NMC Reformats Deck & Engine Examination Guide

Thursday, July 21, 2011

The National Maritime Center (NMC) has posted a new format of the Deck & Engine Examination Guide on its website. The examination guide has been rewritten to contain information pertinent to USCG administered credential examinations for deck and engine endorsements and associated regulations.

As the NMC moves forward, the new format allows the agency to quickly revise the guide in response to regulation and policy changes. Thus, the applicant can be assured of having access to the most up-to-date information concerning exams and the examination process.

Effective July 20, 2011, the document referred to as Guide for Mariners - Merchant Marine Examinations will replace the previous Deck and Engine Examination Guide. This document will contain examination information in the following format:

 Chapter One: Introduction
 Chapter Two: General Information
 Chapter Three: Engine Guidance
 Chapter Four: Deck Guidance
 Chapter Five: CFR Quick Guide

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