Qualification details

TDM60207 - ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF TRANSPORT & DISTRIBUTION (MARINE ENGINEERING - CLASS 1) (Release 1)

Summary

Releases:
ReleaseStatusRelease date
1 1 (this release)Current 19/Jun/2007

Usage recommendation:
Superseded
Mapping:
MappingNotesDate
Is superseded by and equivalent to MAR60313 - Advanced Diploma of Maritime Operations (Marine Engineering Class 1) 05/Jun/2013
Supersedes and is equivalent to TDM60201 - Advanced Diploma of Transport and Distribution (Marine Engineering) 18/Jun/2007

Training packages that include this qualification

Units of competency

CodeSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Code columnTitleSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Title columnEssential
TDMMA1007B - CONTROL TRIM, STABILITY AND STRESSCONTROL TRIM, STABILITY AND STRESS N/A
TDMMB3907A - MANAGE THE TESTING, DETECTION OF FAULTS, MAINTENANCE AND RESTORATION OF ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT TO OPERATING CONDITION ON VESSELS OF UNLIMITED PROPULSION POWERMANAGE THE TESTING, DETECTION OF FAULTS, MAINTENANCE AND RESTORATION OF ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT TO OPERATING CONDITION ON VESSELS OF UNLIMITED PROPULSION POWER N/A
TDMMB4007A - MANAGE THE TESTING, DETECTION OF FAULTS, MAINTENANCE AND RESTORATION OF ELECTRONIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT TO OPERATING CONDITION ON VESSELS OF UNLIMITED PROPULSION POWERMANAGE THE TESTING, DETECTION OF FAULTS, MAINTENANCE AND RESTORATION OF ELECTRONIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT TO OPERATING CONDITION ON VESSELS OF UNLIMITED PROPULSION POWER N/A
TDMMB807B - DETECT AND IDENTIFY THE CAUSE OF MACHINERY MALFUNCTIONS AND REPAIR FAULTS ON VESSELS OF UNLIMITED PROPULSION POWERDETECT AND IDENTIFY THE CAUSE OF MACHINERY MALFUNCTIONS AND REPAIR FAULTS ON VESSELS OF UNLIMITED PROPULSION POWER N/A
TDMMB907B - MANAGE SAFE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR PROCEDURES ON VESSELS OF UNLIMITED PROPULSION POWERMANAGE SAFE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR PROCEDURES ON VESSELS OF UNLIMITED PROPULSION POWER N/A
TDMME707B - USE ENGLISH IN WRITTEN AND ORAL FORM TO PERFORM ENGINEERING DUTIESUSE ENGLISH IN WRITTEN AND ORAL FORM TO PERFORM ENGINEERING DUTIES N/A
TDMMF1007B - PROVIDE ELEMENTARY FIRST AIDPROVIDE ELEMENTARY FIRST AID N/A
TDMMF1107B - SURVIVE AT SEA IN THE EVENT OF VESSEL ABANDONMENTSURVIVE AT SEA IN THE EVENT OF VESSEL ABANDONMENT N/A
TDMMF1807B - APPLY MEDICAL FIRST AID ON BOARD A VESSELAPPLY MEDICAL FIRST AID ON BOARD A VESSEL N/A
TDMMF1907B - OPERATE SURVIVAL CRAFT AND OTHER LIFESAVING APPLIANCESOPERATE SURVIVAL CRAFT AND OTHER LIFESAVING APPLIANCES N/A
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Classifications

SchemeCodeClassification value
ANZSCO Identifier 231200 Marine Transport Professionals 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 2542 Sea Transport Professionals 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0317 Maritime Engineering And Technology 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 411 Advanced Diploma 
Taxonomy - Industry Sector N/A Maritime Operations 
Taxonomy - Occupation N/A Marine Engineer (Class 1, 2, 3) 

Classification history

SchemeCodeClassification valueStart dateEnd date
ANZSCO Identifier 231200 Marine Transport Professionals 19/Jun/2007 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 2542 Sea Transport Professionals 19/Jun/2007 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0317 Maritime Engineering And Technology 19/Jun/2007 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 411 Advanced Diploma 19/Jun/2007 
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Modification History

Not applicable.

