Course Description This course is for deck or engine officers who want to work as shipboard safety officers. This course meets the requirements set out in The Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Health and Safety at Work) Regulations and the Code of Safe Working Practice for Merchant Seafarers (CoSWP) - Chapter 3 as mentioned in the MNTB
PADI Rescue Diver Course including EFR Course Rescue Diver The PADI Rescue Diver Course Challenging and rewarding best describe the PADI Rescue Diver course. Building upon what youve already learned, this course expands on what you already know about how to prevent problems, and how to manage them if they occur. The Fun Part The fun part about
Personal Survival Techniques module covers the requirements of the 1995 STCW 95 Convention and Code Chapter VI, Section A-VI/1-1. On meeting the minimum standard of competence in personal survival techniques, a trainee will be able to survive at sea in the event of ship abandonment. Course Content Safety & Survival Emergency
This is a one-day course in safety procedures and marine accident prevention. Before commencing work on commercial ships and large yachts, all persons, regardless of rank or position, are required to complete STCW 95 basic safety training. This course familiarises the candidate with the safety and accident prevention activities normally undertaken
This is a refresher for those who have completed the full Medical Care On Board Ship course within the last year. This course meets the mandatory requirements of MCA and MNTB. You will study Recognition and Management of a range of medical and trauma emergencies on board ship. This course is placed on the Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework.
STCW'95 courses are accredited by the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA). Under the STCW convention, all new entrants to the maritime industries are required to complete an STCW'95 Basic Safety Training Week prior to joining a vessel. The STCW Basic Safety Training Course includes: Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques
This course follows a standard programme. The course delivers a basic knowledge and practice of survival techniques and principles that can be applied to maximise the probability of survival following a marine casualty. The course will address the following: Actions prior to abandonment of the vessel, Basic principles of survival, Types of
Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting Module covers the requirements of the 1995 STCW Convention and code chapter VI, Section A-VI/1-2. On meeting the minimum standard of competence in fire prevention & firefighting, a trainee will be competent to take appropriate measures for the safety of personnel and of the ship and to use fire appliances
This award meets the MCA mandatory requirements and is a basic First Aid Qualification for those in the Maritime Industry. Assessment will be by a practical and theory based assessment. This course is placed on the Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework at Level 5. On this course you will cover the following: Safety and Approach, Scene
GWO Basic Safety Training provides personnel with the basic skills that will enable them to work in a safe manner in the wind industry and to meet emergency response training requirements for personnel new to the global wind industry. It is designed to accommodate personnel working both onshore and offshore. In partnership with the National Wind
This course is designed to meet the requirements for training laid out in the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code) and the guidance laid out in the SOLAS Regulations 1974. The Ship Security Officer position was formalised under the regulations listed above and the training has become mandatory for all those wishing to
This is a advanced First Aid Qualification for those in the Maritime Industry. This course meets the mandatory requirements of MCA and MNTB. On this course you will study the following: Safety and Approach, Scene Management, The Unconscious Casualty, CPR, Wounds and Bleeding, Burns and Scalds, Electrical Injuries, Transportation of Casualties,
This course meets the recommendations of the Merchant Navy Training Board (MNTB) and Code of Safe Working Practices in respect of Ship Safety Officer training. It is suitable for seafarers who are about to or are already serving as either safety representatives or safety officers. The course addresses both accident prevention and
STCW 95- Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities module covers the requirements of the 1995 STCW Convention and code chapter VI, Section A-VI/1-4. This module is to prepare new recruits for a life at sea. Working on a ship can be a hazardous occupation for the uninitiated. This module will give seafarers an insight into the various elements
This course is for those in charge of Medical Care onboard ship. This course meets the mandatory requirements of MCA. On this course you'll learn Recognition and Management of a range of medical and trauma emergencies on-board ship. This course is placed on the Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework.
To provide training in the personnel marine transfer process, safety procedures, safety equipment and survival relating to transfer vessel and daughter craft working on offshore wind locations or offshore installations accessed via a boat.
This course is for anyone who will carry out the duties of a Shipboard Security Officer on board a Merchant Navy ship. It conforms with the requirements of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) code. The subjects you'll study are ISPS code, Threat Awareness, Levels of Security, Declaration of Security, Practical Security
If you wish to commence a career at sea, you will need to do this training as it forms part of the basic training required for all seafarers. The objective of the training is to give a basic knowledge of the immediate action to be taken upon encountering an emergency aboard ship and an overview of the safety regime that exists within the Merchant
GLASGOW MARITIME ACADEMY
Next start: Wed 13th Jul
Cost: £600.00 per course