Stream Marine Training offer online courses via webinar. Our webinars are great for delegates looking to save on travel time and expenses. SMT's expert instructors will guide you on your course just as they would in person. See below for our webinar course options.
What is a webinar?
SMT host online training for the below courses. This means you can join in on a live class and receive online training and take part in the assessment to gain your certificate. Certificates are sent out digitally and in the mail.
This course is suitable for seafarers who are about to serve, or are already serving as either safety representatives or safety officers. This training is intended to meet 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).
The STCW Proficiency in Crisis Management & Human Behaviour course provides a blend of practical experience and theory development over the one-day course. This STCW Course at Stream Marine training offers delegates the chance to develop skills such as shipboard emergency procedures. Our expert lecturers will guide seafarers through role play exercises in order to fully understand the type of scenarios they may face. This STCW webinar allows you to learn from home, therefore saving travel time and expenses.
The Basic Training for Service on Ships using Fuels Covered within the IGF Code course that aims to develop the knowledge and skills of delegates that have designated safety duties associated with the care, use, or emergency response.
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