1. Concept, knowledge and denomination of the different elements and equipment of the ship.
Ship definition, main dimensions, brief description of its structure. Decks and holds. Live work and dead work. Openwork. Fixed and mobile elements. Cabuyería: firm and working rigging. Anchors, grapples, chains and cables. Operations with ropes and wires: knots, loops, splice and seams.
2. Government of the ship, lookout and guard services.
Use of magnetic compasses and gyrocompass. Orders to the helmsman. Watchman duties. Notions on the International Signal Regulation (acoustic signals, lights and other objects).
3. Loading and unloading operations.
Movement of weights on board. Boarding, unloading and stowage: fish, fishing gear and supplies and provisions.
4. Maneuvers of the ship in port.- Management of winches and winches. Give and release moorings. Abozar ropes and ropes. Wrapping and stripping ropes and ropes in bollards or bollards. Basic docking, undocking, anchoring and towing maneuvers. Common expressions used during maneuvers.
5. Management and maintenance.
Ship maintenance: scraping and painting of superstructures. Management and maintenance of deck equipment (winches, cranes, booms, pulleys, chains/stoppers...)
6. Safety and health in fishing operations: Classes of fishing vessels, dangers due to movements and accelerations, slippery surfaces, fire risks, use of personal protection means, watertightness in fishing vessels, drainage ports and closing doors and other openings.
7. Handling and conservation of fishing and aquaculture products. Whoever has the Food Handler Certificate issued by the competent Autonomous Community will be exempt from this section, in relation to handling.
8. Protection of the marine environment and its resources.