STCW Basic Crew Training Complete - USA

Safety & Security yacht crew training course
Course Duration: 5 days
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5 days
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STCW 95: Basic Safety Training is comprised of 4 modules taken over 5 days. 

1. Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (Basic Fire fighting) - 2.0 days 

2. Personal Survival Techniques (PST) - 1.5 days 

3. Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (PSSR) - .5 day 

4. First Aid / CPR (Basic First Aid) - 1.0 day 


STCW Basic Safety Training focuses on basic safety skills and knowledge in order to provide a framework for safe working practices, emergency procedures and teamwork within the maritime environment. This course is considered a minimum entry requirement for anyone who wishes to work on yachts or in commercial sector of the maritime industry. It is engaging, challenging and most of all fun! However what you learn during the STCW basic training, could save your own life or that of a crew mate or guest. STCW stands for the “Standards of Training and Certification of Watchkeeping” as determined by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The STCW Basic Safety Training course is mandated by ALL flag States for all working seafarers. It is the international standard, approved by MCA, USCG, the Marshall Islands Registry and nearly every leading flag state in the world. In 2010, the STCW convention was reviewed and ultimately added Security to the basic certification requirement. Bluewater Crew Training in Fort Lauderdale now offers the Security with Designated Duties module on the Saturday following the STCW Basic Safety Training week. 


This is not redeemable thru ONE Account Vouchers.


STCW 10 with Proficiency in Designated Security Duties (PDSD) $300 The course consists of an 8-hour classroom session covering subjects such as maritime security key threats, recognition and awareness of threats, plans and procedures for combating threats, drills, communications, and reporting which is in compliance with STCW Reg V1/6 and Part A of Section A-VI/6 paragraph BOOK HERE


PDSD - From January 1, 2014, all personnel employed or engaged on board vessels that are subject to the ISPS Code will be required to complete the STCW Code update mandated by the 2010 Manila Amendments.

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