MAMA Gets Approval for RFPEW Assessments

Friday, March 11, 2011

Mid-Atlantic Maritime Academy is now Coast Guard-Approved to offer an RFPEW Assessments program. Students must have 60 days of engine room service to take the class.  It addresses competencies required under STCW-95 and satisfies the requirements of NVIC 01-06 for advancement.  This program allows you to demonstrate the actual competencies set forth by STCW requirements for both Steam and Motor.  You will work with equipment mock-ups, practical application labs, engine room simulation and actual engineering applications in a real world environment. 

 
 

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