Thursday, 7 October 2010

Qualifications of Marine Inspectors:

For practicing as international marine inspectors, you need to have the following qualifications;

To qualify for the licensed practitioners, applicants must have at least 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-12 grade level in the federal service.

Specialized experience should have included serving as a technical expert interpreting and applying national and international laws, regulations, policies, guidance documents and standards related to the training, assessment, qualification, certification, licensing and documentation of merchant mariners.

Experience in the following areas is beneficial but not required: serving as a project manager for statutory and regulatory projects concerning crew qualifications and manning on merchant ships, ensuring that an organization's training, qualification, and certification for merchant mariners meet the requirements of STCW; and providing authoritative technical advice to delegations, advisory committees, or working groups on matters pertaining to crew qualifications and manning issues for merchant mariners.

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