SBR SBR
MARINA DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS
SECOND ENGINEER (2/E)

  1. Accomplished 2E Licensure Examination Form.

  2. Birth certificate showing that the candidate is not less than 20 years of age. (PSA authenticated)

  3. Approved seagoing service, for a period of:
    1. For Class I*, not less than 12 months as OIC-EW on ships of 750 kW propulsion power or more;

    2. For Class II***, while a holder of valid COC as OIC-EW on ships of 750 kW propulsion power or more:
    1. Not less than 12 months as OIC-EW or assistant engineer officer (any engineer officer position lower than 2E) on ships of 750 kW propulsion power or more; or
    2. Not less than 36 months as OIC-EW or assistant engineer officer (any engineer officer position lower than 2E) on ships between 100 kW and 750 kW propulsion power; and
    3. In addition, the following requirements must be submitted under the following circumstances:
    1. If the approved seagoing service for Class I or Class II is beyond 5 years ago, proof of passing the theoretical examination for OIC-EW 750 kW and above (based on STCW Circular 2014-09, Annex 1), compliant with the STCW 2010 Amendments, under Regulations III/2.2.1 and III/3.2.1;
    2. The above approved seagoing service may not be substituted with other types of approved service, as those equivalents may be allowed only for Revalidation of Certificate of Competency.

  4. Valid Medical Certificate, which shall not be more than 2 years from the date of issuance, from DOH-accredited clinic/hospital with QSS in place, in accordance with Regulation I/9 of the STCW Convention; and

  5. Proof of successful completion of the approved MLCE

  6. Current Certificate of Registration (Board Certificate or License)

  7. Unexpired Certificate of Competency and Endorsement

  8. Seaman’s Identification Record Book (SIRB)

NOTE:
  • *Class I - means a Chief Engineer Officer who is qualified and certificated for seagoing ships of Unlimited Tonnage, under the STCW Convention.
  • **Class II - means a Chief Engineer Officer who is qualified and certificated for seagoing ships not exceeding 3,000 kW propulsion power, under the STCW Convention.

  • MLCE - Management Level Course - Engine
  • MHEI - Maritime Higher Education Institutions
  • QSS - Quality Standard System