The STCW Basic Safety Training course is the legal minimum requirement for anyone looking for commercial work aboard vessels over 24 metres, including Superyachts and Cruise ships.
As well as the four core modules, we have now included the Proficiency in Security Awareness module as part of our course, at no additional cost to you. Although it is not an essential requirement of the course, as of 1st January 2014 all seafarers must receive approved security awareness training.
The STCW Basic Safety Training course includes:
AED 5500 per person
Personal Survival Techniques (A-VI/1-1)
Essential sea survival training to deal with a range of emergency situations. Includes the launch of a life raft, using safety equipment, preparation for sea survival and use of search and rescue organisations.
Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention (STCW A-VI/1-2)
Identifies the different types of fire that can occur on board and how to prevent them from starting. Practical training includes use of fire fighting equipment and breathing apparatus to extinguish various types and sizes of fires including in smoke filled enclosed spaces.
Elementary First Aid (A-VI/1-3)
A mixture of theory and practical sessions on how to respond to the most common emergencies on board. You will learn CPR, different bandaging methods, how to move a patient and how to improvise when there is no equipment available.
Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (A-VI/1-4)
An introduction to accident prevention and safety procedures including alarms and signals. It also covers your rights at work, employment conditions and work practices such as safe working, pollution prevention and relations with others on board.
Proficiency in Security Awareness (A-VI/6-1)
Provides knowledge, understanding and proficiency to personnel intending to work on ships who will not have any designated security duties.