6345 Risk Assessment at Sea Training Course
This course explores how to put risk assessment into practice on board ship. Candidates will understand that risk assessment is a useful tool that helps prevent accidents, incidents and injuries at sea.
US $300.00
6301 [STCW] Advanced Liquefied Gas Tanker Training Course
If you are a Master, Chief Engineer, Chief Mate, Second Engineer or any person with immediate responsibility for loading, discharging, care in transit, handling of cargo, tank cleaning or other cargo-related operations on tankers, you must complete advanced training for tanker operations
US $1,150.00
6303 [STCW] Advanced Oil Tanker Training Course
If you are a Master, Chief Engineer, Chief Mate, Second Engineer or any person with immediate responsibility for loading, discharging, care in transit, handling of cargo, tank cleaning or other cargo-related operations on tankers, you must complete advanced training for tanker operations
US $1,150.00
6304 [STCW] Basic Liquefied Gas Tanker Training Course
If you are an officer or rating assigned specific duties or responsibilities related to cargo or cargo equipment on tankers, you must complete basic training for tanker operations before taking up such duties. This training must be in accordance with STCW Convention Regulations V/1-1 and V/1-2.
US $600.00
6305 [STCW] Basic Oil and Chemical Tanker Training Course
If you are an officer or rating assigned specific duties or responsibilities related to cargo or cargo equipment on tankers, you must complete basic training for tanker operations before taking up such duties. This training must be in accordance with STCW Convention Regulations V/1-1 and V/1-2.
US $600.00
6370 [STCW] Basic Training for Service on Ships Covered by the IGF code
This course provides the basic training required by seafarers responsible for designated safety duties associated with the care, use and emergency response for vessels using fuels covered within the IGF Code.
US $600.00
6325 [STCW] Crisis Management & Human Behaviour Training Course (MCA Approved)
If you work onboard a passenger ship and are designated on the muster lists as having responsibility for the safety of passengers in emergency situations onboard passenger ships, you must, prior to taking up shipboard duties, have completed crisis management and human behaviour training
US $400.00
6321 [STCW] Designated Security Duties Training Course (MCA Approved)
This course explores the role and responsibilities of personnel onboard ship with designated security duties. It introduces the ship security plan, examines ship security risks and threats and looks at the importance of regular security inspections.
US $500.00
6340 Safety Officer Training Course (Videotel)
Safety officers are appointed on ships with 5 or more seafarers onboard and this course provides the training required by those newly appointed or about to be appointed to the role.
US $400.00
6322 [STCW] Ship Security Officer Training Course (MCA Approved)
When the ISPS Code was introduced in 2004, most ships were required to have a Security Officer. The training requires that the Ship’s Security Officer (SSO) will maintain an effective security system on board working in conjunction with the Company Security Officer (CSO).
US $500.00
6320 [STCW] Security Awareness Training Course (MCA Approved)
The purpose of this course is to give personnel onboard ship without a designated security duty the requisite knowledge needed to meet the requirements of Chapter VI of the STCW Convention and Code 1978, as amended by the 2010 Manila amendments.
US $400.00
6302 [STCW] Advanced Chemical Tanker Training Course
If you are a Master, Chief Engineer, Chief Mate, Second Engineer or any person with immediate responsibility for loading, discharging, care in transit, handling of cargo, tank cleaning or other cargo-related operations on tankers, you must complete advanced training for tanker operations
US $1,150.00
6110 Safety Officer Training Course (Seagull)
To be able to reduce the number of accidents it is critical to ensure well-organized safety work on board the ship. The Safety Officer has a key role in organizing safety work, building and enforcing a strong safety culture, developing best practice, and analysing accidents and near misses.
US $400.00