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Marine Personnel Regulations (SOR/2007-115)

Regulations are current to 2019-08-28 and last amended on 2019-03-04. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 1 TO PART 1(Subsection 103(4), sections 104 and 105, item 1 of the table to subsection 148, section 184 and subsection 212(7))

Certificate Exchange and First Renewal of a Certificate Issued Before the Coming into Force of Sections 104 to 106

ItemColumn 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
Former certificatesRequirements for exchange or additional requirements applicable to first renewalsCorresponding certificate for exchange and, as the case may be, renewal of the certificateSTCW endorsementSTCW limitation
1Master mariner (issued before the coming into force of this Schedule)See note 1.Master MarinerII/2 MasterNone
2Master, Foreign-going (CFG) (issued before September 1, 1978)

Pass examination on navigation safety, level 2.

See notes 1 and 8.

Master MarinerII/2 MasterNone
3. (a)Master, Intermediate Voyage (CIV) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after July 29, 1997)NoneMaster, Near CoastalII/2 MasterNear Coastal
Chief MateII/2 Chief MateNone
(b)Master, Intermediate Voyage (CIV) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after July 29, 1997)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) engineering knowledge, level 2;

  • (b) ship construction and stability, level 5; and

  • (c) ship management, level 4.

Acquire at least 12 months of sea service after obtaining a CIV as officer in charge of the deck watch on board one or more vessels of more than 500 gross tonnage that are engaged on unlimited voyages or near coastal voyages, Class 1.

Master MarinerII/2 MasterNone
4. (a)Master, Home Trade, First Mate, Foreign-going (ON1) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after August 31, 1977 and before July 30, 1997)See note 1.Master, Near CoastalII/2 MasterNear Coastal
Chief MateII/2 Chief MateNone
(b)Master, Home Trade, First Mate, Foreign-going (ON1) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after August 31, 1977 and before July 30, 1997)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) engineering knowledge, level 2;

  • (b) ship construction and stability, level 5; and

  • (c) ship management, level 4.

Acquire at least 12 months of sea service after obtaining an ON1 as officer in charge of the deck watch on board one or more vessels of more than 500 gross tonnage that are engaged on unlimited voyages or near coastal voyages, Class 1.

See note 1.

Master MarinerII/2 MasterNone
5Master, Home Trade (CHT) (issued before September 1, 1977)

Pass an examination on navigation safety, level 2.

See notes 1 and 8.

Master, Near CoastalII/2 MasterNear Coastal
Chief MateII/2 Chief MateNone
6. (a)Master, Local Voyage (CLV) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after July 29, 1997)See note 1.Master, Near CoastalII/2 MasterNear Coastal
(b)Master, Local Voyage (CLV) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after July 29, 1997)
  • (a) Pass examinations on communications, levels 1 and 2;

  • (b) successfully complete an approved training course in or pass an examination on celestial navigation, level 2; and

  • (c) successfully complete an approved training course in knowledge and use of a marine sextant.

See note 1.

Master, Near CoastalII/2 MasterNear Coastal
Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
7. (a)Master, Inland Waters (CN1) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after August 31, 1977 and before July 30, 1997)See note 1.Master, Near CoastalII/2 MasterNear Coastal
(b)Master, Inland Waters (CN1) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after August 31, 1977 and before July 30, 1997)
  • (a) Successfully complete an approved training course in or pass an examination on celestial navigation, level 2; and

  • (b) successfully complete an approved training course in knowledge and use of a marine sextant.

See note 1.

Master, Near CoastalII/2 MasterNear Coastal
Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
8. (a)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, local voyage (CLV 350) (issued after July 29, 1997) with or without STCW 95 Master 500 gross tonnage endorsementNoneMaster 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
See note 5.See note 5.
(b)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, local voyage (CLV 350) (issued after July 29, 1997) with or without STCW 95 Master 500 gross tonnage endorsementAcquire at least 12 months of sea service, after obtaining the CLV 350 and before the coming into force of this Schedule, as master or chief mate on board one or more vessels of at least 200 gross tonnage that are engaged on voyages other than sheltered waters voyages.Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
(c)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, local voyage (CLV 350) (issued after July 29, 1997) with STCW 95 Master 3 000 gross tonnage endorsementNoneMaster 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
9. (a)Master, ship of not more than 350 gross tonnage or tug, home trade or inland waters (Command endorsement) (issued after August 31, 1977 and before July 30, 1997) with or without STCW 95 Master 500 gross tonnage endorsementSee note 1.Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
See note 5.See note 5.
(b)Master, ship of not more than 350 gross tonnage or tug, home trade or inland waters (Command endorsement) (issued after August 31, 1977 and before July 30, 1997) with or without STCW 95 Master 500 gross tonnage endorsement
  • (a) Pass examinations on communications, levels 1 and 2; and

  • (b) acquire at least 12 months of sea service, after obtaining a Command endorsement and before the coming into force of this Schedule, as master or chief mate on board one or more vessels of at least 200 gross tonnage that are engaged on voyages other than sheltered waters voyages.

