studies
Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

30.01.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Antti Laakso
  • Anne Gango
Responsible person

Antti Laakso

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Physics: The student understands how to apply physical theories in practice concerning this course and is able to write most essential physical equations and to solve them. The student is able to apply his knowledge in physics in professional studies and in working life.

Chemistry: Learning foundations in chemistry. The student is able to apply his knowledge in chemistry in professional studies and in workinglife

Content

Physics: Kinematics and dynamics of a particle, work, power and energy, rotation of a rigid body (kinematics and dynamics), gravitation.

Chemistry: Structure of matter, periodic table, chemical bonding, amount of substance, chemical reaction, reaction equations, chemistry of state of matters. Organic chemistry where applicable.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

30.01.2023 - 28.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Katja Helve
Responsible person

Katja Helve

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

You are able to use various types of equations and systems of equations in order to solve problems.
You know the most common real functions and their characteristics.
You know the basic properties of exponential and logarithmic functions and the nature of exponential increase.
You are able to apply the methods of geometry to solve problems related to your field of study.
You know the central properties of vectors and know how to apply them.
You use the mathematical tools appropriately.
You understand and know how to calculate the mathematical applications related to your field of study.

Content

How to investigate, model and represent the interdependencies between different things?
How can you apply the problem solving skills of different equations and systems of equations to practical problems?
How to deal with the problems related to exponential growth and decrease?
How to use the geometry and vectors in order to solve problems related to your field of study?
What mathematical tools exist and how to use them?
How to solve mathematical problems related to your field of study?

Materials

Tuomenlehto, Holmlund, Huuskonen, Makkonen, Surakka: Insinöörin matematiikka. Edita.

Teaching methods

You will attend teaching and guidance sessions as specified in the schedule.

Employer connections

Does not include.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

The course "Basics of engineering mathematics" or equal skills.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 20.11.2022

Credits

2 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • English
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Mikko Koho
Responsible person

Mikko Koho

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

The student is able to assertively and appropriately communicate in English in the context of her/his professional field, also in unexpected situations. The student is familiar with the main terminology of her/his field and can utilise her/his language skills in expert tasks. The target skills level is B2 as described by the European Framework (CEF), also in work-related situations.
After completing the course, the student is able to assess her/his own learning and effectiveness of communication in a particular situation, effectively use language tools (e.g. online dictionaries, search engines and proof-reading functions), adjust her/his style of communication according to the situation and the other party, as well as the language skills of the people participating in the communication, describe the construction and operation of various ship types using appropriate standard terminology.

Content

Merchant and special duty vessels
General arrangement plan
Tonnages and dimensions

Materials

All materials will be provided by the teacher.

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
The student attends the required number of lessons and completes obligatory assignments as instructed by the teacher.

Independent track:
Each case must be initiated by the student and will be independently decided.

Blended track:
Each case must be initiated by the student and will be independently decided.

Employer connections

This course does not include RDI and work-related cooperation.

Exam schedules

Re-sit exam dates are specifically agreed upon within 12 months of the end date of the course.

Student workload

2 ECTS credits

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Assessment is primarily based on an examination.

Qualifications

The prerequisite for course participation is B2 skills level in English, recognised by grade cum laude (C) or higher in Finnish matriculation examination, passed Xamk entrance level English skills test, or passed English prep course. If the student has been advised after the entrance skills level test to participate in the prep course, it is highly recommendced that the prep course is completed before starting this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

10.04.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • English
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Mikko Koho
Responsible person

Mikko Koho

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies
  • MIKT23KA
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

The student is able to assertively and appropriately communicate in English in the professional context, also in unexpected situations. S/he is familiar with the key terminology of the field and can utilise her language skills in expert tasks. The target level is B2 as described by the European Framework (CEF), also in work-related situations.
After completing the course, the student is able to compose in English a CV and a cover letter, describe her/his education, work experience and competence, compose formal work-related emails, describe the responsibilities, routine tasks and technical applications according to her/his specialisation using appropriate terminology, as well as prepare and give a professional presentation taking into account the demands of a culturally mixed audience.

Content

- CV and cover letter
- presentation
- professional topics according to the specialisation

Materials

All materials will be provided by the teacher.

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
The student attends the required number of lessons and completes obligatory assignments as instructed by the teacher.

Independent track:
Each case must be initiated by the student and will be independently decided.

