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1 Proposal of a new Model Course for Baltic Deep-Sea Pilots

2 Model Course for Baltic Deep-Sea Pilots Why a model course? Ensure adequately qualified and trained BDSP Assist CPA when setting requirements Assist PSP when ordering the training Facilitate for training organisations when preparing a course Harmonized and standardized training

3 Sources: Draft BPAC Agreement for CPA Draft IALA Guideline for CPA and PSP IALA Model Course V-103/1 for VTS Operators Various IMO STW Model Courses Swedish Guidelines on Deep-Sea Pilotage Swedish Training Programme on Deep-Sea Pilotage Model Course for Baltic Deep-Sea Pilots

4 Content 1.Introduction 2.Course Framework 3.Course Outline and Timetable 4.Detailed Teaching Syllabus 5.Guidance for Instructors Model Course for Baltic Deep-Sea Pilots

5 Six Modules: 1.Route Planning 2.Communication co-ordination 3.Environmental protection 4.Emergency situations 5.Personal Attributes (may be optional) 6.Ice / Ice-breaking assistance (may be optional) 3. Course Outline and Timetable

6 Module 1 - Route Planning Main routes in the Baltic Limitations of Baltic Sea entrances and other narrow passages Ship’s Routeing Systems (TSS etc.) Ship Reporting Systems (SRS) and VTS areas Pilot procedures in the Baltic Port operations and other allied services 3. Course Outline and Timetable

7 Module 2 - Communication co-ordination General communication skills Bridge Resource Management (BRM) Reporting obligations Vocal and verbal expression in English SMCP Log and record keeping 3. Course Outline and Timetable

8 Module 3 - Environmental protection Dangerous and polluting goods Environmental sensitivity of the Baltic Sea Baltic as a PSSA 3. Course Outline and Timetable

9 Module 4 - Emergency situations Maritime Safety Information (MSI) Search and Rescue (SAR) in the Baltic Maritime Assistance Service (MAS) Emergency towing 3. Course Outline and Timetable

10 Module 5 - Personal Attributes (may be optional) (new: Personal Aptitude and Suitablility) Human relation skills Interaction with others Responsibility and reliability Situational awareness Spatial conceptual ability Simultaneous tasking capability Stress handling 3. Course Outline and Timetable

11 Module 6 - Ice / Ice-breaking assistance (may be optional) Ice-classes Provisions on ice restrictions and limitations Procedures for ice-breaking assistance 3. Course Outline and Timetable

12 Model Course for Baltic Deep-Sea Pilots Course outline Module/SubjectContent / Subject areaTime duration 1. Route planning  Main routes in the Baltic  Limitations of Baltic Sea entrances and other narrow passages  Routeing systems (TSS etc.)  Ship Reporting Systems and VTS areas  Pilot procedures in the Baltic  Port operations and other allied services 2. Communication co-ordination  General communication skills  Bridge Resource Management (BRM)  Reporting obligations  Language  Log and record keeping 3. Environmental protection  Dangerous and polluting goods  Environmental sensitivity of the Baltic Sea  Baltic as a PSSA 4. Emergency situations  Maritime Safety Information (MSI)  Search and Rescue (SAR) in the Baltic  Maritime Assistance Service (MAS)  Emergency towing 5. Personal attributes  Human relation skills  Interaction with others  Responsibility and reliability 6. Ice/Ice-breaking assistance  Ice-classes  Provisions on ice restrictions and limitations  Procedures for ice-breaking assistance Total time

