Two day fire prevention and fire fighting module which is instructed in compliance to STCW 95 Code A – VI/1-2 including;

  • shipboard fire fighting organization
  • the elements of fire and explosion
  • types of ignition
  • fire and smoke detection
  • breathing apparatus use
  • automatic alarm system familiarization

Trainees will fight and extinguish actual fires using personal equipment, practical instruction taught by licensed and certified fire fighting professionals. It takes two days to complete and is followed by an exam.

From 1 January 2017, the STCW Survival and Fire Fighting Certificates will only be valid for 5 years. This means anyone who attended one of these courses before 1 January 2012 will need to do a refresher course before the end of 2016.

IYT’s STCW 95 Elementary First Aid is one of the professional commercial modules required to work on superyachts.

This one day First Aid and CPR course is instructed in compliance to STCW ’95 Code A-VI/1-3 and consists of approximately seven hours of theory and practical training. We cover basic First Aid and CPR in marine situations. The course is followed by a written exam.

STCW Elementary First Aid Training
STCW 95 Personal Safety And Social Responsibility Course

STCW 95 Personal Safety and Social Responsibility covers safety and social issues at sea.

This is a one day course which is instructed to STCW 95 Code A – VI/1-4 as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendment. The course covers working relationships on board, health and hygiene, drugs and alcohol, shipboard management structure and responsibilities, emergencies and safe working practices, with enhanced coverage of communications, control of fatigue, teamwork and marine environmental awareness issues. The course is followed by a written exam.

The STCW 95 Personal Safety and Social Responsibility is one of 6 Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers courses ITY Worldwide offers.

This course is an essential part of your survival training at sea. It is designed to teach the basics in emergency situations, evacuation, life craft, survival and rescue.

One and a half day Personal Survival course module, also known as Basic Sea Survival, which is instructed in compliance to STCW ’95 Code A – VI/1-1 and consists of a day in the classroom covering subjects such as emergency situations, evacuation, survival craft and rescue boats, personal lifesaving appliances, survival at sea, emergency radio equipment and helicopter assistance. The theory part is followed by a written exam. The remainder of the course is spent in a swimming pool performing the simulation of abandon ship procedures. The practical exercises are subject to ongoing assessment by the instructor.

From 1 January 2017, the STCW Survival and Fire Fighting Certificates will only be valid for 5 years. This means anyone who attended one of these courses before 1 January 2012 will need to do a refresher course before the end of 2016.

Basic Sea Survival / STCW Personal Survival Techniques
Basic Sea Survival / STCW Personal Survival Techniques

Our IYT course is a half day module which teaches in compliance with the STCW Reg V1/6 and Part A of Section A-VI/6 paragraph 4.

The half day classroom program covers subjects such in maritime security key threats, recognition and awareness of threats, plans and procedures for combatting threats, drills, communications and reporting.

All yacht crew need to be aware of new requirements for STCW compliance. Maritime Security Awareness training will be required for all crew entering into the professional yachting industry at all levels.

This module is required from January 1, 2014 as a part of the update to the STCW Code mandated by the 2010 Manila Amendments, by all personnel employed or engaged on-board ships to which the ISPS Code applies.

The 2010 Manila Amendments to the STCW Code entered into force on January 1, 2012. Although some administrations may introduce new standards from this date, many may continue to apply existing standards for certification and training until the required compliance date.

Governments may continue to renew and revalidate under the existing convention until January 1, 2017. However, for new entrants commencing training after July 1, 2013, they MUST comply with new mandatory standards.

There are two exceptions to the above, which are:

  • The new minimum hours of rest for seafarers come into force on 1st January 2012.
  • Mandatory security training is applicable from 1st January 2014.

IYT’s network of professional partner schools that offer STCW Basic Safety Training are approved to offer this additional course which is recognised by the Marshall Islands. Successful candidates will receive a “Proficiency in Maritime Security Awareness” certificate which is valid for a period of five years. Please contact the professional IYT partner school nearest you to complete this training.

Price USD 1500 / pers, Minimum 4 in the class

Price USD 2000 With included 5 days trip tour to Bali and accommodation during the class

Accomodation and tour trip can be change depend on the low/high season

Excluded:

  1. Flight ticket to & from Denpasar Bali (DPS)
  2. Personal expenses in hotel OR restaurant: Laundry, telephone, mini bar, additional meal/drink.
  3. Tipping to tour guide, driver, porter in airport and also hotel staff
  4. For more information please contact us

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