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Stream Marine Training provides industry leading MCA training. Browse the courses below to get started.

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MCA Approved Engine Course 1 (AEC1)

5 Days

From £850.00

The MCA Approved Engine Course 1 is set up to offer prospective delegates with basic practical training and theory development that satisfies the requirements of the DFT Codes of Practice for the safety of small commercial, motor and sailing vessels. There are 30 hours' worth of learning over the five-day course, including dismantling marine engines and auxiliaries to obtain component exposure and create a full appreciation and understanding of the working principles. This will include basic maintenance, legislation, safety, good practice, housekeeping and reduction of fire hazards. The aim is to provide familiarisation, confidence and ability to diagnose and repair defects in operational machinery. 

  • Compression ignition engine 

  • Fuel system 

  • Air systems 

  • Cooling systems 

  • Lubrication systems 

  • Electrical systems 

  • Power transmission 

  • Hull fittings 

  • General Engineering 

  1. Must be over 18 years

  2. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

  1. If you are unsure of which prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency to check. 

Successful candidates will be awarded with the MCA Approved Engine Course 1 (AEC1) certificate, after a short exam.  

Writing material and overalls. 

£950 excl. VAT

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MCA Approved Engine Course 2 (AEC2)

5 Days

From £850.00

The MCA Approved Engine Course 2 course is set up to offer delegates with theoretical knowledge and practical hands on experience of additional areas, as laid down in the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) AEC 2 syllabus. The aim is to enable them to meet the COC requirements of the new common “Small Vessel” (Yachts, Tugs, Fishing Vessels, Workboats, Standby, Seismic Survey, Oceanographic Research Vessels and Government Patrol Vessels, of less than 3000 GT and Power Less than 9,000 kW with Unlimited Area of operation.) It forms part of the required modules to enter the industry as a junior/assistant engineer, with the ability to progress through to the Small Vessel Second Engineer Officer qualification. 

When combined with AEC part 1, this unit can also be included as part of the award for an MCA’s Marine Engine Operators License (MEOL), which is the licenses required by the Chief Engineer on UK Flagged vessel of less than 750 kW operating in near coastal waters (150 miles from the nearest shore). 

  • The components and their arrangement in a compression type refrigerant plant and basic fault finding 

  • Legislative and management requirements within engineering operations 

  • Knowledge of maintenance systems on-board 

  • Knowledge of safe systems of work within an engineering environment 

  • Knowledge of safe operations when undertaking lifting and/or slinging operations: 

  • Knowledge of the electrical distribution system on-board 

  • Knowledge to maintain basic hydraulic systems 

  • Knowledge and the practical skills to undertake basic maintenance 

  • Knowledge and the practical skills to undertake basic maintenance 

  • Knowledge of the Fresh Water system onboard 

  • Knowledge of the Sewage system onboard 

  1. Minimum age 18 years old. 
  2. The candidate must have successfully completed the AEC 1 course or a recognised equivalent. It is the responsibility of the candidate to produce evidence that their equivalent qualification to AEC 1 has been accepted by the MCA as being a satisfactory equivalent. 
  3. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 
  4. If you are unsure of which prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency to check.

Successful candidates will be awarded with the MCA Approved Engine Course 2 (AEC2) certificate, after a short exam. 

You must bring a pair of overalls and suitable footwear. It may be beneficial to bring a laptop, in order to access some information given on a memory stick, however this is not essential. 

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£950 excl. VAT

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MCA Human Element Leadership And Management (Management) - HELM (M)

5 Days

From £540.00

The STCW Human Element Leadership & Management – Management Level course is set up, normally, to offer technical officers following an approved education and training programme leading to MCA certification as; Chief mate or master on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more. It is also designed for Second Engineer Officers or Chief Engineer Officers on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 750 kW propulsion power or more.  

It meets the obligatory requirements relevant to bridge resource management, engine-room resource management and application of leadership and team working skills as set out in:  

Tables A-II/2 (masters and chief mates on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more),  

Table AIII/2 (chief engineer officers and second engineer officers on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 750kW or more) of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) incorporating the Manila amendments.  

This training is a prerequisite for a management level Certificate of Competency (CoC) issued by the MCA upon meeting the requirements of Regulation II/2 and III/2.  