See notes 1 and 8.

Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
(c)Master, ship of not more than 350 gross tonnage or tug, home trade or inland waters (Command endorsement) (issued after August 31, 1977 and before July 30, 1997) with STCW 95 Master 3 000 gross tonnage endorsementNoneMaster 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
10. (a)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, home trade voyage (CHT 350) (issued before September 1, 1977) with STCW 95 Master 500 gross tonnage endorsementNoneMaster 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
See note 5.See note 5.
(b)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, home trade voyage (CHT 350) (issued before September 1, 1977) with STCW 95 Master 500 gross tonnage endorsementAcquire at least 12 months of sea service after obtaining the CHT 350 and before the coming into force of this Schedule, as master or chief mate on board one or more vessels of at least 200 gross tonnage that are engaged on voyages other than sheltered waters voyages.Master 500 Gross Tonnage Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
(c)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, home trade voyage (CHT 350) (issued before September 1, 1977)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation safety, level 1; and

  • (b) meteorology, level 1.

See note 1.

Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
See note 5.See note 5.
(d)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, home trade voyage (CHT 350) (issued before September 1, 1977)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation safety, level 1; and

  • (b) meteorology, level 1.

Acquire at least 12 months of sea service, after obtaining the CHT 350 and before the coming into force of this Schedule, as chief mate or master on board one or more vessels of at least 200 gross tonnage that are engaged on voyages other than sheltered waters voyages.

See note 1.

Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
(e)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, home trade voyage (CHT 350) (issued before September 1, 1977)See notes 1 and 6.Renewal (see note 7).NoneN/A
(f)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, home trade voyage (CHT 350) (issued before September 1, 1977) with STCW 95 Master 3 000 gross tonnage endorsementNoneMaster 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
11First Mate Foreign-going (1MFG) (issued after March 22, 1966 and before September 1, 1977)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation safety, level 2;

  • (b) deviascope; and

  • (c) ship management, level 3.

See notes 2 to 4 and 8.

Chief MateII/2 Chief MateNone
12. (a)First Mate, Intermediate Voyage (1MIV) (issued after July 29, 1997)

Pass examinations on communications, levels 1 and 2.

See note 8.

Chief Mate, Near CoastalII/2 Chief MateNear Coastal
Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
(b)First Mate, Intermediate Voyage (1MIV) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after July 29, 1997)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation systems and instruments;

  • (b) navigation safety, level 2;

  • (c) meteorology, level 2;

  • (d) communications, levels 1 and 2; and

  • (e) cargo, level 3.

Chief MateII/2 Chief MateNone
13. (a)First mate, local voyage (1MLV) (issued after July 29, 1997)

Pass examinations on communications, levels 1 and 2.

See note 8.

Chief Mate, Near CoastalII/2 Chief MateNear Coastal
(b)First mate, local voyage (1MLV) (issued after July 29, 1997)
  • (a) Pass examinations on communications, levels 1 and 2, except if the certificate is already STCW 95 endorsed;

  • (b) successfully complete an approved training course in or pass an examination on celestial navigation, level 2; and

  • (c) successfully complete an approved training course in knowledge and use of a marine sextant.

Chief Mate, Near CoastalII/2 Chief MateNear Coastal
Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
14. (a)First Mate Home Trade, Second Mate Foreign-going (ON2) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after August 31, 1976 and before July 30, 1997)See notes 2 to 4.Chief Mate, Near CoastalII/2 Chief MateNear Coastal
Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
(b)First Mate Home Trade, Second Mate Foreign-going (ON2) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after August 31, 1976 and before July 30, 1997)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation systems and instruments;

  • (b) navigation safety, level 2;

  • (c) meteorology, level 2; and

  • (d) cargo, level 3.

See notes 2 to 4.

Chief MateII/2 Chief MateNone
15First Mate, Home Trade (1MHT) (issued after March 22, 1966 and before September 1, 1976)

Pass an examination on navigation safety, level 2.

See notes 2 to 4 and 8.

