Medical Care At Sea

Safety & Security yacht crew training course
Course Duration: 5 days
Training Centres
  • Antibes
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Palma
Duration
5 days
Upcoming Classes
8
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This course covers the syllabus required by the STCW Code 1995 Table AVI/4-2. It is a management level course aimed at those holding or aspiring to MCA Certificates of Competency in deck specialisations and for those designated to take charge of medical care on board ship.

You will learn: The course aims to prepare students to be able to deliver longer-term medical care at sea until professional medical help can be obtained. It includes care to sick and injured patients, head and spinal injuries, ear, nose and throat problems, bleeding, care of wounds, pain relief, suturing, diseases, injections, dental care, hygiene and medical records.

A pass is valid indefinitely, but must be renewed every 5 years if you are the master or have designated responsibility for medical care on board.

We provide this yacht training course in Antibes, Fort Lauderdale & Palma.

Assessment

The course involves both theoretical and practical elements which are assessed continuously by a medical practitioner through both written and oral examinations.

Prerequisites

Elementary First Aid (STCW Code AVI/1-3) , Medical First Aid

Upcoming Classes
Start Date Location Price AVAILABILITY
03 September 2019 Fort Lauderdale $1020 Places available
23 September 2019 Antibes €999 Places available
21 October 2019 Fort Lauderdale $1020 Places available
21 October 2019 Antibes €999 Places available
18 November 2019 Fort Lauderdale $1020 Places available
18 November 2019 Antibes €999 Places available
09 December 2019 Antibes €999 Places available
16 December 2019 Fort Lauderdale $1020 Places available