  • Identifying the principles and good practice in shipboard human resource management 
     

  • Explaining the relevance of the ‘human element’ in shipboard operations 
     

  • Apply relevant and related international maritime conventions and recommendations, national regulations, codes of practice and guidelines, while using leadership and managerial skills to control the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level  

  • Apply the principles of task and workload management, including planning, co-ordination, allocation and prioritisation of human and physical resources 
     

  • Use project management as an aid to decision-making  

  • Explain effective resource management techniques with regard to:  

  • Allocation, assignment and prioritisation of resources for effective task and workload management  

  • Effective communications principles  

  • Leading and managing teams  

  • Assertiveness and leadership  

  • Obtaining and maintaining situational awareness  

  • Apply the principles and practice decision-making  

  • Lead and manage the development, implementation and oversight of standard operating procedures  

  • Identify the principles and good practice in shipboard training, learning, coaching, mentoring, assessment and developing shipboard personnel 

If you are interested in being taught this course online, please click here to learn more about the webinar we offer. 

To give all masters and officers the education and training in the human element leadership and management at the management level meeting the knowledge, understanding and proficiency (KUP) requirements set out in the following:

Table A-II/2 (masters and chief mates on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more)

Table AIII/2 (chief engineers and second engineer officers on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 750kW or more.

  1. Delegates must hold a deck or engineering Certificate of Competency at the operational level and meet the minimum seagoing service requirements for the issue of a management level CoC. 

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

  1. If you are unsure of which prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency to check. 

Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW Human Element Leadership & Management – Management Level, after a short exam. This will qualify individuals to ‘use leadership and management skills’ set out in Tables A-II/2 and A-III/2 of the STCW Convention and Code 1978, as amended (2010). 

No.

£595 excl. VAT

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MCA Human Element Leadership And Management (Operational) - HELM(O)

3 Days

From £375.00

The STCW Human Element Leadership & Management – Operational Level course is designed to meet the mandatory requirements for training in the human element, leadership and management at the operational level as set out in Regulations II and III of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW).  It provides delegates with awareness and understanding of the key human factors influencing effective resource management. This training is a prerequisite for a first Certificate of Competency (CoC) issued by the MCA meeting the requirements of Regulation II/1, III/1 and III/6.  

  

  • Situation and risk assessment: to understand the influence of a situation and risk assessment in the principles and practice of decision making at an operational level  

  • Situational awareness: how to acquire and maintain situational awareness and accidents and increasing safety margins  

  • Communication: how to recognise and apply best practice in communication, and be aware of barriers to communication and how these may adversely affect situational awareness  

  • Shipboard training: to understand the aim of shipboard training, the principles of learning and methods of developing human potential  

  • Culture: how to recognise and respond to cultural issues including cultural awareness and bias including national, organisational, departmental and personal cultural approaches  

  • Team working: to recognise team working models and conflict management style  

  • Leadership and management: to recognise and demonstrate effective leadership behaviours  

  • Workload management: understand the concept of task and workload management and be able to apply it. Recognising fatigue and stress in yourself and others, and developing strategies for dealing with them  

This course can also be taught over webinar at Stream Marine training.  Please click here to find out more. 

Anyone who is core crew on a merchant vessel. Students following an MNTB/MCA approved programme are eligible to attend this course after their first seagoing phase.

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  1. Students following an MNTB/MCA approved programme are eligible to attend this course after their first seagoing phase. 

  1. Students following the experienced seafarer route to MCA certification shall meet the minimum seagoing service requirements for the issue of a first CoC. 

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

  1. If you are unsure of which prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency to check. 

Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW Human Element Leadership & Management – Operational Level, after a short exam. 

£395 excl. VAT

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MCA Small Workboat Stability

1 Day On Site Course

From £225.00

We are currently running MCA Small Workboat Stability - Webinar if you would like to take this course on-line via Zoom platform.

 

Course outcomes :

  1. General terms in use
  2. General Principles of Transverse Stability: –
  3. Adding, removing and shifting weights: –
  4. The Stability Booklet
  5. Stiff and tender vessels
  6. Use of cranes and shift of CoG
  7. Free Surface Effect
  8. Critical KG calculations (Transverse Stability)
  9. Inclining Test
  10. Deck edge Immersion
  11. Catamaran stability
  12. Risks associated with Tug and Tow
  13. Risks associated with deck cargoes
  14. Wind & Ice accretion Effects.

