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Maritime Career Pathways. First steps to maritime careers Inland, near coastal, and ocean going careers require three steps: Step 1: Obtain a TWIC (Transportation.

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1 Maritime Career Pathways

2 First steps to maritime careers Inland, near coastal, and ocean going careers require three steps: Step 1: Obtain a TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Card) Step 2: Obtain U.S. Coast Guard approved training (maritime training school, academy, or college)

3 First steps to maritime careers Inland, near coastal, and ocean going careers require: Step 3: Obtain a Merchant Mariner Document (U.S. Coast Guard professional mariner identification)

4 Inland Service: Tug & Barge Requires: a work rotation of 14 – 28 days away from home and 7 – 14 days at home

5 Deckhand Requires: No classes or deg ree Recommended classes: - Basic Safety Training - Deck Familiarization - Engineering Familiarization - Up to $130 / day

6 Tankerman Requires: 40 hours of class - Tankerman operation (math & physics) - Pollution prevention - Maritime law - Firefighting (16 hours) - First aid / CPR (8 hours) - Up to $270 / day

7 Apprentice Mate Requires: 360 Days of experience at sea (sea time); 104 hours of class - Navigation (attend to general daily problems, rules of the road) - Safety - Maritime law - Environmental - Up to $225 / day

8 Mate (Pilot of Towing Boat) Requires: 540 days of sea time; additional required classes - Navigation and piloting - Watch standing - Vessel familiarization - Maneuvering & rules of the road - Safety & emergency response - Environmental Protection - Up to $350 / day

9 Master of Towing (Captain) Requires: 360 to 1080 days sea time - Officer in Charge of Navigational Watch (OICNW) - Additional required classes - Up to $800 / day

10 Near Coastal Service (Oil Field Support; Crew & Supply Boats) Requires: a work rotation of 28 days away from home and 14 – 28 days at home

11 Ordinary Seaman (Deckhand) Requires: entry level position; no classes or degree (unlicensed) Recommended classes: - Basic Safety Training (40 hour) - Deck Familiarization - Engineering Familiarization - Up to $170 / day

12 Able Bodied Seaman (A/B) Requires: 360 days of sea time - 40 Hour A/B Class - 32 Hour Lifeboat Class - 40 Hour Basic Safety Training - Up to $270 / day

13 Master Ton Requires: 360 to 1080 days sea time - Officer in Charge of Navigational Watch (OICNW) - Many college level classes - Up to $800 / day

14 Ocean Going (Ships & Tugs) Months away from home Weeks or months at home

15 Cooks & Stewards Requires: no classes or college degree Recommended classes: - 40 hour basic safety training - Up to $170 / day

16 Ordinary Seaman (Deckhand) Requires: entry level position; no classes or degree (unlicensed) Recommended classes: - Basic Safety Training - Deck Familiarization - Engineering Familiarization - Up to $170 / day

17 Able Bodied Seaman (A/B) Requires: 360 days of experience (unlicensed) Recommended classes: - 40 Hour A/B Class - 32 Hour Lifeboat Class - 40 Hour Basic Safety Training - Up to $270 / day

18 Third Mate Unlimited Tonnage Requires: 1080 days of experience (licensed officer) - 3 years of service in the deck department, training courses & on-board exams or - Attend a training institution - Up to $500 / day

19 Second Mate Unlimited Tonnage Requires: 360 days in Charge of Navigation Watch as 3 rd Mate (licensed officer) - Officer in Charge of Navigation - 3 rd in command - Up to $650 / day

20 Chief Mate Unlimited Tonnage Requires: 360 days in Charge of Navigation Watch as 2 nd Mate (licensed officer) - Senior on-board operations officer - 2 nd in command - Responsible to the Captain - Up to $800 / day

21 Master Unlimited Tonnage Requires: 360 days as Chief Mate (licensed officer) - Commander of the vessel - 1 st in command - Master Mariner's license - Up to $1,200 / day

22 Citations Schacter, Mitch; San Jacinto College, Director, CPD, “Maritime Career Pathways” handout, September 16, National Maritime Center, United States Coast Guard, Mariners checklists, MCP-FM-NMC5-20 (04), September 16, Maritime Jobs; MCP-FM-NMC5-20 (04) Military Sealift Command job; September 16, 2013, Naidah Gamurot; Position: Able Bodies Seaman (Mariner 2), October 22, 1998, September 16, 2013 https://www.google.com/search?q=twic+card&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=eQg3UtquJsi8 2gWy6YDIAg&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1172&bih=602&dpr=1#q=seaman+papers&tbm=is ch&imgdiihttps://www.google.com/search?q=twic+card&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=eQg3UtquJsi8 2gWy6YDIAg&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1172&bih=602&dpr=1#q=seaman+papers&tbm=is ch&imgdii; Google Images, Seaman’s papers, September 16, NYCity woman, Nancy Weber and Ellen Stern, “Skin Care, Sometimes a great lotion – Pamela Hepburn, 62, licensed tugboat captain”, © 2013 NYCitywoman, all rights reserved, September 16, 2013

23 Citations EU Naval Force Celebrates International Women’s Day By Highlighting The Significant Contribution Of Women To Operation Atalanta; celebrates-international-womens-day-by-highlighting-the-significant-contribution-of- women-to-operation-atalanta/;March 8, :06; September 16, 2013http://eunavfor.eu/eu-naval-force- celebrates-international-womens-day-by-highlighting-the-significant-contribution-of- women-to-operation-atalanta/


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