Stcw 2010 Basic Safety Course
Before you can be employed in any capacity on a yacht as part of a professional crew or an offshore race crew, you need to hold an International Maritime Organization (IMO) STCW 2010 certificate that declares you’ve been trained for Safety & Survival at Sea.
Island Spirit Thailand provides it’s students access to the STCW 2010 and more professional courses via its relationship with the Galileo Maritime Academy located in Phuket.
2 Day : Basic Marine Fire Fighting
The course aims to give all persons intending to go to sea a basic induction and knowledge of the ways in which fires are caused and the precautions to be taken to minimise the risk of fires on board ships. Assessment is by direct observation, oral questioning and a written examination.
1 Day : Basic Maritime First Aid
The course aims to develop the competence required to be able to apply immediate first aid in the event of an accident or illness on board.
1 Day: Personal Survival Techniques
The course aims to give all persons going to sea the essential basic knowledge of survival equipment, survival principles and techniques that can be applied to maximise their chances of survival in the event of a marine casualty.
Training consists of theoretical classroom work which is then enhanced by exercises in our Environmental Training Tank. Assessment is by direct observation, oral questioning and simulated scenarios.
1/2 Day : Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
The course aims to give all persons intending to go to sea a basic induction in safety procedures and accident prevention and to familiarize them with the employment conditions and working environment on board merchant vessels. Assessment is by direct observation, oral and written questioning and simulated scenarios.
1/2 Day : Ships Security Awareness
The Ship Security Awareness Training, is intended to provide specific guidelines, skills and knowledge in basic maritime security matters and those who need to function as part of the shipboard team is being aware of assessing situations involving threats to security and safety of a vessel or port facility.
This involves recognizing threats and suspicious situations and circumstances and reporting and carrying out tasks in accordance with security procedures as set out in the national and international conventions and regulations.