Chief Mate, Near CoastalII/2 Chief MateNear Coastal
Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
16. (a)First Mate, Inland Waters (CN2) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after August 31, 1976 and before July 30, 1997)See notes 2 to 4.Chief Mate, Near CoastalII/2 Chief MateNear Coastal
(b)First Mate, Inland Waters (CN2) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after August 31, 1976 and before July 30, 1997)
  • (a) Successfully complete an approved training course in or pass an examination on celestial navigation, level 2; and

  • (b) successfully complete an approved training course in knowledge and use of a marine sextant.

See notes 2 to 4.

Chief Mate, Near CoastalII/2 Chief MateNear Coastal
Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
17Second Mate Foreign-going (2MFG) (issued after March 22, 1966 and before September 1, 1975)

Pass an examination on navigation safety, level 1.

See notes 2, 3 and 8.

Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
18Watchkeeping Mate, ship (WKMS) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after July 29, 1997)NoneWatchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
19Restricted Watchkeeping Mate, ship (WKMR) with or without STCW 95 endorsement (issued after July 29, 1997)NoneWatchkeeping Mate, Near CoastalII/1 OOWNear Coastal
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
20. (a)Watchkeeping Mate (WKM) (issued after August 31, 1975 and before July 30, 1997)

Pass examinations on communications, levels 1 and 2.

See notes 2, 3 and 8.

Watchkeeping Mate, Near CoastalII/1 OOWNear Coastal
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
(b)Watchkeeping Mate (WKM) (issued after August 31, 1975 and before July 30, 1997)
  • (a) Pass examinations on communications, levels 1 and 2;

  • (b) successfully complete an approved training course in or pass an examination on celestial navigation, level 2; and

  • (c) successfully complete an approved training course in knowledge and use of a marine sextant.

See notes 2 and 3.

Watchkeeping MateII/1 OOWNone
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage
21Second Mate Home Trade (2MHT) (issued before September 1, 1975)

Pass an examination on navigation safety, level 1.

See notes 2, 3 and 8.

Watchkeeping Mate, Near CoastalII/1 OOWNear Coastal
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
22. (a)Master, inland waters (CIW) (issued before September 1, 1977)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation safety, level 2;

  • (b) meteorology, level 2; and

  • (c) engineering knowledge, level 2.

See notes 1 and 8.

Master, Near CoastalII/2 MasterNear Coastal
(b)Master, inland waters (CIW) (issued before September 1, 1977)See notes 1 and 6.RenewalNoneN/A
23. (a)Master, Minor Waters (CMW)

Successfully complete the following courses:

  • (a) SEN limited;

  • (b) MED in advanced fire fighting; and

  • (c) MED for senior officers.

Master 3 000 Gross Tonnage, Domestic limited to a near coastal voyage, Class 2 if the voyage is a “minor waters voyage” as defined in the Canada Shipping Act, in the version that was in force immediately before the coming into force of the Act.NoneN/A
(b)Master, Minor Waters (CMW) with continued proficiency endorsement with technical restrictions (CPRT)
  • (a) Successfully complete the applicable courses in MED, as required by section 130 or 131, depending on the vessel’s gross tonnage; and

  • (b) if the certificate is for a vessel of 60 gross tonnage or more, successfully complete a course in SEN limited, or pass an oral and practical examination on SEN on board the vessel.

Master, Limited for a vessel of 60 gross tonnage or more, or Master, Limited certificate for a vessel of less than 60 gross tonnage, as per the vessel’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
24. (a)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, inland waters voyage (CIW 350) (issued before September 1, 1977) with STCW 95 Master 500 gross tonnage endorsementNoneMaster 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
See note 5.See note 5.
(b)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, inland waters voyage (CIW 350) (issued before September 1, 1977) with STCW 95 Master 500 gross tonnage endorsementAcquire at least 12 months of sea service as master or chief mate on board one or more vessels of at least 200 gross tonnage that are engaged on voyages other than sheltered waters voyages, acquired after obtaining a CIW 350 and before the coming into force of this Schedule.Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
(c)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, inland waters voyage (CIW 350) (issued before September 1, 1977)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation safety, level 1; and

  • (b) meteorology, level 1.

See note 1.

Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
See note 5.See note 5.
(d)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, inland waters voyage (CIW 350) (issued before September 1, 1977)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation safety, level 1; and

  • (b) meteorology, level 1.

Acquire at least 12 months of sea service as master or chief mate on board one or more vessels of at least 200 gross tonnage that are engaged on voyages other than sheltered waters voyages, acquired after obtaining a CIW 350 and before the coming into force of this Schedule.

See note 1.

Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
(e)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, inland waters voyage (CIW 350) (issued before September 1, 1977)See notes 1 and 6.RenewalNoneN/A
(f)Master, ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, inland waters voyage (CIW 350) (issued before September 1, 1977) with STCW 95 Master 3 000 Gross Tonnage endorsementNoneMaster 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
II/2 MasterTug 3 000 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
25. (a)Certificate of service as master of a steamship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage

Pass examinations on

  • (a) communications, levels 1 and 2;

  • (b) SIM I;

  • (c) chartwork and pilotage, level 2;

  • (d) navigation safety, level 1;

  • (e) meteorology, level 1;

  • (f) ship management, level 2;

  • (g) ship construction and stability, level 3;

  • (h) cargo, level 1;

  • (i) engineering knowledge, level 1;

  • (j) general ship knowledge, level 3; and

  • (k) general seamanship.

See notes 1 and 8.

Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near CoastalII/3 Master500 Gross Tonnage Near Coastal
(b)Certificate of service as master of a steamship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnageSee notes 1 and 6.Renewal (see note 7).NoneN/A
26. (a)First Mate, Inland Waters (1MIW) (issued on or after March 23, 1966 but before September 1, 1976)

Pass examinations on

  • (a) navigation safety, level 2; and

  • (b) engineering knowledge, level 1.

See notes 2, 4 and 8.

Chief Mate, Near CoastalII/2 Chief MateNear Coastal
(b)First Mate, Inland Waters (1MIW) (issued on or after March 23, 1966 but before September 1, 1976)See notes 2, 4 and 6.RenewalNoneN/A
27. (a)Second Mate, Inland Waters (2MIW) (issued on or after March 23, 1966 but before September 1, 1975)

Pass an examination on navigation safety, level 1.

See notes 2, 3 and 8.

Watchkeeping Mate, Near CoastalII/1 OOWNear Coastal
II/2 Chief Mate3 000 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
(b)Second Mate, Inland Waters (2MIW) (issued on or after March 23, 1966 but before September 1, 1975)See notes 2, 3 and 6.RenewalNoneN/A
28Master, long run ferry (CFLR) (issued before July 30, 1997) with or without STCW 95 endorsementSee notes 1 and 6.Renewal (see note 7).II/2 MasterFerry, Near Coastal
29Master, intermediate run ferry (issued before July 30, 1997)See notes 1 and 6.RenewalNoneN/A
30Master, short run ferry (issued before July 30, 1997)

Successfully complete the applicable approved training course in MED and the applicable course in SEN required by section 130 or 131, depending on the ferry’s gross tonnage.

See note 6.

RenewalNoneN/A
31First mate, long run ferry (1MFLR) (issued before July 30, 1997) with or without STCW 95 endorsementSee notes 2, 4 and 6.Renewal (see note 7).II/2 Chief MateFerry, Near Coastal
32First mate, intermediate run ferry (issued before July 30, 1997)See notes 2, 4 and 6.RenewalNoneN/A
33First mate, short run ferry (issued before July 30, 1997)

Successfully complete the applicable approved training course in MED and the applicable course in SEN required by section 137 or 138, depending on the ferry’s gross tonnage.

See note 6.

RenewalNoneN/A
34Master, limited for an intermediate run ferry (issued after July 29, 1997)Successfully complete the applicable approved training course in MED and the applicable course in SEN required by section 130 or 131, depending on the ferry’s gross tonnage.Master, Limited for a vessel of 60 gross tonnage or more, as per the ferry’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
Master, Limited certificate for a vessel of less than 60 gross tonnage, as per the ferry’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
35Master, limited for a short run ferry (issued after July 29, 1997)Successfully complete the applicable approved training course in MED and the applicable course in SEN required by section 130 or 131, depending on the ferry’s gross tonnage.Master, Limited for a vessel of 60 gross tonnage or more, as per the ferry’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
Master, Limited certificate for a vessel of less than 60 gross tonnage, as per the ferry’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
36First mate, limited for an intermediate run ferry (issued after July 29, 1997)Successfully complete the applicable approved training course in MED and the applicable course in SEN required by section 137 or 138, depending on the ferry’s gross tonnage.Chief Mate, Limited certificate for a vessel of 60 gross tonnage or more, as per the ferry’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
Chief Mate, Limited certificate for a vessel of less than 60 gross tonnage, as per the ferry’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
37First mate, limited for a short run ferry (issued after July 29, 1997)Successfully complete the approved training courses in MED and SEN required by, depending on the ferry’s gross tonnage, section 137 or 138.Chief Mate, Limited certificate for a vessel of 60 gross tonnage or more, as per the ferry’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
Chief Mate, Limited certificate for a vessel of less than 60 gross tonnage, as per the ferry’s gross tonnageNoneN/A
38. (a)Fishing master (issued before March 21, 1980)

Successfully complete either course referred to in note 2, or SEN limited.

