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STCW

 

 

Course Objectives
 
The purpose of this ‘IMO’ model course is:

  • To provide a general introduction to fire prevention and firefighting issues while alongside, at anchor, or at the sea
  • To ensure that all seafarers meet the minimum standards of competence in fire prevention and firefighting, as outlined in the ‘STCW’-2010 Convention;( Table A-VI/1-2), and the ‘IMO’ related model course

 
Target Group
 

All seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board a ship, as part of the ships’ deck crew, galley crew or interior crew. This includes crew members of any level and designation, as well as, a high leveled deck crew as the Master.

 
Languages

English

 
Prerequisites
 
There are no particular pre- educational requirements.
Candidates must be present throughout the course.
Candidates must hold a valid medical certificate for seafarers.
 
Course Outcomes
 
Upon completion of this training, the cadet will learn the ways in which fires are caused, the precautions to be taken to prevent their occurrence, and to minimize the risk of fire eruption on ships.
 
The cadet will be able to maintain a state of readiness to respond to emergency situations involving firefighting and fire extinguishing, using firefighting apparatus and appliances provided on board.
 

Course Content

 

  • Minimizing the risk of fire and fire prevention
  • Maintaining a state of readiness to respond to emergency situations involving fire
  • Understanding the different types of fire extinguishers
  • Fighting and extinguishing a fire
  • Location of firefighting appliances and emergency escape routes
  • The elements of fire (the fire triangle)
  • Types and sources of fires
  • Flammable material, fire hazards and spread of fire
  • Fire and smoke detection systems and automatic alarm systems

 
The practical session includes live “Firefighting” scenarios.
 

Duration
 
The course duration is two days, including practical sessions.
 
Validity
 
5 years

Course Objectives
 
The purpose of this ‘IMO’ model course is:

  • To provide a general knowledge of ‘First Aid’ manners while alongside, at anchor, or at the sea
  • To train candidates to provide ‘Elementary First Aid’ on board a ship, in accordance with the ‘STCW’ – 2010 Code – (Section A-VI/1-3), and the related ‘IMO’ model course

 

Target Group
 
All seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board a ship, as part of the ships’ deck crew, galley crew or interior crew. This includes crew members of any level and designation, as well as, a high leveled deck crew as the Master.

 

Languages

 

English

 

Prerequisites

 

There are no particular pre- educational requirements.
Candidates must be present throughout the course.
Candidates must hold a valid medical certificate for seafarers.
 

Course Outcomes

 

On the successful completion of the course, candidates shall become competent to take immediate action upon encountering an accident or a medical emergency until the arrival of a person with higher medical first aid skills, or the person in charge of medical care on board.

 

Course Content

 

  • Reaction in case of emergency
  • CPR procedure
  • Shock treatment
  • Heart attack
  • Wounds
  • Fractures and dislocations
  • Burns
  • Bleeding
  • Cold shock and hypothermia
  • First aid equipment on board
  • Recovery position
  • Stretchers, transport and evacuations

 

Duration
 
1 day
 
Validity
 
5 years

Course Objectives
 
The purpose of this ‘IMO’ model course is:

  • To provide a general introduction to ‘’Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities’’ issues when alongside, at anchor, or at the sea
  • To ensure that all seafarers meet the minimum standards of competence in ‘’Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities’’ as outlined in the ‘STCW’-2010 Convention; (Table A-VI/1-4) and the ‘IMO’ model course

 
Target Group
 
All seafarers employed, or engaged in any capacity on board a ship, as part of the ships’ deck crew, galley crew or interior crew. This includes crew members of any level and designation, as well as, a high leveled deck crew as the Master.
 
Prerequisites
 
There are no particular pre- educational requirements.
Candidates must be present throughout the course.
Candidates must hold a valid medical certificate for seafarers.
 
Course Outcome
 
Upon completion of this training, the cadet will learn the ways of working relationships on board, health and hygiene issues, drugs and alcohol codes, shipboard management structure and responsibilities, emergencies and safe working practices, enhanced coverage of communications, control of fatigue, teamwork and marine environmental awareness issues.
 
Languages
 
English
 
Course Content
 

  • Be familiar with emergency procedures
  • Work safely aboard
  • Understand and execute “standing orders”
  • Importance of good communication on board
  • Understand and take part of safety drills
  • Personal hygiene
  • Control and use of safety equipment
  • Knowing the rules related to the use of drugs and alcohol
  • Understanding of human relationships

 
Duration
 
0.5 day
 
Validity
 
5 years

Course Objectives
 
The purpose of this ‘IMO’ model course is:

  • To provide a general introduction and practical training to ‘Sea Survival Techniques’ while alongside, at anchor, or at the sea
  • To ensure that all seafarers meet the minimum standards of competence in ‘’Personal Survival Techniques”, (PST), and in compliance to the ‘’STCW’’ -2010 Convention; (Table A-VI/1-1), and the ‘IMO’ related model course and the “Safety of Life at Sea” – (SOLAS) codes and regulations

 

Target Group
 
All seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board a ship, as part of the ships’ deck crew, galley crew or interior crew. This includes crew members of any level and designation, as well as, a high leveled deck crew as the Master.
 
Languages
 
English
 
Prerequisites
There are no particular pre- educational requirements.
Candidates must be present throughout the course.
Candidates must hold a valid medical certificate for seafarers.
 
Course Outcomes
 
Upon completion of this training, delegates attending this course will gain basic “Sea Survival Training Techniques” and how to use the safety equipment found on a vessel and under the “Safety of Life at Sea”- (SOLAS) regulations.
 
Course Content
 

  • Don a lifejacket
  • Correctly don and use a survival suit
  • Jump from height into water
  • Float with and without a life jacket
  • Swim wearing a life jacket
  • Board a life raft while wearing a life jacket
  • Board a survival craft from ship and water while wearing a lifejacket
  • Operate survival craft equipment
  • Operate location devices, including radio equipment

 
The practical session includes live sea survival scenarios.
 
Duration
 
1 day
 
Validity
 
5 years

Course Objectives
 
The purpose of this ‘IMO’ model course is:
 

  • To provide a general understanding to security related issues, while alongside, at anchor, or at the sea
  • To ensure that all seafarers meet the minimum standards of competence and understanding of security awareness issues. These standards are placed to enhance the ships’ security levels, in accordance with the requirements of the ‘ISPS’ Code; (Section A-VI/6-1), and the related ‘IMO’ module course, in line with the ‘SOLAS’ Code

 
Target Group
 
All seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board a ship, as part of the ships’ deck crew, galley crew or interior crew. This includes crew members of any level and designation, as well as, a high leveled deck crew as the Master.
 
This course is for all personnel on the ship, whether they have designated security duties, and are part of the ship’s security plan or not.
 
Languages
 
English
 
Prerequisites
 
There are no particular pre- educational requirements.
Candidates must be present throughout the course.
Candidates must hold a valid medical certificate for seafarers
 
Course Outcomes
 
Upon completion of this training, delegates attending this course will gain an understanding of security levels on the ship, security plans, security officer duties and measures to enhance security.
 
The candidate will also gain knowledge of the correct measures of collecting and transmitting security information, assessing security threats, the relation between governments, government agencies, the ship’s owning company, ports and security personnel.
 
Course Content
 

  • Operational requirements of the ‘ISPS’ code
  • Ship security arrangements
  • Methods of personnel search, ship search, and crowd management
  • Techniques used to circumvent security
  • Identification of restricted areas on board ship, including methods to prevent unauthorized access
  • Security levels
  • Security officer
  • Security plan
  • Response to a security incident

 
Duration
 
1 day
 
 
Validity
 
5 years