Simulated Electronic Navigation - Operational (MANT 2203)
This course is conducted in the Nautical Institute Bridge Simulator and applies the knowledge and skills accumulated in MANT 2202 in the context of a modern ship’s navigation bridge. An average day in this course starts with a lecture reinforced by electronic presentations or video, followed by a discussion period. Next learners prepare for a simulation episode. These preparations become progressively more comprehensive throughout the course. Upon completion of the preparation phase learners monitor a passage dealing with a variety of issues that are commonly addressed while keeping a navigational watch. Activities include monitoring traffic, position, speed, course and surrounding environment. Bridge functions also include Internal and external communications and record keeping. An essential part of safe watchkeeping is the production of target plots and systematic analysis in accordance with the Collisions Regulations, standard operating procedures, port and state legislations.
Pre-requisite: MANT 2208, MANT 2204
Co-requisite: MARI 7019
College Service Fee and Student Association Fee may apply for Part Time students registered in credit courses.
Strait Area Campus (Nautical Institute)
Class # 2300
Mar 23 - Apr 24, 2020Cancelled
- Strait Area Campus
- In Person