Blended track:
Each case must be initiated by the student and will be independently decided.

Employer connections

This course does not include RDI and work-related cooperation.

Exam schedules

All mandatory assignments must be completed and the exam passed within 12 months of the end date of the course.

Student workload

3 ECTS credits

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Assessment of written skills is primarily based on an examination
Assessment of oral skills is primarily based on a presentation which is individually prepared and delivered.

Qualifications

Participation in this course requires that the student has completed the course Maritime English 1, or is simultaneously completing it.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

30.01.2023 - 26.02.2023

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Arto Harmonen
Responsible person

Arto Harmonen

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of:
- essentials of labor law concerning sea personnel
- vital aspects of occupational safety legislation concerning seafarers
- occupational safety risks and safety requirements related to seamen

Content

- Contracts of Employment Act for seafarers
- contract of employment
- collective agreement
- Working Hours Act for seafares
- wage security
- seaman's taxation and pension fund
- occupational safety legislation
- occupational safety related issues of seafaring
- essential organisations of seafaring

Materials

For extra reading: Kröger, T., Siitonen, S. & Steiner, N. 2019. Merenkulun työsuhteet

- Materials from teacher
- Learn-materiaals

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
You will attend teaching and guidance sessions as specified in the schedule.
Lectures, learning tasks and training tasks.

Independent track:
n/a

Blended track:
Discussion with the teacher and, where appropriate, PSP-planning with your own mentor teacher.

Employer connections

The course might includes control hours that can potentially be used for work life projects or visits.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Active participation, approved learning tasks, approved exam

Qualifications

Personal safety and social responsibilities (A-VI/1-4)

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

22.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Marika Höglund
Responsible person

Marika Höglund

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

You know how to study purposefully to develop your own professional growth and professional know-how.
You know how to choose the most suitable study methods and know how to reach the degree objective.
You know how to strengthen your employment skills.

Content

Being a student at a university of applied sciences:
What is XAMK like in terms of studying community and learning environment?
What is your personal career and study plan?
What kind of a learner are you and how do you develop your study skills?

Materials

To be announced later on the Learn platform of the course.

Teaching methods

The course includes mandatory information for the start week and Xamk's shared Learn information platforms.

Employer connections

There is no STUDY and working life cooperation during the course.

Further information

The course includes a mandatory HOPS discussion for the starting student.

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Antti Lanki
Responsible person

Antti Lanki

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of and proficiency in:
- minimize the risk of fire and maintain a state of readiness to respond to emergency situations involving fire
- fight and extinguish fires

Content

- the elements of fire and explosion, the fire triangle
- shipboard fire-fighting organization
- location of fire-fighting appliances and emergency routes
- types and sources of ignition
- flammable materials, fire hazards and spread of fire
- the need for constant vigilance
- actions to be taken on board ship
- fire and smoke detection and automatic alarm systems
- classification of fire and applicable extinguishing agents
- this course includes a two-day basic fire-fighting practical exercise at a fire training centre

Materials

Learn

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
You will attend teaching and guidance sessions as specified in the schedule.

Independent track:
N/A

Blended track:
N/A

Employer connections

N/A

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment methods and criteria

100% attendance

Further information

Participation in all lessons and training sessions is obligatory. In addition, approved accomplishment of fire prevention and fire fighing course (STCW A-VI/1-2) is required.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 23.10.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Antti Lanki
Responsible person

Antti Lanki

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of and proficiency in:
- types of emergencies that may occur: collision, fire, foundering
- types of life-saving appliances normally carried on ships
- equipment in survival craft
- location of personal life-saving appliances
- principles of personal survival

Content

- donning of lifejacket and immersion suit
- jump safely from a height into the water
- right an inverted lifecraft while wearing a lifejacket
- swim while wearing a lifejacket
- keep afloat without a lifejacket
- board a survival craft from the ship and water while wearing a lifejacket
- take actions on board a survival craft to enhance survival
- stream a sea-anchor
- operate equipment on board a survival craft
- operate devices to determine location and operate radio equipment
- practical drills in a swimming pool, in open water and at survival station

Materials

Learn

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
You will attend teaching and guidance sessions as specified in the schedule.

Independent track:
N/A

Blended track:
N/A

Employer connections

N/A

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment methods and criteria

100% attendance.

