All seafarers working on merchant vessels are required by law to have STCW basic safety training certificates before they begin work onboard. Stream Marine Training offers a range of mandatory and specialised STCW 2010 courses for people in marine and offshore industries. Our training involves carefully choreographed practical scenarios and drills married with thought provoking theory-based learning, leaving you in no doubt about what to do, especially in the event of emergency at work.
We provide theory and practical training for merchant ship workers and award an STCW certificate upon successful completion. To be employed in the maritime industry, one must possess a strong understanding of different types of emergencies and emergency procedures. Stream Marine Training offers courses for achieving this where you will gain this know-how to feel comfortable dealing with a workplace emergency.
Our courses are approved by the UK Maritime and Coast Guard Agency, Bahamas Maritime Authority and other authorities to meet the tight requirements laid out in the STCW 2010 Manila Amendment which succeeded STCW 95. Delivered by our vastly experienced instructors, with very varied backgrounds in maritime work, our STCW courses are aimed at meeting the needs of seafarers right across the industry, from; roll on roll off Passenger vessels, tankers, ferries, offshore fleet, tugs and private yachts.
The STCW Proficiency In Crowd Management course aims to guide seafarers on how to deal with large crowds and passengers during emergency situations. This type of STCW training helps delegates learn how to; lead and direct others, assess the situation and provide an effective response, identify personal and passenger stress levels as well as become aware of the reaction patterns of passengers and other personnel in emergencies. As well as, recognising specific behaviours of passengers and other personnel.
STCW Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue Boat involves a blend of theory development and practical experience, with a focus on the launch and recovery using davits. It is for anyone who is a coxswain or part of the life boat crew on-board including rescue boat.
The STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations course focuses on the understanding of function and competence on board a liquefied gas tanker vessel. Seafarers will be able to; take hazard precautions, apply occupational health and safety precautions and measures, carry out firefighting operations, respond to emergencies and take precautions to prevent pollution of the environment from the release of liquefied gases.
The STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Oil & Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations aims to provide seafarers with the essential knowledge and practical training in tanker cargo operations. This course is available at Stream Marine Training, from our knowledgeable instructors in our state-of-the-art facilities. Positioned just next to Glasgow Airport, SMT will provide seafarers with the essential skills in Basic Training in Oil and Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations (TBOC).
The STCW Updated Proficiency in Advanced Fire Fighting provides a blend of practical experience and theory development for seafarers who have already achieved the STCW Advance Fire Fighting Certificate. This course forms part of your STCW update or refresher cycle.
These courses can be taken individually or can be taken together in this cost saving package.
What is health and safety?
SMT offer health and safety courses which allow seafarers to be prepared for many types of emergencies which could happen when working at sea. Our courses provide knowledge on emergency response drills as well as emergency plans.
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