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STCW 95 (STCW 2010)

7 The Square., Marina Bay., Gibraltar, GX11 1AA

  • Price: GBP (£)950 (Inc VAT if applicable)

Course Details

  • School Allabroad Maritime Academy
  • Location 7 The Square., Marina Bay., Gibraltar, GX11 1AA
  • All Dates Please contact us for dates and availability
  • Duration 5 day(s)
  • Accommodation Included Yes
  • Reference STCW10

UK MCA Accredited Training Centre

Allabroad Limited first became a MCA Accredited Training Centre in 2008 running first the STCW95 Personal Survival Techniques & STCW95 Elementary First Aid, with the STCW95 Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting following in December 2011. We started under the trading name of Gtec Maritime Training; mostly due to the fact that you can not have the word 'Gibraltar' in your business or trading name otherwise it would have been Gibraltar Maritime Training; which is ideal since we are unique in that we are Gibraltar's only MCA Accredited course provider and the only MCA course provider within at least 700km. In 2017 we've decided to reduce confusion and use Allabroad Maritime Training for all our shorebased professional MCA activities, tying in nicely with Allabroad Sailing Academy which is the on the water activities. It's all the same company, building, fabulous instruction, and reception team.

Structure

STCW 95 Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities

Monday

Course Approvals:

MCA (UK) to STCW’95 A-VI/1-4,

Course Pre-requisites:

Personnel attending this course are required to be at least 16 years of age.

Course Registration:

7 The Square, Marina Bay, Gibraltar

Registration opens at 0845

Start at 0900 prompt

Finish at approximately 1300

100% attendance is required for this course

What to bring:

• All delegates must provide either a Passport or National Identity card or Seaman’s Discharge Book, upon arrival for this course to register.

Course aims & Objectives:

To give all persons intending to go to sea a basic induction in safety procedures and accident prevention and to familiarise them with the employment conditions and working environment on board merchant vessels.

Course Content:

• Complying with emergency procedures

• Prevention of marine pollution

• Observing safer working practices

• Understanding the chain of command and orders

• Contributing to effective human relationships on board ship

• Understand and to take necessary actions to control fatigue

Course Assessment:

Assessment is by direct observation, oral questioning and multiple choice quizzes.

STCW 95 Security Awareness

Monday

Course Approvals:

MCA (UK) to STCW’95 A-VI/1-5,

Course Pre-requisites:

Personnel attending this course are required to be at least 16 years of age.

Course Registration:

7 The Square, Marina Bay, Gibraltar

Registration opens at 0845

Start at 14.00 prompt

Finish at approximately 18.00

100% attendance is required for this course

What to bring:

• All delegates must provide either a Passport or National Identity card or Seaman’s Discharge Book, upon arrival for this course to register.

Course aims & Objectives:

To give all persons intending to go to sea a basic induction in safety procedures and accident prevention and to familiarise them with the employment conditions and working environment on board merchant vessels.

Course Content:

• Ship Security Terminology

• Maritime Security Policy & Responsibility

• Security Levels

• Security reporting procedures

• Security related contingency plans

• Techniques used to circumvent security measures

• Recognition of potential security threats 1. Suspicious behaviour 2. Crowd Control

• Recognition of weapons, dangerous substances

• Handling security-related information and communications

• Training and Drills

Course Assessment:

Assessment is by direct observation, oral questioning and multiple choice quizzes.

STCW 95 Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting

Tuesday and Wednesday

Course Approvals:

MCA (UK) to STCW’95 A-V1/1-2

Course Pre-requisites:

Personnel attending this course are required to be at least 16 years of age.

For the STCW 95 Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting course the practical element of this course contains some exercises that are physically demanding. If you are in doubt about your fitness you should consult your doctor prior to attendance.

Course Registration:

7 The Square, Marina Bay, Gibraltar

Registration opens at 0845

Start at 09:00 prompt Tuesday & finish at approximately 18:00

Start at 09:00 prompt Wednesday & finish at approximately 18:00

100% attendance is required for this course

What to Bring:

• All delegates must provide either a Passport or National Identity card or Seaman’s Discharge Book, upon arrival for this course to register.

• Thick long socks to wear with the fire boots provided (two pairs of socks)

• T-shirt and long trousers/leggings* to wear under the fire suit, that will not be tainted by smoke

• No piercings, rings, watches or jewellery allowed, leave at home wearing them can cause accidents and damage to items which we are not responsible for any damage caused to said items.

• Persons with full beards/ stubble are advised to trim them closely because if a full face seal check cannot be achieved then it will impair your learning and experience.

• Strictly no make-up or lotions to be worn through out the course.

• *No jeans or seamed trousers.

• Bring packed lunch plus two litres of water)

Course Outline & Objectives:

To give all persons intending to go to sea a basic induction and knowledge of the ways in which fires are caused and the precautions to be taken to minimise the risk of fires on board ships.

• Maintain a state of readiness to respond to emergency situation involving fires aboard ship

• Fight and extinguish fires using fire fighting apparatus and appliances provided on board.

• Act as a member of a fire party, including use of self-contained breathing apparatus

Course Assessment:

Assessment is by direct observation, oral questioning and simulated scenarios.

STCW 95 Personal Survival Techniques

Thursday

Course Approvals:

MCA (UK) to STCW’95 A-VI/1-1,

Course Pre-requisites:

Personnel attending this course are required to be at least 16 years of age.

For the STCW 95 Personal Survival Techniques course you must be medically fit to undertake the wet drill which involves a jump from a height. If you are in doubt about your fitness you should consult your doctor prior to attendance.

Course Registration:

7 The Square, Marina Bay, Gibraltar

Start at 0900 prompt & finish at approximately 1700

100% attendance is required for this course

What to bring:

• All delegates must provide either a Passport or National Identity card or Seaman’s Discharge Book, upon arrival for this course to register.

• Swim wear plus T-Shirt and either, track suit or leggings to wear during the wet drill and a towel

• Flip flops to wear poolside during the wet drill.

• No earrings, rings, watches or jewellery permitted on the wet drill, leave at home where possible or can leave at your own risk in a locked box in the facility. Strictly no make-up to be worn for the wet drill.

Course aims & Objectives:

To give all persons intending to go to sea the essential basic knowledge and experience of personal survival principles and techniques that can be applied to maximise their chances of survival in the event of a marine casualty.

Course content:

• Survival difficulties and factors

• Personal Protective Equipment

• Different types of life-rafts and equipment

• Actions prior to abandonment

• In water survival techniques

• Righting an upturned life-raft

• Initial, secondary and subsequent actions in the life-raft

• Practical drills

Course Assessment:

Assessment is by direct observation, oral questioning, multiple choice quizzes and simulated scenarios during the wet drill

STCW 95 Elementary First Aid

Friday

Course Approvals:

MCA (UK) to STCW’95 A-VI/1-3

Course Pre-requisites:

Personnel attending this course are required to be at least 16 years of age.

Course Registration:

7 The Square, Marina Bay, Gibraltar

Registration opens at 0845

Sunday start at 0900 prompt & finish at approximately 1700

100% attendance is required for this course

What to bring:

• All delegates must provide either a Passport or National Identity card or Seaman’s Discharge Book, upon arrival for this course to register.

• This course focuses on practical exercises; all delegates are advised to wear comfortable clothing that is suitable for floor work.

Course Aims & Objectives:

To give all persons intending to go to sea a basic knowledge of the immediate action to be taken upon encountering an accident or other medical emergency on board ship.

Course content:

• Circulatory and respiratory system

• Assessing the scene

• Assessing the situation

• Getting aid

• Basic life support

• AED

• Choking

• Shock

• Bleeding

• Burns

• Heat and cold injuries

• Bandaging

• Moving a casualty

• Stroke

Course Assessment

Assessment is by direct observation, oral questioning, multiple choice quizzes and simulated scenarios.

Useful Information

Cancellation policy:

Please note the following brief cancellation policy, our full terms and conditions of booking are available upon request and on our website for download. If you are unable to attend your course and have to cancel please give us as much notice as possible. All fees are strictly non-refundable except when the Gtec Maritime Training cancels the course. Delegates failing to attend on the commencement date of the course will be charged/invoiced the full course fee.

Medical fitness:

You are required to sign a statement that you understand that this training involves strenuous physical effort and that you are of good health and physically fit enough to undertake such training without adverse health effects. This responsibility rests with you or the company sponsoring you though the course.

If you have any doubts about participating in any of the exercises you must inform the lecturer or instructor in charge immediately. Failure to do this could endanger yourself and/or others.

• For the STCW 95 Personal Survival Techniques course you must be medically fit to undertake the wet drill which involves a jump from a height.

• For the STCW 95 Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting course the practical element of this course contains some exercises that are physically demanding. If you are in doubt about your fitness you should consult your doctor prior to attendance.

Queries / concerns:

In the first instance please speak with your course instructor, if they cannot answer your query they will contact the Course Manager.

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