Description

Rationale : A qualification aligned to the educational requirements for certification as a Marine Engineer Class 1 as described in Marine Orders Part 3: Seagoing Qualifications (Version 6) under the Navigation Act 1912.

Successful completion will require competency in units that relate to work defined as characteristics of AQF Certificate 6:

'The application of a significant range of fundamental principles and complex techniques across a wide and often unpredictable variety of contexts in relation to either varied or highly specific functions . Contribution to the development of a broad plan , budget or strategy is involved and accountability and responsibility for self and others in achieving the outcomes is involved . Significant judgement is required in planning , design , technical or leadership /guidance functions related to products , services , operations or procedures' .

Pathways Information

Not applicable.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

Not applicable.

Entry Requirements

Not applicable.

Employability Skills Summary

Employability Skills Summary for 

TDM60207 Advanced Diploma of Transport  &amp ; Distribution  (Marine Engineering Class 1 )

The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options.

Employability Skill 

Industry /enterprise requirements for this qualification include :

Communication 

  • Establish and implement vessel's engine room communication systems and procedures
  • Listen to and interpret complex verbal information related to the operation, maintenance and management of the vessel's hull, propulsion and auxiliary plant and systems
  • Read and interpret maritime regulations, engineering drawings, gauges and instrument readings, vessel's safety management system, vessel and equipment manufacturer's instructions, etc.
  • Speak clearly and directly on diverse and complex matters related to vessel's engineering operations, maintenance and management
  • Write complex documents including reports on vessel and engine room operations and maintenance, safety incident reports, entries in vessel's engine room records, etc.
  • Negotiate complex issues with others in the course of vessel operations
  • Recognise and interpret non-verbal signs, signals and behaviour
  • Interpret and record observations and equipment readings and displays
  • Communicate with multilingual crew
  • Use engine room communication equipment and GMDSS radio equipment

Teamwork 

  • Provide leadership to the crew of the vessel
  • Manage the resolution of any interpersonal conflicts that may arise on board the vessel
  • Motivate crew members
  • Assist crew members to achieve and maintain competency
  • Manage the avoidance and prevention of harassment of others on the vessel
  • Collaborate with crew members in the course of vessel operations
  • Manage crew members of different ages, genders, race, religion, political persuasion, etc.

Problem solving 

  • Identify and solve or report complex problems arising in the course of vessel operations
  • Monitor and anticipate problems that may occur in the course of engine room operations including hazards and risks and take appropriate action (e.g. strategies for the avoidance of fire and explosion, avoidance of hazards in the engine room space, etc.)
  • Manage hazards and risks in complex and diverse situations (e.g. engine room hazards, crew working in confined spaces, engine room operations in heavy weather and seas, etc.)
  • Use advanced diagnostic and analysis techniques required when managing maintenance program for vessel's propulsion, electrical and auxiliary systems in conjunction with the master and other crew members on the vessel
  • Use mathematics to solve complex problems such as calculations related to engine and equipment performance and maintenance, safe working limits of equipment and calculations related to electrical system operations, fault finding and maintenance

Initiative and enterprise 

  • Modify activities dependent on differing work situations and contingencies such as changes in the weather and sea conditions, plant and equipment breakdown and emergency situations including fire, flooding or failure of steering or propulsion systems
  • Take appropriate initiatives in complex and diverse situations such as those above
  • Manage engine room responses to any changes in vessel's equipment, standard operating procedures and the vessel's working environment

Planning and organizing 

  • Establish operational and emergency plans, systems and procedures for the engine room on the vessel, including safety management system and emergency procedures
  • Establish and implement systems and procedures for maintaining compliance with regulations and codes of practice
  • Establish and implement Engine Room Resource Management Strategy
  • Monitor and evaluate operational performance and compliance
  • Collect, manage and interpret information needed to plan and organise engine room operations
  • Organise and plan own management activities (as a Marine Engineer Class 1 or 2)
  • Manage time and priorities in the course of management activities on the vessel

Self-management 

  • Interpret and apply regulations, survey requirements, standard procedures and codes of practice as they apply to the engine room operations on a vessel, including OH&S, environmental protection, security and SOLAS requirements
  • Establish and follow own work plans and schedules
  • Evaluate and monitor own work and performance (as a Marine Engineer Class 1 or 2)

