This exam is administered remotely (online)! You do not need to come to our training center for this.
BETWEEN TIME OF BOOKING AND EXAM SHOULD BE 5 DAYS PREPARATION TIME FOR THE CANDIDATE
The Maritime Dutch Law Assessment (online) exam covers the Dutch law of which a captain must have knowledge in order to have a sailing license recognized and/or obtain a Dutch sailing license. First mates and chief engineers must be able to demonstrate in writing that they have knowledge of Dutch law.
Dutch Law exam Law and Public Authority
Captains of non-Dutch nationality wishing to sail under Dutch flag (Seafarers Act May 3, 2014)
Conditions for participation
Good knowledge of the English language, as the Maritime Dutch Law Assessment exam is conducted orally in English. Mate or engineer trained according to STCW 1978 (including Manila Amendments 2010). The participant is expected to have studied the syllabus thoroughly. The syllabus can be requested from DRTC via email(firstname.lastname@example.org)
The syllabus covers the following laws and regulations, among others:
– Seafarers Act
– Shipping law
– Naval Letters Act
– Working Conditions Act
– Marine Equipment Act 2016
– Prevention of Pollution from Ships Act
– Commercial Code
– Civil Code
The (oral) exam lasts 60 minutes. Use of the syllabus is permitted.
Exam can be conducted remotely via Microsoft Teams under conditions.
Upon successful completion of the examination, the trainee will receive a certificate in accordance with Article 10 of the Seafarers’ Decree for Commercial and Sailing Vessels and with the regulations of section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the STCW (incl. Manila Amendments 2010)
Number of participants
The Maritime Dutch Law Assessment exam is administered on an individual basis.
Dates open enrollment scheduled on website. Course dates upon request:
Registration for this at least 2 weeks in advance.