Training Program covers the requirements of the STCW Convention.
Passing training program, trainee must:
- Know about contingency plans, to be able to react in case of emergency situation;
- Know emergency signals, crew members duties according to muster list, muster stations and proper use of personal protective equipment;
- Know what to do in case of emergency situation (fire, collision, grounding and ship flooding);
- Know what to do in case of emergency alarm;
- Know about drill’s importance;
- Know about emergency exits on board, use of internal communication systems and alarm systems;
- Know about ship’s influence to environment and hazards that can be in case of distress situation;
- Know about environment protection procedures;
- Know about the complexity and diversity of the marine environment;
- Understand proper use of technical equipment;
- Know about personal protective equipment;
- To be familiar with international regulations in the event of accidents
- Have an understanding of the international regulations relating to the prevention of accidents and occupational health.
- To understand about principles of effective communication between crew members;
- To be able to keep effective communication;
- Know about the importance of maintaining domestic and employment relationships on board;
- Know the basic principles of team work and general accepted practice, including conflict resolution methods;
- Be aware of social responsibility, employment conditions, rights and obligations of the individual and the risks of drug and alcohol use.
- Know about importance of Fatigue control.
In order to enter into the presented training program, trainee must represent:
- Certificate of Competency, Education Certificate or Certificate of Proficiency;
- Seamen’s book or Civil passport or ID;
- Medical Certificate or medical certificate form 100(for coastal water area seafarers’).
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 9 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 7
- Assessments Yes