See notes 3 and 6.

RenewalNoneN/A
(b)Fishing master (issued before March 21, 1980)

Successfully complete an approved training course in MED with respect to basic safety.

See note 6.

Renewal, the validity of which is limited to the validity of a Fishing Master, Third Class certificateNoneN/A
39. (a)Fishing master, restricted (issued before March 21, 1980)

Successfully complete either course referred to in note 2, or SEN limited.

See notes 3 and 6.

RenewalNoneN/A
(b)Fishing master, restricted (issued before March 21, 1980)

Successfully complete an approved training course in MED with respect to basic safety.

See note 6.

Renewal, the validity of which is limited to the validity of a Fishing Master, Third Class certificateNoneN/A
40Fishing mate (issued before March 21, 1980)

Successfully complete an approved training course in MED with respect to basic safety.

See note 6.

RenewalNoneN/A
41Watchkeeping mate fishing (issued before March 21, 1980)

Successfully complete an approved training course in MED with respect to basic safety.

See note 6.

RenewalNoneN/A
42. (a)Chief engineer, motor-driven fishing vessel

Pass the written examinations referred to in section 146 and an oral examination on the same subjects.

See notes 3 and 4.

Third-class Engineer, Motor ShipIII/3 Second Engineer, Motor Ship3 000 kW
(b)Chief engineer, motor-driven fishing vesselNoneThird-class Engineer, Motor ShipIII/1 Engineer in charge of the watch (Motor Ship)None
43Chief Engineer (Motor Ship or Steamship)NoneThird-class EngineerIII/3 Chief Engineer (Motor Ship or Steamship, as the case may be)2 000 kW
44Second Engineer (Motor Ship or Steamship)NoneFourth-class EngineerIII/3 Second Engineer (Motor Ship or Steamship, as the case may be)2 000 kW
45. (a)Third-class Engineer, Motor Ship or Steamship issued before January 3, 1994 that bears an STCW 95 endorsement only as engineer in charge of the engineering watch

Pass the following examinations, at the third-class engineer level:

  • (a) written examination on thermodynamics;

  • (b) written examination on electrotechnology; and

  • (c) an oral examination.

Third-class Engineer, Motor Ship or Steamship, as the case may be.III/3 Second Engineer (Motor Ship or Steamship, as the case may be)3 000 kW
(b)Third-class Engineer, Motor Ship or Steamship issued before January 3, 1994 that bears an STCW 95 endorsement only as engineer in charge of the engineering watchNoneThird-class Engineer, Motor Ship or Steamship, as the case may be.III/1 Engineer in charge of the watch (Motor Ship or Steamship, as the case may be)None
46Restricted engineer, motor shipNoneSmall Vessel Machinery Operator (restricted to a vessel described in subsection 151(2))NoneN/A
47Any certificates not listed in this ScheduleAdditional requirements determined on the basis of a comparison between the training, knowledge and experience required to obtain the former certificate with those required under these Regulations to obtain the certificate the applicant is seeking to receive in exchange.The certificate that may be obtained by the applicant on the basis of their training, knowledge and experience that has been acquired previously and that has been acquired in respect of their application.The endorsement or endorsements of the certificate obtained in exchange.The limitations corresponding to the endorsement, as the case may be.
  • Note 1: An applicant who does not have an STCW 95 endorsement shall provide to the examiner training certificates with respect to the following:

    • (a) SEN Level II, completed after September 1, 1989, or ARPA; and

    • (b) MED for senior officers.

  • Note 2: An applicant shall provide to the examiner a training certificate in SEN Level I, completed after September 1, 1989, or ARPA.

  • Note 3: An applicant shall provide to the examiner the following training certificates:

    • (a) MED training with respect to proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats; and

    • (b) MED in advanced fire fighting.

  • Note 4: An applicant shall provide to the examiner a training certificate with respect to MED for senior officers.

  • Note 5: In respect of a tug, a non-STCW endorsement limited to a tug of up to 3 000 gross tonnage that is engaged on a limited, contiguous waters voyage.

  • Note 6: Renewal of the certificate in accordance with the requirements of section 105.

  • Note 7: Renewal of the certificate for limited, contiguous waters voyages, subject to any other limitations on the certificate before its renewal.

  • Note 8: If the certificate to be exchanged has an STCW 95 endorsement, the examination requirements set out in column 2 do not apply.

 
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