management of shipboard plant and equipment maintenance and Repair operations on vessels of unlimited propulsion power. Relevant OH&S legislation, policies and procedures.
Conflicts between personnel are resolved using established conflict-resolution procedures
As required (including the use of software programs and other technology to generate presentations and resources).
Devise, deliver and evaluate training and education programs for groups Manage classification educational resources including an ACCESS database, and hard copy training library.
Develop systems enhancing and maintaining a classification training library and manage and regularly update training materials.
Assist in the development of educational and training products.
Research and develop proposals regarding issues related to classification training and educational services.
Provide advice, as appropriate, regarding classification training and education issues.
Manage the administration requirements.
Coordinate and/or participate in corporate projects as required.
Liaise with relevant government agencies, industry bodies and community groups, and attend meetings as required.
Respond to enquiries, both written and oral, regarding classification training and education services.
Undertake other duties as required.
Conducting courses on Marine Engine Driver 1, 2, 3
Master 5/Skipper 3 (Ship knowledge)
Tiwi Islander Trainer and assessor (On Outboard motor and Boat Handling)
As a , students are trained
In the following:
To be able to identify and explain the structural components and materials
Of a small vessel
Ability to operate propulsion machinery and ancillary equipment. (Engineering). 2 and 4 stroke Engines
Apply the regulations pertaining to the safe operation of a small vessel.
Respond to emergency situations.