Test users get the chance to practice each question type before they start the test and help information is available in 11 languages. A certificate of the user's result can be printed out at the end of the test.
The test is applicable to all grades of officers and ratings (including catering and hotel personnel) and focuses on the seafarers' understanding of English as opposed to their "seamanship" skills.
Who is the Test for?
The test is set withith the context of the oil and gas industry. However, it focuses on the ability to understand English as opposed to testing speacialised technical skills. It is suitable for all nationalities and positions regardless of whether they are based offshore or onshore.
The Marlins English Language Test is a online assessment tool, which tests Seafarers' understanding of both written and spoken (listening/ reading/ grammar and vocabulary) English.
Use of the Marlins English Language Test allows ship operators to demonstrate that seafarers, of whatever nationality and positions, have been assessed on their ability to communicate in English, a necessity that has been given additional emphasis by the ISM Code and the revised STCW Convention.
Marlins Approved Test Centre
Responding to trans-boundary marine incidents.
22/05/2015 IMO’s Colleen O’Hagan has emphasized the importance of widespread ratification of international conventions relating to marine pollution at a workshop on trans-boundary maritime environmental pollution, taking place in Brisbane, Australia (20-22 May). The course, aimed at technical and policy officials from ASEAN countries with operational and policy responsibility for maritime pollution, is part of an initiative by the Expanded ASEAN Maritime Forum (EAMF) on ASEAN Seafarers’ Training (EAST).
Ratification of the International Convention on Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Co-operation (OPRC) was one of the treaties highlighted by Ms O’Hagan during her keynote speech at the event, which is being co-chaired by Australia and Viet Nam and hosted by the Australia Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and the University of Queensland, Australia.
PT SSR is a private owned company, founded in September 2011, by people who have a high passion to explore the values within the Crew Manning Industry and have started its steps to actively participate in the improvement of Indonesian Seafarer to be more professional, skillful and marketable.
In the first action, we have succesfully created a new Crewing System to eliminate the whole handicap's between Crew, Agents and Principals. The system name is same as our motto “Sophisticated, Steady and Reliable” and both the system and team has a sinergy to achieve SSR's goal to be one leading player within Shipping Industry.
We have no doubt as we are bringing our Corporate Culture “Integrity, Team Work and Achievement Orientation” to implement the best working performance to achieve Customer’s satisfaction. SSR's internal management system is built efficiently to support the company's activities and achieve the goals.