At the end of the course, each participant should be able to:
- Understand the effects of the ship's behaviour when exposed to wind, current, shallow water, interaction with another ship and bank effect,
- Demonstrate competence in manoeuvring ships when entering locks, canals and channels and when berthing/unberthing (with or without current),
- Demonstrate adequate reactions when exposed to emergencies.
At the end of the course, the participants receive Port Revel's certificate and badge. The certificate includes the following statement:
"This certificate is issued in accordance with STCW 95, IMO Model Course 1.22 and IMO Resolution A 960,
which recommend that ensuring continued proficiency be undertaken at intervals not exceeding five years."
As an effort against falsification of certificates, a list of participants is updated each year so that customers can check real attendance of participants at any time.
At the end of each course, all participants are asked to complete a written evaluation of the course programme, the usefulness of the course and the similarity of the manoeuvres and ship models.
The Director takes any necessary action to deal with customers' complaints with appropriate feedback to them.
Port Revel is also assessed during the annual seminar held by all instructors and the Director.