Reference to standard: STCW 1978 as amended including STCW2010 Code A-VI/1 . IMO Model course 1.13, 1.19, 1.20, 1.21.

NB! It is a combined on-line home-learning and practical training course consisting of online independent home-based learning in the Viking Safety Academy learning environment, an online lecture in the Zoom environment and hands-on learning at the Reval Training Center. Practical training takes place when the emergency situation is over or instructions are given from the authorities. After registering for the course, we will email you with instructions for logging in to the learning and lecture environment. Information about Practical Learning Days will be emailed to you ASAP. You will receive a certificate of completion of the training once the practical training day has been successfully completed.

Course content in accordance to the Model course 1.13 and STCW 2010 Code A-VI/1-3, Model course 1.20 and STCW 2010 Code A-VI/1-2; Model course 1.21 and STCW 2010 Code A-VI/1-4; Model course 1.19 and STCW 2010 Code A-VI/1-1. Short presentations about theory are mixed with practical exercises in a realistic training environment with approved equipment. Course covers the following topics: Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques; Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting; Elementary First Aid; Personal Safety and Social Responsibility

On last day of the course you can attend also the STCW Secuirty awareness training course, course infomation is available here

Approval: Course is approved by Estonian Maritime Administration

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

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.