Further information

Participation in all lessons and training sessions is obligatory.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 23.10.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Opettaja3 Merenkulku
  • Antti Lanki
Responsible person

Antti Lanki

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of and proficiency in:
- construction and outfit of survival craft and rescue boats and their equipment and characteristics
- effective methods and use of survival craft and rescue boats before and after abandoning ship including use of engine, maintenance and launch/ recovery equipment also in rough conditions
- methods and procedures of maximizing own and others survival and detectability in survival craft and rescue boat

Content

- construction and outfit of survival craft and rescue boats and individual items of their equipment
- particular characteristics and facilities of survival craft and rescue boats
- various types of device used for launching survival craft and rescue boats
- methods of launching survival craft into a rough sea
- procedures of recovering survival craft
- action to be taken after leaving the ship
- methods of launching and recovering rescue boats in a rough sea
- dangers associated with use of on-load release devices
- knowledge of maintenance procedures
- procedures of starting and operating a survival craft engine and its acessories together with the use of the fire extinguisher provided
- handling survival craft in rough weather
- use of painter, sea-anchor and all other equipment
- apportionment of food and water in survival craft
- action to be taken to maximize detectability and location of survival craft
- procedures of helicopter rescue
- effects of hypothermia and its prevention; use of protective covers and garmets including immersion suits and thermal protective aids
- use of rescue boats and motor lifeboats for marshalling liferafts and rescue of survivors and persons in the sea
- beaching survival craft
- radio life-saving appliances carried in survival craft including satellite EPIRBs and SARTs
- pyrotechnic distress signals
- use of the first-aid kit and resuscitation techniques
- management of injured persons including control of bleeding and shock
- practical exercises and demonstrations

Materials

Teacher's material

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
You will attend teaching and guidance sessions as specified in the schedule.

Independent track:
N/A

Blended track:
N/A

Employer connections

N/A

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment methods and criteria

100% attendance.

Further information

Participation in all lessons and training sessions is obligatory.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

30.01.2023 - 26.02.2023

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Joni Hietakangas
Responsible person

Joni Hietakangas

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Basics and procedures of marine radio communications.
The usage of marine VHF phone.

Content

- the marine VHF phone
- procedures used in distress, urgency and safety communications
- use of maritime VHF channels

Materials

The FICORA publication Rannikkolaivurin radioliikenneopas
Learn material

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
You will attend teaching and guidance sessions as specified in the schedule.
Lectures, learning tasks and training tasks.

Independent track:
n/a

Blended track:
Discussion with the teacher and, where appropriate, PSP-planning with your own mentor teacher.

Employer connections

Examination by Traficom

Further information

Participation 100 % is required.
The end of the course is SRC examination (by Traficom). More details: www.traficom.fi

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Approved SRC examination

Assessment methods and criteria

Active participation, approved learning tasks, approved exam

Qualifications

No prerequisities

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Tuomo Väärä
Responsible person

Tuomo Väärä

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Terhi Hede
Responsible person

Terhi Hede

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of and proficiency in:
- assesment of needs of casualties and threats to own safety
- appreciation of body structure and functions
- understanding of immediate measures to be taken in case of emergency, including the ability to: position casualty, apply resuscitation techniques, control bleeding, apply appropriate measures of basic shock management, apply appropriate measures in event of burns and scalds, including accidents caused by electric current, rescue and transport a casualty
- improvise bandages and use materials in the emergency kit
- prevent further harm and minimize risks

Content

- body structure and functions
- assessment of needs of casualties and threats to own safety
- position casualty
- resuscitation techniques
- control the bleeding
- appropriate measures of basic shock management
- appropriate measures in event of burns and scalds, including accidents caused by electric current
- rescue and transport a casualty
- improvise bandages and use materials in the emergency kit

Materials

https://www.punainenristi.fi/ensiapuitteet and learning material assigned to the lessons in Learn.

Teaching methods

Work week-based learning pathway:
Healthcare 1 (A-VI / 1-3)

Learning pathway that speeds up studies:
First aid course that takes place in accordance with the requirements of EU directives and the Manila 2010 agreement.

Work-integrated learning pathway:
First Aid 1 course, Finnish Red Cross. If the student has a valid First Aid Certificate then he can apply for a replacement.

Employer connections

This course does not include RDI and work-related cooperation.

