Basic Training (Blended)

Courses

Did You Know?

This is required by the STCW 2010 code for all mariners with safety or pollution control duties. Basic Training (Basic Safety Training) combines all four elements of basic safety into one program.

The course is thought through a blended program: students will spend 57 hours of blended learning, including 19 hours across 3 days of in-class training. Seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board ship as part of the ship’s complement with designated duties in the operation of the ship shall, before being assigned, must have completed Basic Training.

Successful completion of this course will satisfy:

  • The Basic Training per STCW Code, as amended 2010 Section A-VVl,
  • The Personal Survival Techniques per 46 CFR l 302(a)(l) and 46 CFR 12.602(a)(l).
  • The Basic Fire Fighting per 46 CFR 1 201(h)(2) [BASIC Only] and 46 CFR 1 l.201(h)(3),
  • The Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting per 46 CFR 1 302(a)(2) and 46 CFR 12.602(a)(2),
  • The Fire Fighting requirements per 46 CFR 13.201(c)(3), 13.301(c)(3), 13.401(d) and 13.501(c)(3) for any tankerman
  • The First Aid & CPR requirements per 46 CFR l 201(i)(l) when applied for within one year of the date of training.
  • The Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities per 46 CFR 302(a)(4) and 46 CFR 12.602(a)(4),
  • The practical assessments performed during this course have been determined to be equivalent of ALL of    National Assessment Guidelines TASK's, as documented in NVIC 08-14 Guidelines on Qualifications for STCW Endorsements in Basic Training (Formerly Basic Safety Training).

First Aid/ CPR:

  • Introduction
  • Safety Hazards
  • Body Structure
  • Immediate Actions and Positioning Casualty
  • Basic Trauma and Shock Management
  • Patient Assessment
  • First aid for Accident or Illness Onboard
  • Burns, Scalds and Electric Shock Accident
  • Improvise Bandages and Use of Materials in Emergency Kit
  • Rescue and Transport of a Casualty

Personal Survival Techniques:

  • SOLAS and LSA Code,
  • Types of emergencies on ships,
  • Personal Lifesaving Equipment, Utilization and Purpose,
  • Life Saving Appliances Tr (LSA)
  • Value of Training and Drills,
  • Rescue Operations and Techniques
  • Helicopter Operations

Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities:

  • Knowledge of emergencies and preparedness
  • Prevention of Pollution and Environmental protection Adhering to safe working practices
  • Effective human relationships onboard ship
  • Establishing and maintaining effective communication
  • Personal Well-Being and social responsibility

Basic Fire Fighting: 

  • Fire Prevention and Safety
  • Firefighting Strategies and Procedures
  • Firefighting Methods
  • Firefighting Drills

The Benefits of Mariner’s Skills Online Courses:

  • Flexible course enrollment
  • Interactive online program proctored by industry experts
  • Affordable and convenient with volume license discounts for corporate customers
  • USCG approved certificate of completion issued upon successful program completion and proctored exam at a Mariner Skills approved site.

Upon registration, courses are conveniently accessible online for candidates to participate at their own pace and on their own schedule.

Instructor
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Course Features

  • Duaration : 38 Hours
  • Pass Score : 70%
  • Course Id : LRNAMC-874
  • Course: USCG Approved
Price : $1100