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Proficiency in Survival Craft Rescue Boats Updating (PSCRBU) - Blended Learning

Proficiency in Survival Craft Rescue Boats Updating (PSCRBU) - eLearning

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Description

In this Proficiency in Survival Craft Rescue Boats Updating eLearning course, learners will be reminded of the features of different types of release hooks, how Fall Prevention Devices work, and how to start a lifeboat engine. By the end of this course, delegates will be proficient in operating survival crafts.

This online course includes accurate and detailed graphics, animations and videos to demonstrate the features and techniques for operating survival crafts. Interactive exercises and references to real-life incidents keep the learner engaged with the material. Frequent knowledge checks and end-of-module assessments gauge the delegate’s learning throughout.

Description

In this Proficiency in Survival Craft Rescue Boats Updating eLearning course, learners will be reminded of the features of different types of release hooks, how Fall Prevention Devices work, and how to start a lifeboat engine. By the end of this course, delegates will be proficient in operating survival crafts.

This online course includes accurate and detailed graphics, animations and videos to demonstrate the features and techniques for operating survival crafts. Interactive exercises and references to real-life incidents keep the learner engaged with the material. Frequent knowledge checks and end-of-module assessments gauge the delegate’s learning throughout.

Issuing Authority

STCW approved by The Bahamas Maritime Authority

Issuing Authority

STCW approved by The Bahamas Maritime Authority

Learning Objectives

Module 1

• The learner is able to maintain the required standard of competence in survival craft and rescue boats (other than fast rescue boats), with knowledge of hooks, methods of deployment and off-load and on-load release devices.

Module 2

• Identify and explain the correct operation of Fall Prevention / Secondary Safety Devices or their equivalents.

Module 3

• Describe engine maintenance and operation with starts and stops (including preparations and checks), pre-start checks (including cold starting procedure), and know what steps to take in the event the engine fails to start.

Module 4

• Describe the launch and recovery procedures during a drill, take charge of a survival craft/rescue boat during launch, interpret, explain and correctly give commands, and safely perform necessary recovery procedures in an emergency.

Module 5

• Identify and utilise the various types of equipment typically found on survival crafts, including: radio life-saving appliances, EPIRBs, radar transponders (SARTs), and signalling equipment such as radars.

Module 6

• Describe the initial actions to take when abandoning a ship, the safety procedures in place, different types of ship safety aids, operating survival craft and steering on a compass course.

Module 7

• Identify the items in the first-aid kit, describe resuscitation techniques, the management of injured persons (both hot and cold injuries); hypothermia, frostbite, seasickness, heat stroke, dehydration, general bleeding and shock. Describe the risks of and causes of drowning.

Learning Objectives

Module 1

• The learner is able to maintain the required standard of competence in survival craft and rescue boats (other than fast rescue boats), with knowledge of hooks, methods of deployment and off-load and on-load release devices.

Module 2

• Identify and explain the correct operation of Fall Prevention / Secondary Safety Devices or their equivalents.

Module 3

• Describe engine maintenance and operation with starts and stops (including preparations and checks), pre-start checks (including cold starting procedure), and know what steps to take in the event the engine fails to start.

Module 4

• Describe the launch and recovery procedures during a drill, take charge of a survival craft/rescue boat during launch, interpret, explain and correctly give commands, and safely perform necessary recovery procedures in an emergency.

Module 5

• Identify and utilise the various types of equipment typically found on survival crafts, including: radio life-saving appliances, EPIRBs, radar transponders (SARTs), and signalling equipment such as radars.

Module 6

• Describe the initial actions to take when abandoning a ship, the safety procedures in place, different types of ship safety aids, operating survival craft and steering on a compass course.

Module 7

• Identify the items in the first-aid kit, describe resuscitation techniques, the management of injured persons (both hot and cold injuries); hypothermia, frostbite, seasickness, heat stroke, dehydration, general bleeding and shock. Describe the risks of and causes of drowning.

Prerequisites

Proficiency in Survival Craft Rescue Boats certificate, or equivalent

Prerequisites

Proficiency in Survival Craft Rescue Boats certificate, or equivalent

Certification

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

Certification

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

Revalidation

Every 5 years

Revalidation

Every 5 years

Price

£95 excl. VAT

Price

£95 excl. VAT

Dates

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