ON-LINE STCW 2010 BASIC SAFETY REFRESHER TRAINING

Course/event Title: BASIC SAFETY REFRESHER TRAINING according to STCW 78 and 2010 as amended (FIRE AWARENESS, SEA SURVIVAL, ELEMENTARY FIRST AID, PERSONAL SAFETY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES)

Reference to standard: STCW 1978 as amended incl.2010 amendments, Code A-VI/1-1; A-VI/1-2; A-VI/1-3; A-VI/1-4

!!! ON-LINE TRAINING AT HOME !!!

Please choose a suitable beginning date for at home study course, complete the course booking form and we shall send you instructions how to login to our virtual training environment.

!!! IMPORTANT !!!

The duration of the temporary training arrangements is limited to the duration of the state emergency, and the certificate issued is valid for six months. At the end of the emergency situation, crew members who have been issued with a seafaring document on a temporary basis shall, in addition to demonstrate their practical skills and experience at a maritime training institute.  On completion of practical training the certificates with validity of 5 years shall be issued. The practical training shall be free of charge.

!!! IMPORTANT !!!

All seafarers are required to update their knowledge every 5 years for Basic Safety Training through participation in refresher training in accordance with STCW. 

All training are conducted in our typical state-of-the-art and high quality performance training faculities with its focus on practical elements throughout the course duration. 

Content:  Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques (Tab. A-VI/ 1-1); Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (Tab. A-VI/ 1-2); Elementary Firts Aid (Tab. A-VI/ 1-3); Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities (Tab. A-VI/ 1-4);

Approval: Estonian Maritime Administration

Accommodation: if you require so, we shall arrange hotel for you. The hotel is high quality 3 star SPA hotel. Hotel fee is 45 EUR per night single room, breakfast included. Transfer to training centre and back to hotel is complimentary.   

Instruktorid/Instructors/Инструкторы: Enn Kõrven; Aivo Palm; Kristjan Sein; Ragnar Klaamas; Raivo Männik; Ivari Sarapuu; Andry Parma; Arno Lemmik.