Learning 

  • Plan and organise learning and assessment activities for engine room personnel on a vessel, including emergency drills, safety and security awareness training, and continuing professional development of crew members
  • Manage adaptation of crew members to any changes in the vessel's systems, equipment, procedures and the vessel's operating environment (e.g. sea and weather conditions)
  • Instruct, coach or mentor other crew members on the vessel
  • Contribute to the assessment of the competency of other crew members
  • Assist in creating a learning environment on board the vessel
  • Adapt own competency to any changes in the vessel type, its equipment and its operating environment
  • Update own knowledge and skills required for engine room management activities

Technology 

  • Operate complex equipment and systems including vessel's propulsion and auxiliary systems, and other engine room equipment and systems, etc.
  • Establish and implement operational and maintenance systems for the vessel's hull, propulsion and auxiliary systems, safety equipment and various engine room facilities
  • Establish safety management system and OH&S procedures for use and maintenance of engine room plant, equipment and facilities
  • Manage the preventative and remedial maintenance of vessel's hull, structures and engine room plant, equipment and tools

Packaging Rules

Requirements for completion of the qualification :

A successful outcome of the twenty-eight  units of competency listed below - plus be able to demonstrate competency in the eight  basic engineering units also listed below.

Additional units from those listed below or relevant units from this or other Training Packages Note 5 may be included in the qualification to satisfy specific additional needs beyond the minimum requirements. (They may also be achieved separately, either individually or in skill sets, leading to a National Statement of Attainment as described elsewhere in the Training Package)

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS 

The minimum requirements for this qualification are the 28 units  listed below.

FIELD 

UNIT 

A 

Handling Cargo and Vessel Stability 

TDMMA1007B

Control trim, stability and stress

B 

Equipment Checking and Maintenance 

TDMMB807B

Detect and identify the cause of machinery malfunctions and repair faults on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

TDMMB907B

Manage safe maintenance and repair procedures on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

TDMMB3907A

Manage the testing, detection of faults, maintenance and restoration of electrical machinery and equipment to operating condition on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

TDMMB4007A

Manage the testing, detection of faults, maintenance and restoration of electronic control equipment to operating condition on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

E 

Communication 

TDMME707B

Use English in written and oral form to perform engineering duties

F 

Operational Quality 
and Safety 

TDMMF307B

Manage business and legal requirements on a vessel

TDMMF407B

Maintain the operational condition of lifesaving, firefighting and other safety systems

TDMMF507C

Develop emergency and damage control plans and handle emergency situations on board a vessel

TDMMF1007B

Provide elementary first aid

TDMMF1107B

Survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment

TDMMF1807B

Apply medical first aid on board a vessel

TDMMF1907B

Operate survival craft and other lifesaving appliances

F 

Operational Quality 
and Safety 

(continued) 

TDMMF2207B

Maintain safety of engine equipment, systems and services on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

TDMMF2507B

Ensure safe working practices

TDMMF2607B

Establish watch keeping arrangements and procedures

TDMMF5607A

Observe personal safety and social responsibilities Note 1

TDMMF5807A

Adapt to basic industry and regulatory requirements for tanker operations

TDMMF5907A

Work safely in enclosed spaces on a vessel

TDMMF6107A

Manage marine firefighting and prevention activities on board a vessel Note 2

TDMMF6207A

Prevent, control and fight fires on board an ocean-going vessel Note 3

L 

Human Resources 

TDMML407A

Manage administration of the vessel and its personnel Note 4

R 

Carry out Operations on Equipment and Systems 

TDMMR407B

Operate electrical machinery and electronic control equipment on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

TDMMR507B

Manage fuel, bilge and ballast operations on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

TDMMR607B

Manage the operation, monitoring and evaluation of the performance of engines on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

(Note: this unit is intended for persons preparing for AMSA certification as Marine Engineer Class 2 specifically applying to motorships. Persons preparing for steamship certification should also fulfil the requirements for TDMMR5806A – see options below)

TDMMR707B

Plan and schedule operations on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