Exam schedules

Matters related to the exam will be agreed at the beginning of the course in the next few hours. The exam is taken in Exam or Learn at the end of the course.

International connections

-

Student workload

1 cr means 27 hours of student work including preparation for the final exam.

Content scheduling

-

Further information

terhi.hede@xamk.fi

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment methods and criteria

100% participation in contact teaching and an approved test pass entitles the holder to obtain an STCW certificate. The certificate is valid for 5 years.

Further information

Participation in all lessons and training sessions is obligatory.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Mode of delivery

34 % Contact teaching, 66 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Marika Höglund
Responsible person

Marika Höglund

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

The students are able to use the it environment of the institution. He has the capacity to take advantage of the information technology studies and he knows how to use word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation graphics software training programmes of study.

Content

The students know how to use word processing and spreadsheet programs in the workplace and learning the necessary functions. He will be able to prepare a PowerPoint presentation. They are able to transfer data (embed/link) between the MS Office programs. The student section is used from within Microsoft Office programs.

Materials

The material indicated by the teacher.
Course material in Learn.

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
Word: How do you make a character and paragraph formatting? How do
you make page settings? How do you add and format the pictures,
WordArt, and SmartArt objects? How to column the text and creating and formatting
tables, and how to use tabs? How are you using, creating and formatting
styles? How do you create a document based on the template documentation?
How do you create and format a table of contents and table of references?
How you divide your document into sections?
Excel: How to create a table, and you format it, as well as the contents of
a cell? How do you use functions, and create formulas? How do you
make the relative and absolute cell reference, and how to use them effectively
in the spreadsheet? How do you add the workbook with charts, a
combination of charts and how to format them? How do you work with
(move, copy, delete, rename, hide, protect, formatting) tables in the
workbook? How do you sort and filter large tables? How do you use the
lookup-, if-, sum.if-, count.if-, and count.a - functions, as well as you do
multi-launching drop lists? How to use conditional formatting in order to
clarify the readability of the table? How do you take advantage of Pivot actions?
PowerPoint: How do you do to display the slide show, you take advantage
of themes and format them? How to take advantage of a variety
of slide design templates? How do you make a non-stop, as well as the
general public held presentations?
How to embed and link to information about the Office-from one program
to another?

Independent track:
Word: How do you make a character and paragraph formatting? How do
you make page settings? How do you add and format the pictures,
WordArt, and SmartArt objects? How to column the text and creating and formatting
tables, and how to use tabs? How are you using, creating and formatting
styles? How do you create a document based on the template documentation?
How do you create and format a table of contents and table of references?
How you divide your document into sections?
Excel: How to create a table, and you format it, as well as the contents of
a cell? How do you use functions, and create formulas? How do you
make the relative and absolute cell reference, and how to use them effectively
in the spreadsheet? How do you add the workbook with charts, a
combination of charts and how to format them? How do you work with
(move, copy, delete, rename, hide, protect, formatting) tables in the
workbook? How do you sort and filter large tables? How do you use the
lookup-, if-, sum.if-, count.if-, and count.a - functions, as well as you do
multi-launching drop lists? How to use conditional formatting in order to
clarify the readability of the table? How do you take advantage of Pivot actions?
PowerPoint: How do you do to display the slide show, you take advantage
of themes and format them? How to take advantage of a variety
of slide design templates? How do you make a non-stop, as well as the
general public held presentations?
How to embed and link to information about the Office-from one program
to another?

Blended track:
Word: How do you make a character and paragraph formatting? How do
you make page settings? How do you add and format the pictures,
WordArt, and SmartArt objects? How to column the text and creating and formatting
tables, and how to use tabs? How are you using, creating and formatting
styles? How do you create a document based on the template documentation?
How do you create and format a table of contents and table of references?
How you divide your document into sections?
Excel: How to create a table, and you format it, as well as the contents of
a cell? How do you use functions, and create formulas? How do you
make the relative and absolute cell reference, and how to use them effectively
in the spreadsheet? How do you add the workbook with charts, a
combination of charts and how to format them? How do you work with
(move, copy, delete, rename, hide, protect, formatting) tables in the
workbook? How do you sort and filter large tables? How do you use the
lookup-, if-, sum.if-, count.if-, and count.a - functions, as well as you do
multi-launching drop lists? How to use conditional formatting in order to
clarify the readability of the table? How do you take advantage of Pivot actions?
PowerPoint: How do you do to display the slide show, you take advantage
of themes and format them? How to take advantage of a variety
of slide design templates? How do you make a non-stop, as well as the
general public held presentations?
How to embed and link to information about the Office-from one program
to another?

