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Efficient Deckhand (EDH Merchant)
The purpose of this course is to improve health and safety onboard ships by providing knowledge to students on how to implement safe working practices on board ships.
Students shall be continuously assessed throughout the course & by means of a short oral examination by a Transport Malta examiner.
Daily lunch included
This course consists of 40 hours of tuition split over 5 days.
Tuition will be given by means of classroom lectures, practical demonstrations & hands-on learning.
Unit modules will be based on S.L. 234.17 Merchant Shipping (Training and Certification), Third Schedule - Appendix.
To be eligible to attend this course, students must fulfil the following requirements:
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