Successful candidates will be awarded with the MCA Stability for Workboats  certificate, after a short exam.

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No.

£225 excl. VAT

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MCA Small Workboat Stability - Online via Webinar

1 Day Webinar

From £225.00

Course outcomes :

  1. General terms in use
  2. General Principles of Transverse Stability: –
  3. Adding, removing and shifting weights: –
  4. The Stability Booklet
  5. Stiff and tender vessels
  6. Use of cranes and shift of CoG
  7. Free Surface Effect
  8. Critical KG calculations (Transverse Stability)
  9. Inclining Test
  10. Deck edge Immersion
  11. Catamaran stability
  12. Risks associated with Tug and Tow
  13. Risks associated with deck cargoes
  14. Wind & Ice accretion Effects.

Successful candidates will be awarded with the MCA Stability for Workboats  certificate, after a short exam.

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No.

£225 excl. VAT

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SMT Shipboard Safety Officer Training

3 days

The course which has been developed in line with the current legislative framework. To enable designated personnel to take up the role of a safety officer onboard a ship, as identified in The Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Health and Safety at Work) Regulations 1997 (SI 1997 No. 2962) (the Regulations), which define a safety officer as ‘a person who has sufficient training and experience or knowledge and/or qualifies, to enable him/her to properly undertake the duty imposed under the relevant provision in the regulations.’

The aims of the course are to ensure that the delegates will:

  • Understand the duties of the SSO
  • Have considered the legal framework for safety
  • Understand the relationship between the ISM code, safety management on board ship
  • Have an overview of the ISM code
  • Have considered the causes of accidents
  • Understand the process and limitations of risk assessment
  • Have considered the accident investigation process
  • Understand the importance of appropriate interviewing technique
  • Have considered factors influencing the effectiveness of safety committee meetings

£600 excl. VAT

On achievement of the desired standard of competence, a certificate can be issued by the training provider.

 

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STCW 2010 BASIC Oil, Chemical and Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations (BTCC)

3 Days

STCW 2010 Basic Oil, Chemical and Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations give seafarers the essential education and training in tanker cargo operations to meet the Knowledge, Understanding and Proficiency (KUP) requirements set out in the specific part of the following:

Table A-V/1-1-1 Table A-V/1-2-1

  • Function: Oil, chemical tanker and Liquefied gas tanker cargo operations
  • Competence: Contribute to the safe cargo operation of chemical Liquefied gas tankers
  • Take precautions to prevent hazards
  • Apply occupational health and safety precautions and measures
  • Carry out firefighting operations
  • Respond to emergencies
  • Take precautions to prevent pollution of the environment from the release of oil or chemicals and Liquefied gas tankers

Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Oil, Chemical and Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo after a short exam. 

MCA

  1. Delegates must already hold an MCA approved certificate in Tanker Fire Fighting or (FPFF or AFF inclusive of Tanker firefighting component). 

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

  1. If you are unsure of which prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency to check. 

No

£850 excl. VAT

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STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Oil & Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations (TBOC) - Online via Webinar

2 Days Webinar

From £450.00

The STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Oil & Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations course is set up to offer seafarers the essential education and training in tanker cargo operations to meet the knowledge, understanding and proficiency (KUP) requirements set out in the specific part of the following: Table A-V/1-1-1. 

  • Relevant symbols according to the types of oil and chemicals carried on board oil and chemical tankers 

  • Relationship between pressure and temperature, including vapour pressure/temperature 

  • How an electrostatic charge may be generated 

  • Hazards associated with oil and chemical cargoes 

  • Inerting, drying agents and monitoring techniques 

  • Hazard controls 

  • Gas-measuring instruments 

  • Safety equipment and protective devices 

  • Safe working practices and procedures 

  • Effects of oil chemical and liquefied gas pollution on human and marine life. 

  • Loading, unloading, care in transit, tank cleaning, purging, gas-freeing and inerting cargo 

  • Operations 

  • Different oil and chemical tanker types, including their general arrangement and construction 

Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Oil & Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations, after a short exam. 

