PRACTICAL ACTIVITY 1

SEAMANSHIP WHEN OPERATING SMALL VESSELS

See Practical Activity 2

STUDENT NAME:.........................................................

 ACTIVITY  (extracts of elements from TDMMC707C)

DATE

NOTES

Location, Partial Sign off, etc

Rope types and common areas of use are identified. The knots below and their application is demonstrated:

1a, 1b, 4a, 5a, 5b, 5c,

 

Bowline

 

 

Bowline on a bight

 

 

Common whipping

 

 

Double sheet bend

 

 

Sheepshank

 

 

Figure of eight

 

 

Reef knot

 

 

Rolling hitch

 

 

Stopper for a mooring line

 

 

Round turn & two half hitches

 

 

Clove hitch

 

 

Soft eye splice                Short splice              Back splice

 

 

Rigging a Stage and a Bosuns Chair

1e,

 

Rope, wire, chains and rigging gear is checked, maintained and reported prior to use and/or going to sea

1c, 1f

 

BS and SWL of ropes, chains, wires and other rigging gear are determined.  Loads are correctly handled using appropriate maximum load limits in the course of deck operations.

1d, 1e, 1g,

 

TDMMC707C Apply seamanship skills and techniques when operating a small vessel within the limits of responsibility of a Coxswain
MARN002 Apply seamanship skills aboard a vessel up to 12 metres
These activities align to the TDM07 & MAR competencies at the time of publishing. Current and complete advice must be accessed through the http://training.gov.au/ website:

Witness Name, (Position, Qualification & contact details)……………… Signs…………………..

 

                             Student Signs…………………………  

Competent     Not yet Competent    Required, additional evidence of unit elements:

 

 

 

 

 

 


PRACTICAL ACTIVITY 2

SEAMANSHIP WHEN OPERATING SMALL VESSELS

See Practical Activity 1

 

STUDENT NAME:................................................................

ACTIVITY    (extracts of elements from TDMMC707C)

DATE

NOTES

Location, Partial Sign off, etc

Accommodation is checked for cleanliness, hygiene and tidiness and correctly secured for sea to operational standards

4a, 4b,

 

Watertight integrity is checked and appropriate action is taken to prepare for prevailing and forecast conditions

4c,

 

Lines are made up in preparation for berthing of vessel.

1h,

 

Lines are correctly handled to assist in berthing, unberthing & mooring a vessel using a winch/drum to veer, surge and standard deck equipment to secure.

1i, 1j, 1k, 1l,

 

Winches, capstans or windlasses (as appropriate) are correctly prepared and safely operated in deck operations.

2e, 2f,

 

Anchors cables and deck fittings are correctly identified and used to anchor & weigh in varying weather conditions.

2a, 2b, 2c, 2d,

 

Preparations and correct procedures/precautions are applied for towing and being towed.

3a, 3b,

 

A sea anchor is rigged to control, drift emergency steering and to prevent broaching.

5e,

 

Correct response to a simulated person overboard.

(optional)

 

Recovery of a simulated person from the water.

(optional)

 

The activities should be carried to relevant OH&S standards.

Use effective listening and questioning skills to understand, interpret and implement orders and instructions.

Use effective verbal and non-verbal communication when carrying out duties.

Use appropriate nautical language to convey information.

 

 

TDMMC707C Apply seamanship skills and techniques when operating a small vessel within the limits of responsibility of a Coxswain
MARN002 Apply seamanship skills aboard a vessel up to 12 metres
These activities align to the TDM07 & MAR competencies at the time of publishing. Current and complete advice must be accessed through the http://training.gov.au/ website:

 

 Witness Name, (Position, Qualification & contact details)……………… Signs…………………..

 

 

                             Student Signs…………………………  

 

Competent     Not yet Competent    Required, additional evidence of unit elements: