About the course
STCW Basic Safety Training is a one week long course comprised of five modules. The course provides students an important introduction to working at sea, and will equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge to work safely on-board a seagoing vessel. Although it is a legal requirement for working on board commercial vessels over 24-meters, it is strongly recommended to be taken by all seafarers. Once students obtain STCW Basic Safety Training they are equipped with the minimum mandatory requirement for working on superyachts and commercial vessels over 24meters in length.
Our STCW (Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping) courses are run in accordance with section A-VI/1 of the STCW Code, to include the Manila amendments introduced in 2010.
What you will learn
Our Basic Training package covers the five course modules:
Personal Safety & Social Responsibility
An understanding of on board working conditions, safety procedures and accident prevention
Personal Survival Techniques
Survival at sea in event of emergency, life-raft familiarisation
Elementary First Aid
Basic First Aid Training & Resuscitation
Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting
Fire causes, prevention, extinguishing techniques
Proficiency in Security Awareness
Importance of on board security and how to recognise and react in the event of security threats
Please note it is advisable to acquire your ENG1 Medical Certificate prior to booking your STCW basic training, to ensure you do not have a medical condition that may prevent you from finding employment at sea.
This course is governed under new regulations STCW78 as amended.
Upcoming course dates
from 10 February 2019
from 7 April 2019
from 5 May 2019
from 6 June 2019
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for course availability