There are three outcomes to the training:

  • Outcome 1: The learner knows the properties of oil and chemicals and the hazards associated with them.
  • Outcome 2: The learner is able to apply health, safety and environmental precautions and measures in working on oil and chemical tankers.
  • Outcome 3: The learner can carry out safe oil and chemical tanker cargo operations.
  1. Delegates must already hold an MCA approved certificate in Tanker Fire Fighting or (FPFF or AFF inclusive of Tanker firefighting component). 

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

  1. If you are unsure of which prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency to check. 

No.

  1. Please note for this course you must have a stable internet connection with a PC, laptop that has an active camera. SMT must be able to see you at all times in order for you to sit the course, take the examination and if successful receive your certificate through the post. 
  2. Participants are advised to have stable Internet speeds of over 5 Mbps for the best user experience.
  3. At least 330 kbps (send), and 245 kbps (receive) will be required for connection.
  4. We recommend using a desktop/laptop computer or a tablet with a large enough screen to comfortably see the presentation and follow media materials.
  5. If a mobile/tablet device is used make sure to have both Zoom and Microsoft Teams applications installed. The device must have a functioning web-camera and microphone.

£450 excl. VAT

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STCW Advanced Fire Fighting (AFF)

4 days

From £425.00

If you would like to refresh your ticket please see STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Update Webinar

 

The STWC Advanced Firefighting course is set up to offer teaching to personnel, that are authorised to control firefighting operations on a vessel, with a focus on organisation, tactics and command. 

  • Firefighting procedures at sea and in port 

  • The use of water for firefighting and the effect on ship stability 

  • Communication and teamwork during fire fighting operations 

  • Control of ventilation, fuel and electrical systems 

  • Fire precautions and hazards 

  • Management of injured persons 

  • Procedures for coordination with shore-based fire fighters 

  • Actions taken to control fire 

  • The order of priority 

  • Transmission of information 

  • Personal safety 

  1. Prospective delegates must have completed the STCW Firefighting and Fire Prevention (FFFP) or any acceptable equivalent to the MCA. 

  1. Prospective delegates must be physically capable to complete all areas of the practical side of the course. Delegates are required to complete a medical declaration before attending the course. 

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

  2. If you are unsure of which prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency to check.

Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW Advanced Firefighting certificate, after a short exam.  

5 years.

You must

  • Wear comfortable clothes, but not jeans or clothes with metal attached.
  • Bring a towel, and toiletries.

£635 excl. VAT

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STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Update (AFFU) Route 2

1 day

From £195.00

We are currently running STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Update Route 2 - Webinar if you would like to take this course on-line via Zoom platform.

 

The STCW Updated Proficiency in Advanced Fire Fighting course relates to Section A-VI/3 of the STCW Code (paragraph 50 that states that ‘Seafarers qualified in accordance with paragraph 4 in advanced fire fighting shall be required, every 5 years, to provide evidence of having maintained the required standard of competence, to undertake the tasks, duties and responsibilities listed in column 1 of Table A VI/3.’ 

  • Control fire fighting operations onboard ship 

  • Organise and control fire fighting parties 

  • Inspect and service fire detection and extinguishing systems and equipment 

  • Investigate and compile reports on incidents involving fire 

  1. Proof of completing the STCW Advanced Fire Fighting training course (STCW Reg VI/3 para 1 & Sec A-VI/3) or recognised equivalent pre 31 January 2000 (i.e. MNTB 4 Day Fire Fighting Course ).

  2. You must also complete/show evidence of the updating training in Proficiency in Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting as per MSN1865.

  3. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

Successful candidates will be awarded with the MCA approved STCW Updated Proficiency in Advanced Fire Fighting certificate, after a short exam. 

Yes.

Prospective delegates must hold a valid STCW Advance Fire Fighting Certificate. Exceptions apply. 

£195 excl. VAT

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STCW Advanced Firefighting Update (AFFU) - Route 1

0.5 Day

From £99.00

This course is part of the mandatory updating certification requirements under the STCW 2010 amendments for all seafarers with designated safety duties who hold an advance firefighting certificate. This course will provide the delegate with the necessary refresher training under the STCW 2010 amendments for Advance Fire Fighting.

This is a theoretical class room based course; and it covers a range of subjects. It deals with firefighting procedures, communication and coordination, ventilation control, fire precautions, management and control of injured persons, procedure for communicating with shore side fire fighter.

Once completed, candidates will be awarded with the MCA approved STCW Updated Proficiency in Advanced Firefighting certificate. 

