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STCW Basic Safety Part 1 STCW Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques

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  • Duration

    2 days

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    MBS816

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STCW Basic Safety Part 1 STCW Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques

Objective

Upon successful completion of all training components, in accordance with the Training Standard, trainees will receive a Transport Canada Training Certificate.

The completed training certificate, together with two (2) documents as proof of identity, must be submitted in person to the closest Transport Canada office.

Target Group

Maritime/ Marine

Prerequisites

TRAINEE MUST BE CLEAN SHAVEN TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PRACTICAL COMPONENT OF THIS COURSE.

Trainee must be at least 16 years of age.


ITEMS REQUIRED FOR TRAINING:

- When checking in for training, please have your GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID with you (ie: Passport or Drivers Licences, etc.)
- Shorts, T-Shirt, and Socks for pool exercises
- Towels, shower facilities on site
- Lock for locker


PLEASE NOTE: Certificates CANNOT be issued unless valid Government issued ID has been presented on Day 1 of training for all RONC courses, including OPITO approved training.


Course activities will involve various physical activities.

Course Contents

The course requires a minimum of 15 hours training comprised 7.25 hours of lectures and 7.75 hours of practical exercises, which includes the written and practical evaluation. The course may take longer depending upon the background and experience of the trainees.

STCW Basic Safety Part 1 - STCW Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques. This course STCW Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques is Part 1 of the STCW BS and meets the requirements of the STCW Code as set out in Table A-VI/I-I, and sections 10.4 to 10.10 of the Transport Canada MED Standard TP 4957 (5-2016).

The aims and objectives of the training are to enable course participants to acquire knowledge, understanding and proficiency in:
1) types of emergency situations that may occur, such as collision, fire, foundering;
2) types of lifesaving appliances normally carried on various vessels;
3) equipment in survival craft;
4) location of personal lifesaving appliances;
5) principles concerning survival, including:
a) value of training and drills,
b) personal protective clothing and equipment,
c) need to be ready for any emergency,
d) actions to take when called to survival craft stations,
e) actions to take when required to abandon ship, and
f) actions to take when in the water.

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Mount Pearl

35 Beclin Rd, Suite 101, Newfoundland, Mount Pearl, A1N 5G4, Canada

+1 709 703 0026

mp@ca.relyonnutec.com

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