Employer connections

There is no STUDY and working life cooperation during the course.

Exam schedules

To be announced later on the Learn platform of the course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Assessment criteria level 3: entry-level know-how and skills
Students are able to:
a. You can use professional vocabulary systematically.
b. You can manage the appropriate methods of information search.
c. You can idnetify intterrelated tasks.
e. You can apply the key models, methods, software and techniques of the professional field.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Marko Saxell
  • Esa Huuhtanen
Responsible person

Marko Saxell

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of and proficiency in:
- hot work risks
- hot work procedures and permits
- occupational safety card training
- hot work card training

Content

- hot work card training
- occupational safety card training

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Further information

Participation in all lessons and training sessions is obligatory.

Occupational safety:
- approved / rejected

Hot work:
- accepted final exam

Cards, that are valid till five (5) years, are independent and cost about 15 € each for students.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

31.10.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Perttu Juvonen
Responsible person

Perttu Juvonen

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of and proficiency in:
- contribute to the enhancement of maritime security through heightened awareness
- understanding of the need for and methods of maintaining security awareness and vigilance
- maintain the conditions set out in a ship security plan
- recognition of security risks and threats
- undertake regular security inspections of the ship
- proper usage of security equipment and systems

Content

- security threats in ship and port operations
- maritime security policy
- security responsibilities
- ship security assessment and plan
- security equipment and systems
- threat identification, recognition and response
- ship security actions
- emergency preparedness, drills and exercises
- security administration

Content complies with IMO model course 3.26.

Materials

Learn materials.

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
Attendance at teaching and guidance sessions as specified in the schedule. Participation in lectures and completion of exercises.

Independent track:
Discussion with the teacher, and if necessary PSP-planning with your own mentor teacher.

Blended track:
Not possible.

Employer connections

Course does not include cooperation with RDI and working life.

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment methods and criteria

Participation in all lectures and approved completion of exercises.

Further information

Participation in all lessons and training sessions is obligatory.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 23.10.2022

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Perttu Juvonen
Responsible person

Perttu Juvonen

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of and proficiency in:
- comply with emergency procedures
- take precautions to prevent pollution of the marine environment
- observe safe working practices
- contribute to effective communications on board ship
- contribute to effective human relationships on board ship
- understand and take necessary actions to control fatigue

Content

- safe working practices
- human relationships on board ship
- effective communication and human interaction
- emergency procedures
- pollution prevention of the marine environment
- social responsibilities

Content complies with IMO model course 1.21.

Materials

Learn materials.

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
Attendance at teaching and guidance sessions as specified in the schedule. Participation in lectures and completion of exercises.

Independent track:
Discussion with the teacher, and if necessary PSP-planning with your own mentor teacher.

Blended track:
Not possible.

Employer connections

Course does not include cooperation with RDI and working life.

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment methods and criteria

Participation in all lectures and approved completion of exercises.

Further information

Participation in all lessons and training sessions is obligatory.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

30.01.2023 - 26.02.2023

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Marine Engineering, Ship Technology
Teachers
  • Arto Harmonen
Responsible person

Arto Harmonen

Student groups
  • MIKT22SP
    Marine Engineering, full-time studies

Objective

Knowledge and understanding of and proficiency in:
- different types of oil and chemical tankers, general arrangement and construction
- basics of cargo systems and physical properties of oil and chemicals
- basics of cargo operations
- basic knowledge of the hazards associated with tanker operations
- basics of hazard controls

Content

- constructions and types of tankers
- cargo systems
- physical properties of oil and chemicals
- health hazards
- environmental hazards
- reactivity hazards
- explosion and flammability hazards
- sources of ignition and electrostatic hazards
- toxicity hazards
- basic knowledge of hazard controls
- knowledge and understanding of tanker safety culture and safety management
- understanding of Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
- safe cargo operations and environment protection procedures

Materials

Material to be distributed during the course

Teaching methods

Two-day STCW compliant course.

Employer connections

N/A

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Further information

Participation in all lessons and training sessions is obligatory.