Based on the new requirements of STCW 2010 Manila Amendments, this training course is required by all crew members employed or engaged on seagoing ships to which the ISPS Code applies. These regulations are in force and subject to the Port State Control inspections from January 1, 2014.
Duration of Course: 1 day
Attendance: Minimum 4 trainees per day.
Course objectives: Security related familiarization; and Proficiency in security awareness. On successful completion of the course, candidates will have a good awareness of maritime security and be more aware of issues involving security when alongside, at anchor and at sea. It will equip all seafarers with minimum standard competence in security awareness as outlined in the ISPS Code, Chapter XI-2 Solas Convention, section A VI/6 of the STCW Code and IMO Model Course 3.27. Circular STCW 1998-001 (Responsibilities of Companies), outlines the essential responsibilities of Companies in terms of the STCW Convention. That Convention was amended in 2010 (The Manila Amendments) and some of these come into force on 1st January 2014.
We offer a combination of lectures, videos, computer based training software and simulators, as well as online access to all material, to provide high quality training and recognised stcw certification.