INTRODUCTION

IMSA is pleased to announce we are working in association with Poole Harbour Sea Survival in Poole to offer STCW 95 Basic Safety training.

Poole Harbour Sea Survival offer the 4 training modules from the STCW 95 Basic Safety Training Qualification.

The 4 STCW 95 Basic Training modules are:

  • Personal Survival Techniques – 1 day
  • Elementary First Aid – 1 day
  • Personal Safety and Social Responsibility – 0.5 days
  • Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting – 2.5 days

You can book the modules individually or all 5 days together to suit your needs.

Book all 4 modules together

£725 inclusive VAT

The Standard of Training, Certification and Watch keeping (STCW) code requires all seafarers to receive familiarisation and basic safety training or instruction in accordance with section A-VI/1.  You will be made aware of safety procedures, the safety equipment available, employment conditions and the working environment on board a merchant vessel.  This is essential information that will keep yourself, your crewmembers and passengers safe.

On successful completion of the courses, trainees will be issued with MCA approved certification.

“This is my second time for STCW; this was far more informative and thorough than my first.”
“The course was fantastic will definitely recommend to friends”

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Candidate must be at least 18 years of age. You will need to provide a copy of photographic identification with your booking form and bring the original along on the day. The photographic identification can be either a; Discharge Book or Passport and all Merchant Navy personnel (which includes pre-Merchant Navy Students) must hold a valid ENG1 Medical Certificate.

Please note that there are practical elements on certain training modules that contain some physically demanding exercises. Any candidate unsure of their health and fitness as to their ability to participate in such activities should consult their doctor.

WHO NEEDS STCW 95 BASIC TRAINING?

To work on vessels over 24m, commercial vessels, super yachts, private yacht charter etc before being assigned shipboard duties, all persons employed or engaged on a seagoing ship other than passengers are required to undertake approved familiarisation training in personal survival techniques.  If assigned designated safety or pollution prevention duties in the operation of the ship, persons must successfully complete those elements of approved basic training, appropriate to their duties and functions.

PST – PERSONAL SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES

This half day course gives basic induction training in safety procedures, accident prevention and familiarises new seafarers with employment and working conditions aboard a ship.

“Excellent course – clear tuition that will make a real difference should you be in a real survival situation. I am very grateful to Richard for a course well taught.”

 

ASSESSMENT

There is continual assessment throughout the day finishing with a short written assessment. Successful candidates will be awarded the STCW 95 Certificate in Personal Survival Techniques on the day.

EFA – ELEMENTARY FIRST AID

This 1 day course is a good mixture of theory and practical sessions covering basic first aid and Basic Life Support skills.

“Excellent depth of knowledge from Mo the instructor, very well delivered one of the best first aid courses I have been on.”    

ASSESSMENT

There is continual assessment throughout the course via oral questioning and practical demonstration and participation.  Successful candidates will be awarded the STCW 95 Certificate in Elementary First Aid on the day.

PSSR – PERSONAL SAFETY AND SOCIAL REPONSIBILITY

This 1 day course gives basic induction training in safety procedures, accident prevention and familiarises new seafarers with employment and working conditions aboard a ship.

 “Instructor delivered it really well and made it interesting, great interaction of delegates, thanks John”

ASSESSMENT

There is continual assessment throughout the day finishing with a short written assessment. Successful candidates will be awarded the STCW 95 Certificate in Personal Safety and Social Responsibility on the day.

FIRE PREVENTION AND FIRE FIGHTING

This 2.5 day course covers the precautions to be taken to minimise the risk of fire on board a ship, the causes of fires and the first means of extinguishing them. Includes theory and training in the practical use of fire extinguishers, hoses and other fire fighting equipment. It also covers the use of breathing apparatus for fire fighting and rescue purposes. Live fire training is undertaken.

 “The fire fighting course is great with realistic training methods. “

 

ASSESSMENT

There is continual assessment throughout the course via oral questioning and practical demonstration and participation.  Successful candidates will be awarded the STCW 95 Certificate in Basic Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting on the day.

Course Price

£725 incl VAT ( full 5 day course)

Modules can also be booked individually.

PST – £145

EFA – £115

PSSR – £105

Fire Fighting – £420


 

 

Course Dates

See Our Available Course Dates Online

Please call us now to book on +44 (0) 1202 649 874

Course Venue

Training will take place in Poole, Dorset for PST, EFA & PSSR. Fire Fighting will take place near Christchurch, Dorset

Need More Information?

For more information about our course structure or to book a place on our next available course please contact us:

Call Us: +44 (0) 1202 649874

Email Us: info@imsaltd.com

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