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MCA STCW (2010) Basic Safety Training Course 

General Information

  • ​5 Day Course
  • Training conducted in the heart of the magnificent Ocean Village Gibraltar
  • Courses start the 1st and 3rd Monday every single month.

Next Course Dates :

September 16th

October 7th

October 21st

November 4th

November 18th

December 2nd

December 16th

January (2020) 6th

January (2020) 20th

STCW 2010 Basic Safety Training Course content

  • Personal Survival Techniques (A-VI/1-1)
  • Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention (A-VI/1-2)
  • Elementary First Aid (A-VI/1-3)
  • Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (A-VI/1-4)
  • Proficiency in Security Awareness (A-VI/6-1)

Aditional Options 

  • MCA Accepted Food Safety Level 2 £120
  • Proficiency in Designated Security Duties £160
  • Powerboat Level 2 £295
  • SRC Radio Course & Licence £160
  • Medical First Aid £450
  • Medical Care
  • Efficient Deck Hand EDH
  • General Ships Knowledge
  • AEC1
  • Ships Security Officer SSO

To get here you can fly to Gibraltar From:

 

  • London Luton
  • London Gatwick
  • London Heathrow
  • Manchester
  • Bristol

Or you can fly to Malaga From:

 

  • Most UK Airports
  • Nice
  • Mareselle
  • Palma
  • Barcelona
  • Alicante
  • Rome
  • Faro
  • Lisbon
  • Most other European airports

From Malaga Airport we run a free transfer service to Gibraltar on the Sunday prior to starting (departs at 1230). Gibraltar Airport however is a 5 minute walk from our centre.

 

Competitively priced at £950 or €1090 incl Security Awareness

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What is STCW

The term STCW refers to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers and was adopted in 1978 by conference at the International Maritime Organization and amended in 1995 and again in 2010. In simple terms it is an international maritime training framework aimed to enable a seafarer to work on any flag vessel with standardised certification.

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