13 Working groups Task 1: Consider Content/Subject area of respective module Add or delete – describe in short terms 3. Course Outline and Timetable Course outline Module/SubjectContent / Subject areaTime duration 1. Route planning  Main routes in the Baltic  Limitations of Baltic Sea entrances and other narrow passages  Routeing systems (TSS etc.)  Ship Reporting Systems and VTS areas  Pilot procedures in the Baltic  Port operations and other allied services  Communication co-ordination  General communication skills  Bridge Resource Management (BRM)  Reporting obligations  Language  Log and record keeping 3. Environmental protection  Dangerous and polluting goods  Environmental sensitivity of the Baltic Sea  Baltic as a PSSA 4. Emergency situations  Maritime Safety Information (MSI)  Search and Rescue (SAR) in the Baltic  Maritime Assistance Service (MAS)  Emergency towing 5. Personal attributes  Human relation skills  Interaction with others  Responsibility and reliability 6. Ice/Ice-breaking assistance  Ice-classes  Provisions on ice restrictions and limitations  Procedures for ice-breaking assistance Total time

14 Working groups Task 2: Describe the aims for each subject area in broad terms. What and why – for example: ”The trainee should have a (sufficient) knowledge/skills of… because …” Example for module 1 – Route planning: 3. Course Outline and Timetable Content/Subject area Aims Main routes in the Baltic -Knowledge of maximum draught permissible for transit through the Sound, the Belts and the Kiel Kanal in order to plan for a safe passage -Sufficient knowledge of traffic patterns and normal sailing/route plans to maintain a safe and efficient passage Ship Reporting Systems (SRS) and VTS areas -Knowledge of SRS operational areas and reporting procedures in order to advice the master of the applicable rules -Knowledge of national VTS areas and where to find its regulations and procedures in order to advice the master of the applicable rules -Sufficient understanding of the roles and responsibilities between ship masters, (deep-sea) pilots and VTS-operators to avoid misunderstandings

15 Working groups Task 3: Describe the detailed teaching syllabus for each subject area written in learning objective format: ”After completing this course the trainee will be able to…” (Start with a verb i.e. explain, describe, demonstrate, state, identify, recognize, compare, discuss, list etc) Example for module 1 – Route planning: 3. Course Outline and Timetable Content/Subject area Detailed teaching syllabus (learning objectives) Main routes in the Baltic -Describe the maximum draught permissible for transit through the Sound, the Belts and the Kiel Kanal -Demonstrate a sufficient knowledge of traffic patterns and normal sailing/route plans to maintain a safe and efficient passage -Present a personal Bridge Book for relevant parts of the Baltic Sea area Ship Reporting Systems (SRS) and VTS areas -Explain the normal procedures in a SRS/VTS area -Identify the publications where SRS and VTS rules are published -Describe the roles of a master, (deep-sea) pilot and a VTS-operator

16 3. Course Outline and Timetable Content/Subject area Learning objectives Time duration Main routes in the Baltic -Knowledge of maximum draught permissible for transit through the Sound, the Belts and the Kiel Kanal -Presenting a personal Bridge Book for relevant parts of the Baltic Sea area 1 hr 2 hrs + homework Routeing Systems (TSS (etc) - Knowledge of IMO recommended and mandatory routeing systems in the Baltic Sea area Working groups Task 4: Identify the time duration for each subject area written in learning objective format: ”After completing this course the trainee will be able to…” (Start with a verb i.e. explain, describe, demonstrate, state, identify, recognize, compare, discuss, list etc) Example for module 1 – Route planning:

17 Dividing into working groups WG 1 Module 1 Route planning Module 4 Emergency situations WG 2 Module 2 Communication co- ordination Module 5 Personal attributes WG 3 Module 3 – Environmental protection Module 6 Ice/Ice breaking assistance Frank Gottlieb CPA DK Hans Morten Midtsandt CPA NO Aivo Pitk PSP EE Gerd Pitschmann PSP DE Miroslaw Drozd PSP PL Free to choose: Duncan Glass THLS/UK Inger Andersen DK Kristine Leonharder Madsen DK Pernilla Bergstedt SE Monica Sundklev CPA SE Daniela Nissen CPA DE Krzysztof Kuropieska CPA PL Ib Henriksen PSP DK Antti Rautava PSP FI Jan Magne Fosse PSP NO Valtteri Laine CPA FI Jaanus Matsu CPA EE Stig Thomsen PSP DK Hans-Hermann Lückert PSP DE Per Lagerström PSP SE Kazimierz Goworowski PSP PL


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