5 years.

MCA

£165 excl. VAT

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STCW Advanced Firefighting Updated (AFFU) Route 1 - Online via Webinar

0.5 Day Webinar

From £99.00

This course is part of the mandatory updating certification requirements under the STCW 2010 amendments for all seafarers with designated safety duties who hold an advance firefighting certificate. This course will provide the delegate with the necessary refresher training under the STCW 2010 amendments for Advance Fire Fighting.

This is a theoretical online course; and it covers a range of subjects. It deals with firefighting procedures, communication and coordination, ventilation control, fire precautions, management and control of injured persons, procedure for communicating with shore side fire fighter.

Once completed, candidates will be awarded with the MCA approved STCW Updated Proficiency in Advanced Firefighting certificate. 

MCA

STCW Advanced Fire Fighting

5 years

Officers on Merchant Navy Vessels

£165 excl. VAT

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STCW Advanced Training for Service on Ships Using Fuels Covered Within the IGF Code (AIGF)

5 Days

From £1,200.00

This course covers the hazards, operational requirements and safety considerations of working with low flashpoint fuels covered by the IGF code.

We will enhance the training experience with practical experiences, and the course will cover the safety of operations in depth.

MCA approved STCW Certificate of Proficiency in Advanced Training for Service on Ships Using Fuels covered within the IGF code.

  • The learner understands the chemical and physical properties of fuels covered within the IGF Code and control measures associated with their use as a fuel. 
  • The learner is able to safely manage the fuel processes and practices on vessels using fuels covered within the IGF Code.

  • The learner is able to safely manage the fuel systems in compliance with legislative requirements.

  • The learner is able to manage health, safety, emergency response and environmental precautions in working on vessels using fuels covered within the IGF Code.

  • 1 month seatime on ships covered by the IGF code
  • At least 3 bunkering operations on IGF code vessels
  • STCW Certificate of Proficiency in Basic Training for Service on Ships Using Fuels covered within the IGF code.

Senior Officers engaged in the planning and operation of machinery on IGF code vessels.

£1200 excl. VAT

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STCW Basic Safety Training Week (BSW)

5 Days On Site

From £725.00

Our individual dates for STCW Basic Safety courses are still currently being arranged if you require to book separately.

Under STCW, all new entrants to the maritime industries are required to complete an STCW Basic Safety Training Week before joining a vessel.

It is made up of the following courses,

Personal Survival Techniques (PST)

Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (FPFF)

Elementary First Aid (EFA)

Security Awareness (PSA)

Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (PSSR)

These courses can be taken individually or can be taken together in this cost saving package.

Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW certifications (EFA, FPFF, PST, PSSR and PSA) after a short exam. 

Every 5 years for PST and FPFF elements.

A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving licence or a valid discharge book (not more than 10 years old).   

STCW requires all seafarers to receive familiarization and basic safety training or instruction in accordance with section A-VI/1 of the STCW Code. The minimum requirements for familiarization and basic safety training are contained within the Basic Safety Training Week (BSTW) and meet the appropriate standard of competence.

£825 excl. VAT

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STCW Basic Training for Service on Ships using Fuels Covered within the IGF Code (BIGF)

2 Days

From £750.00

The MCA approved Basic Training for Service on Ships using Fuels Covered within the IGF Code intends to provide a basic training for seafarers responsible for designated safety duties associated with the care, use or in emergency response to the fuels on board ships subject to the IGF code. 

  • Contribute to the safe operation of a ship subject to IGF code 

  • Take precautions to prevent hazards on a ship subject to the IGF code 

  • Apply occupational health and safety precautions and measures 

  • Respond to emergencies 

  • Take precautions to prevent pollution of the environment from the release of fuels found on ships subject to the IGF code 

MCA approved STCW Certificate of Proficiency in Basic training for Service on Ships Using Fuels Covered Within the IGF code. 

  1. STCW Tanker Fire Fighting  

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

Officers and ratings who are responsible for designated safety duties associated with the care, use or in emergency response to the fuel on board ships subject to the IGF Code.

  • The learner knows the properties of fuels covered within the IGF Code and the hazards associated with their use as a fuel. 
  • The learner is able to apply health, safety and environmental precautions and measures in working on vessels using fuels covered within the IGF Code.

