Proficiency in Survival Craft (CPSC) STCW-95

The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (or STCW), 1995 sets qualification standards for masters, officers and watch personnal on seagoing merchant ships.

 

The STCW 95 course and modules form part of the statutory requirements for both deck and engineering qualification. It is a globally recognised qualification for working afloat on fishing vessels over 24m and on merchant vessels of over 500GT.

 

Here at NMCI Services we offer a range of STCW '95 and Non STCW '95 professional short courses for the maritime sector. We are also delighted to announce that we are now offering STCW Refresher Training.

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For further information about our STCW '95 & Non STCW '95 courses, please contact NMCI Services.

Tel: + 353 21 4335609 

E-mail: services@nmci.ie          

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Course Name:

Proficiency in Survival Craft (CPSC) STCW-95

Course Price:

€655.00 Cost per student including examination fees

Short Description:

This 5-day course will prepare candidates involved in taking charge of the launching or handling of survival craft to achieve an appropriate level of competence and confidence in these operations.

Full Description:

The Survival Craft training will prepare candidates involved in taking charge of the launching or handling of survival craft to achieve an appropriate level of competence and confidence in these operations.

Much of the course is practical in nature and candidates will benefit from being able to gain practical experience of operating a variety of open and totally enclosed lifeboats and inflatable rescue boats from different davit systems on the Centre's well-equipped pier head facility.
As well as dealing with the main features of different types of survival craft and their launching appliances, the course emphasizes the need for safe operating procedures.

- Emergency situations
- Taking charge of a survival craft or rescue boat during or after launch
- Principles of survival
- Survivor and survival craft management after abandoning ship
- First aid application to survivors
- Radio equipment
- Signalling for rescue
- Operation of a survival craft engine and rowing practice
- Use of locating devices including communication and signalling apparatus

Items to bring:

When joining this course please ensure you bring the following items with you:

Swim wear, wash gear and towel, Wet weather gear/PPE, hard boots/shoes, warm clothes, change of clothes, €1 coin for safety locker

Please note: Students should be in possession of a valid Medical Certificate if their health is in doubt. All students will be asked to fill out a medical questionnaire before the course commences.

N.B.-On the commencement day of the course, please be in the Reception area of the NMCI by 8.30am.

For any queries please contact the admin team on + 353 21 4335609 or email services@nmci.ie

 

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