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Generic name of profession - Ship's Deck officer class II / 1st mate

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Table showing all countries in which this profession is regulated, with the name of the profession as used in the country. By clicking on the name you can access details of the regulated profession with the competent authorities and points of contact.

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Name of regulated profession Country Region Recognition under Directive 2005/36/EC
Overstyrmand > 3.000 BT (styrmand af 1. grad) Denmark All regions General system of recognition - primary application
Overstyrmann Norway All regions General system of recognition - primary application
Patrón de cabotaje del sector de la marina mercante Spain All regions General system of recognition - primary application
Prvi častnik krova na ladjah z bruto tonažo med 500 in 3000 Slovenia All regions General system of recognition - primary application
Ships Deck officer class II Merchant Marine Ireland All regions General system of recognition - primary application
Stuurman (binnenvaart) Netherlands All regions General system of recognition - primary application
Stuurman grote zeilvaart Netherlands All regions General system of recognition - primary application
Stuurman handelsvaart Netherlands All regions General system of recognition - primary application
stuurman-werktuigkundige kleine schepen Netherlands All regions General system of recognition - primary application
Chief Mate Malta All regions Not applicable
Ofiter Punte Secund Romania All regions Not applicable
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