STCW 10 Course of Safety Training

OVERVIEW

This training prepares crew for work in the international maritime industry and STCW stands for Standards of Training and Certification for Watchkeepers (2010). This programme provides basic sea safety training for all ships crew on foreign going vessels and is accredited by the International Maritime Organization thru an accredited IMO national maritime authority.

This course is specifically tailored to crew seeking employment in the global super yacht industry, but is accredited for all basic maritime occupations.

All participants will receive RYA/ISAF and RYA/MCA sea safety certification enabling them to also work on large sailing vessels and participate in the sport of yacht racing globally.

This training also meets Australian certification requirements for “near coastal” sea safety training under the current Australian  Maritime Training package known as Elements of Shipboard Safety /General Purpose Hand. This certification is issued at a small additional fee.

Training takes place in Brisbane at Manly and Sydney at Mosman over an intensive five day period which is the international standard.

Why pay over $1000 more and spend nine days doing AMSA STCW certification, which is not necessary if you are working outside Australia?  Our STCW certification is IMO compliant internationally and we issue Shipboard Safety Skill Set certification if you wish to work "near coastal" within Australia for a small addition fee to all STCW course participants. ( Shipboard Safety Skill Set certification is issued by STCW Sea Safety Training Australia RTO # 40495)