  • The learner understands the transfer and storage process for fuels covered within the IGF Code.

£750 excl. VAT

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STCW Crisis Management and Human Behaviour (CMHB)

1 Day

From £165.00

The STCW Proficiency in Crisis Management & Human Behaviour course is set up to offer masters, chief officers, chief engineer officers, second engineer officers and any person that has responsibility for the safety of passengers in an emergency. This course will give delegates the knowledge, understanding and proficiency requirements for STCW crisis management that is set out in the STCW code.   

  • Shipboard emergency procedures  

  • The optimum use of resources  

  • A controlled response to emergencies  

  • The control of passengers and other personnel during emergency and the establishment and maintenance of effective communications  

  • Dealing with Crowds in emergencies and correct procedures 

This course is also available as a webinar, please click here for more information.

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 
  2. If you are unsure of which prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency to check.

Successful candidates will be awarded with the MCA approved STCW certificate with Proficiency in Crisis Management & Human Behaviour, after a short exam.

This course is aimed at masters, chief officers, chief engineer officers, second engineer officers and seafarers that have responsibility for the safety of passengers in an emergency.  

No.

£140 excl. VAT

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STCW Crisis Management and Human Behaviour (CMHB) - Online via Webinar

1 Day Webinar

From £125.00

The STCW Proficiency in Crisis Management & Human Behaviour course is set up to offer masters, chief officers, chief engineer officers, second engineer officers and any person that has responsibility for the safety of passengers in an emergency. This course will give delegates the knowledge, understanding and proficiency requirements that is set out in the STCW code.   

  • Shipboard emergency procedures  

  • The optimum use of resources  

  • A controlled response to emergencies  

  • The control of passengers and other personnel during emergency and the establishment and maintenance of effective communications  

  • Dealing with Crowds in emergencies and correct procedures 

This course is also taught in person at our state-of-the-art facilities.  If you are interested in this, please click here. 

Upon completion of the course and after a short exam, you will be presented with an approved STCW Proficiency in Crisis Management & Human Behaviour certificate under Bahamas Maritime Authority.

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

This course is aimed at masters, chief officers, chief engineer officers, second engineer officers and seafarers that have responsibility for the safety of passengers in an emergency.  

  1. Please note for this course you must have a stable internet connection with a PC, laptop that has an active camera. SMT must be able to see you at all times in order for you to sit the course, take the examination and if successful receive your certificate through the post. 
  2. Participants are advised to have stable Internet speeds of over 5 Mbps for the best user experience.
  3. At least 330 kbps (send), and 245 kbps (receive) will be required for connection.
  4. We recommend using a desktop/laptop computer or a tablet with a large enough screen to comfortably see the presentation and follow media materials.
  5. If a mobile/tablet device is used make sure to have both Zoom and Microsoft Teams applications installed. The device must have a functioning web-camera and microphone.

Bahamas Maritime Authority

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£140 excl. VAT

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STCW Designated Security Duties (DSD)

1 Day

From £140.00

-The course covers the following Learning Outcomes:
• Learner knows why ship security is important and knows the roles and responsibilities of the organisations and individuals involved.
• Learner knows what constitutes a security risk, threat and vulnerability to the ship, its personnel, cargo and operations.
• Learner knows the capabilities and limitations of security methods, equipment and systems.
• Learner knows how to maintain the measures in a ship security plan and related requirements.
• Learner is able to maintain effectiveness of security arrangements, procedures and equipment, at all three security levels, taking into account
their limitations.

£140 excl. VAT

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STCW Elementary First Aid (EFA)

1 Day

From £120.00

The STCW Elementary First Aid course is set up to configure part of the mandatory Basic Safety Training (BST) for seafarers. This teaching will give prospective seafarers’ basic knowledge of the immediate response to give when faced with medical emergencies or accidents whilst at sea.  

  • Applying immediate first aid in the event of an accident/injury on board ship 

  • Actions on discovering a casualty 

  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation 

  • Recovery position 

  • Fractures 

  • Spinal injuries 

  • Examination of a casualty 

  • Medical conditions including heart attack, choking & asthma 

  • Treatment of bleeding, burns & shock 

  • Transporting a casualty on board ship 

 

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW Elementary First Aid (EFA) certificate, after a short exam. 

No.

£125 excl. VAT