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Crew Evaluation Test online for seamans about Assessor Training

“Seagull CES marine test online about Assessor Training” (Crew Evaluation Test) will help marine specialists in preparation to exams for getting certificate of confidence.

This test contains 30 questions. Mode “Practice” and “Exam” have one difference – in “Exam” mode you can’t ask the computer to show you the right answer.

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As an assessor you have been asked to evaluate the competence of an individual with respect to the STCW95 function “Controlling the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the operational level”. Recommend a method for demonstrating competence of practical skills:
In-service demonstration.
Project assignments.
Written tests.
Oral tests.
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As an assessor you have been asked to evaluate the competence of an individual with respect to the STCW95 function “Controlling the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the operational level”. Select the option, which is the most suitable evidence source for an assessor to evaluate competence in the required practical skills:
In-service demonstration.
Project assignments.
Written tests.
Oral tests.
Next question
Before a seafarer is allocated to any duty he/she should:
Pass a relevant onshore training course.
Be given proper familiarisation with the duty.
Go through a dedicated computer training module for the actual duty.
Get a good night sleep.
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How many competence elements are defined by NMD in the “Assess Candidate Performance” table?
2.
4.
6.
8.
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How many function areas are defined in the STCW95 Convention?
7.
6.
5.
4.
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How many responsibility levels are defined in the STCW Code?
1.
2.
3.
4.
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In STCW95 standards of competence is defined for:
Officers professional certificates only.
Only for officers and rating on watch.
Competence for master, officers, ratings and other personnel, related to duty and safety functions.
The in-service assessor.
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The ISM Code implies that the ship’s complement is able to operate their ship in a safe manner and without polluting the environment. Who has the obligation to fulfill this implication?
The flag state.
The port state.
The shipping company.
The individual seafarer.
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The ISM Code is part of:
SOLAS.
STCW.
MARPOL.
High Speed Craft Code.
Next question
The ISM Code states that the shipping company has to:
Develop career plans for all categories of ship personnel.
Develop career plans for senior officers.
Establish and maintain procedures for identifying any training, which may be required.
Develop a training plan for training supervisor and on board training instructors.
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The Safety Management System requires that the shipping company develops and implements:
A system for voyage planning.
A system for main engine maintenance.
A system to report, analyse and follow up non-conformities, accidents and hazardous situations.
A system for managing unplanned maintenance tasks.
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The competence elements for an assessor are described by:
Knowledge and proficiency requirements only.
Knowledge, understanding and proficiency requirements only.
Knowledge, understanding and proficiency, methods for demonstrating competence and criteria for evaluating competence.
Criteria for demonstrating competence only.
Next question
The four letters in STCW Convention stands for:
Seafarers Training, Certification and Watch keeping.
Ship owners Tracking Control World-wide.
Ship owners Training, Certification and Watch keeping.
Standards for Training, Certification and Watch keeping.
Next question
The tables defining standards of competence have:
4 columns named – competence – knowledge, understanding and proficiency – methods for demonstrating competence – criteria for evaluating competence.
4 columns named – function – competence – knowledge, understanding and proficiency – competence evaluation.
4 columns named – competence – knowledge and understanding – proficiency – methods for demonstrating competence.
3 columns named – competence – knowledge, understanding and proficiency – criteria for demonstrating competence.
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The training supervisor has asked you to do an in-service assessment of basic understanding of the competence element “Operate emergency equipment and apply emergency procedures”. Which of the listed methods would you recommend for this task?
Observation during normal work situations.
Observation in designed test situations.
Interview.
Computer based multiple choice questions.
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The training supervisor has asked you to do an in-service assessment of proficiency regarding the competence element “Operate life-saving appliances” which of the following methods would you recommend?
Observation during normal work situations.
Written test.
Written test and interview.
Observation of a designed test case.
Next question
The training supervisor has asked you to do an in-service assessment of the basic understanding of the competence element “Operate emergency equipment and apply emergency procedures”. Which of the listed methods would you recommend for this task?
Observation during normal work situations.
Observation in designed test situations.
Interview.
Computer based multiple choice questions.
Next question
The training supervisor has asked you to do an in-service assessment of the proficiency regarding the competence element “Operate lifesaving appliances”, which of the following methods would you recommend?
Observation during normal work situation.
Observation of a designed test case.
Written test.
Written test and interview.
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What are interviews useful for?
Assessment of knowledge, understanding and attitudes.
Assessment of practical skills.
Checking ability to use bridge instrumentation.
Checking ability to write reports.
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What are the names of the responsibility levels specified in the STCW Code?
Management, operational and support.
Senior officers, junior officers and ratings.
Deck, engine and catering.
Management, operational and assistance.
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What is meant by competence within the STCW95 framework?
The ability to perform activities to the standards required in employment.
The knowledge needed for performing a work task.
The motivation of the seafarer when coping with a difficult task.
The level of understanding of complex work tasks.
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What is meant by the expression “Standard of competence”?
The level of proficiency to be achieved for the proper performance of functions on board ships.
The level of knowledge needed to understand how a ship should be operated.
The level of understanding needed to demonstrate ability to cope with specific work tasks on board.
The lower performance limit for all types of shipboard personnel.
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What is the main task of Training Supervisor?
Coordinate and facilitate on board and on shore training relating to certification requirements.
Train and retrain instructors and assessors.
Fight for money for training activities.
Check that all crewmembers have valid certificates.
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What is the master’s main responsibility and authority? Mark the 3 correct answers in the list:
Motivating the crew in the observation of the safety and environmental protection policy.
Giving press conferences following incidents/accidents.
Issuing appropriate orders and instructions in a clear and simple manner.
Verifying that specified requirements are observed.
Approving “Training Record Book” for cadets and junior officers.
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What is the strength of computer based assessment tools for in-service assessment?
There will not be any feedback.
Scoring will always be objective.
Such tools are designed for performance assessment.
Attitudes and motivation can be scored using such tools.
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What is the strength of “observations of work activities” as assessment method?
Provides high quality evidence of competence.
Competence can easily be demonstrated across the full range of operational conditions.
Can be used in emergency situations.
Easy to evaluate.
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Where are the standards of competence for Training Supervisor, Instructor and Assessor specified?
The standards of competence are defined in the Convention articles.
The standards of competence are vaguely defined in A-I/6.
The standards of competence are defined in part B.
The standards are not defined anywhere in the STCW Code.
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Which of the listed methods are the most objective for assessing the knowledge component in the competence element “Organise and manage the provision of medical care on board” in the function “Controlling the ship/care for persons on board at the management level”?
Observations.
Interviews.
Projects and assignments.
Computer based assessment.
Next question
Which of the listed methods would you recommend for assessing the understanding of the competence element “Organise and manage the crew” in the function “Controlling the ship for persons on board at the management level”?
Observation and Interviews.
Written test.
Projects and assignments.
Computer based assessment.
Next question
You are planning an in-service assessment session. The competence element to be assessed is: “Ensure compliance with pollution prevention requirements” from the function “Controlling the operation/care for persons on board”. Which assessment method would you recommend?
Observation in normal operation.
Observation of a designed test case.
Written exercise.
Interview.
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* In some questions may be more, than one right answer.
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