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Designated Security Duties (DSD) - eLearning

Designated Security Duties (DSD) - eLearning

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Description

This Designated Security Duties eLearning course will teach learners about the security regulations that are in place to protect the maritime industry and its workers, the different roles that are associated with maritime security, and the security related documentation that is kept onboard. You will look in detail at the Ship Security Plan and learn about the different types of security systems and equipment that are available.

This fully online course contains real-life case studies and realistic scenarios, along with high quality graphics and images. Knowledge checks, interactive exercises, and end-of-module assessments enable delegates to measure their competence and learning throughout the course.

Description

This Designated Security Duties eLearning course will teach learners about the security regulations that are in place to protect the maritime industry and its workers, the different roles that are associated with maritime security, and the security related documentation that is kept onboard. You will look in detail at the Ship Security Plan and learn about the different types of security systems and equipment that are available.

This fully online course contains real-life case studies and realistic scenarios, along with high quality graphics and images. Knowledge checks, interactive exercises, and end-of-module assessments enable delegates to measure their competence and learning throughout the course.

Issuing Authority

STCW approved by the Bahamas Maritime Authority

Standards: STCW Convention and Code

Issuing Authority

STCW approved by the Bahamas Maritime Authority

Standards: STCW Convention and Code

Learning Objectives

Module 1—Security Regulations
LO1: Explain why SOLAS is relevant to ship security
LO2: Describe the contents of the ISPS Code
LO3: Explain how the IMO contributes to ship security matters
LO4: Describe the purpose of the SUA and the BMP5
LO5: Describe the objectives of the National Strategy for Maritime Security

Module 2—Roles and Duties
LO6: Identify security roles onboard
LO7: Describe the role of the Duly Authorised Officer
LO8: Describe the role of security guards onboard
LO9: Identify security related documentation kept onboard and who is responsible for it

Module 3—Ship Security Plan
LO10: Describe the requirement for the Ship Security Plan

LO11: Describe how the Ship Security Plan is implemented onboard
LO12: Explain the requirement for drills and exercises
LO13: Explain the requirement for contingency plans

Module 4—Security Systems and Equipment
LO14: Identify different types of security systems and equipment
LO15: Describe how to carry out maintenance on security systems and equipment
LO16: Explain how ISPS security levels affect security system and equipment maintenance

Learning Objectives

Module 1—Security Regulations
LO1: Explain why SOLAS is relevant to ship security
LO2: Describe the contents of the ISPS Code
LO3: Explain how the IMO contributes to ship security matters
LO4: Describe the purpose of the SUA and the BMP5
LO5: Describe the objectives of the National Strategy for Maritime Security

Module 2—Roles and Duties
LO6: Identify security roles onboard
LO7: Describe the role of the Duly Authorised Officer
LO8: Describe the role of security guards onboard
LO9: Identify security related documentation kept onboard and who is responsible for it

Module 3—Ship Security Plan
LO10: Describe the requirement for the Ship Security Plan

LO11: Describe how the Ship Security Plan is implemented onboard
LO12: Explain the requirement for drills and exercises
LO13: Explain the requirement for contingency plans

Module 4—Security Systems and Equipment
LO14: Identify different types of security systems and equipment
LO15: Describe how to carry out maintenance on security systems and equipment
LO16: Explain how ISPS security levels affect security system and equipment maintenance

Prerequisites

STCW Security Awareness

Prerequisites

STCW Security Awareness

Certification

  • All units must be completed.
  • End of course assessment with an 80% mark.

Certification

  • All units must be completed.
  • End of course assessment with an 80% mark.

Revalidation

None

Revalidation

None

Price

£155 excl. VAT

Price

£155 excl. VAT

Dates

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