This course is developed with respect to the guidelines given in IMO Model Courses 1.07, 1.08 "Radar navigation at operational / management level".
Knowledge of relative motion principles and manual plotting skills is very important in order to clearly understand:
(-) how ARPA (Automatic Radar Plotting Aid) works, and
(-) how to make right decisions in order to avoid collisions with other vessels and comply with COLREGs (Collision Regulations) in different situations.
The idea of this course is not only to cover the manual radar plotting for a multi-vessel case, but to instill to a deck officer certain kind of intuitive approach, which will help to form a mental picture of certain collision avoidance situations and make right decisions as per COLREGs and according to good seamanship.
If you like to study and advance on your own pace, then this course is for you.
Lesson 1: Radar Plotting Theory
Lesson 2: Multi-vessel Collision Avoidance
* The course includes voice-over by a lecturer.
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Part A: Radar Plotting Theory
Part B: Multi-vessel Collision Avidance
Comprehensive course, which covers various aspects of Radar Plotting principles and techniques, supplemented by their practical application. Contains many important tips. Thanks for the great course!