TDMMR807B

Manage the start up and shut down of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery and associated systems on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

U 

Environment 

TDMMU107B

Monitor compliance with legislative requirements and measures to ensure protection of the environment

An Engineer Class 1 must also  be able to demonstrate competency in the eight basic engineering units listed below, either through completion of the appropriate engineering trade qualifications, or additional training and assessment, if required:

MEM18001C

Use hand tools

MEM05006B

Perform brazing and/or silver soldering

MEM18002B

Use power tools/hand held operations

MEM05007C

Perform manual heating and thermal cutting

MEM05001B

Perform manual soldering/desoldering – electrical/electronic components

MEM05015C

Weld using manual metal arc welding process

MEM05004C

Perform routine oxy acetylene welding

MEM07005B

Perform general machining

Note 1:  TDMMF5607A is a new unit  incorporating the requirements of the previous four units TDMMF701B Observe safe working practices, TDMMF801B Comply with emergency procedures, TDMML201A Contribute to effective human relationships on board a vessel and TDMME101A Understand orders and be understood in relation to shipboard duties

Note 2:  TDMMF6107A is a new unit  incorporating the requirements of the previous two units TDMMF1301A Manage marine firefighting and prevention activities and TDMMF2001A Prevent, control and fight fires on board a vessel

Note 3:  TDMMF6207A is a new unit  incorporating the requirements of the previous two units TDMMF901A Fight and extinguish fires and TDMMF1201A Minimise the risk of fire and maintain a state of readiness to respond to emergency situations involving fire

Note 4:  TDMML407A is a new unit  incorporating the requirements of the previous two units TDMML101A Organise and manage the crew and TDMMF3701A Manage vessel operations

OPTIONAL ADDITIONAL UNITS TO MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS 

The unitslisted below or relevant units from this or other Training Packages Note 5 may be included in the qualification to satisfy specific additional needs beyond the minimum mandatory requirements (they may also be achieved separately, either individually or in skills sets, leading to a Statement of Attainment as described elsewhere in the Training Package). 

Additional unit to prepare for AMSA certification as  
Marine Engineer Class 1 specifically applying to steamships 

R 

Carry Out Operations on Equipment and Systems 

TDMMR5707A

Manage the operation, monitoring and evaluation of the performance of steam propulsion plant on vessels of unlimited propulsion power

Skills set of additional units to prepare for AMSA  
endorsement as responsible officer on a liquefied gas tanker 

A 

Handling Cargo and Vessel Stability 

TDMMA407B

Manage procedures for the handling, loading and discharging of liquefied gas cargoes

F 

Operational Quality 
and Safety 

TDMMF1407B

Plan and implement special safety, maintenance and emergency procedures for liquefied gas tankers

Skills set of additional units to prepare for AMSA  
endorsement as responsible officer on a chemical tanker 

A 

Handling Cargo and Vessel Stability 

TDMMA507B

Manage procedures for the handling, loading and discharging of chemical cargoes

F 

Operational Quality 
and Safety 

TDMMF1507B

Plan and implement special safety, maintenance and emergency procedures for chemical tankers

Skills set of additional units to prepare for AMSA  
endorsement as responsible officer on an oil tanker 

A 

Handling Cargo and Vessel Stability 

TDMMA607B

Manage procedures for the handling, loading and discharging of oil cargoes

F 

Operational Quality 
and Safety 

TDMMF1607B

Plan and implement special safety, maintenance and emergency procedures for oil tankers

O 

Security 

TDMMO107A

Follow maritime security procedures

TDMMO207A

Carry out ship security officer functions

Optional imported units from the Business Services Training Package BSB01  

BSBFLM505B

Manage operational plan

BSBFLM506B

Manage workplace information systems

BSBFLM509B

Facilitate continuous improvement

Optional imported units from the Training and Assessment Training Package TAA04 

TAADEL301A

Provide training through instruction and demonstration of work skills

TAAASS402A

Assess competence

TAAASS301A

Contribute to assessment

Note 5  Where units of competency are included from another Training Package, Registered Training Organisations should check the National Training Information System (NTIS) or contact the Industry Skills Council responsible for the Training Package to check if the unit has any pre-requisite or co-requisite requirements.

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