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Electro-technical officer

This is an international qualification for Australian registered vessels operating in international waters.

This certificate allows you to perform the duties or functions of an Electro-technical officer on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of any propulsion power in any operating area.

Eligibility

To get an Electro-technical certificate of competency you must meet medical, sea service and course requirements. The requirements depend on whether you are getting a certificate for the first time or revalidating an existing certificate. Each requirement and how to prove that you meet them is explained in these instructions.

This certificate is issued under Marine Order 70 (Seafarer certification) 2014 and Marine Order 72 (Engineer officers) 2014made under the Navigation Act 2012.

Important disclaimer

These instructions are summary information only. We make decisions about seafarer certificates under Marine Order 70 (Seafarer certification) 2014, Marine Order 71 (Master and deck officers) 2014, Marine Order 72 (Engineer officers) 2014, Marine Order 73 (Ratings) 2014 and Marine Order 74 (Master and deck officers – yachts) 2015. Please refer to these marine orders for full details of eligibility and other requirements for certificate applications.

New certificate

What do I need to do?

To get this certificate, you need to:

With additional sea service and training courses, you can qualify for an Engineer watchkeeper certificate of competency.

Revalidate certificate

What do I need to do?

To revalidate your certificate, you need to:

With additional sea service and training courses, you can qualify for an Engineer watchkeeper certificate of competency.

Last updated: 

Friday 19 October 2018