Course Approval: MARINA

Full Course Duration: 10 Days 
Minimum: 6 Pax 
Maximum: 24 Pax  

Personal Survival Techniques (PST)

To train seafarers in essential survival practices including survival at sea, emergency procedures, evacuation methods, survival craft operation, and use of lifesaving appliances. 

Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities (PSSR)

To familiarize crew members with the safe practices to be followed onboard ships, the working environment, the safe working practices, and the ways in which they must effectively comply with relevant regulations and protective measures for the maritime environment. 

Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (FPFF)

 To educate seafarers in the basic fire prevention techniques and the basic firefighting procedures. This includes the use of various types of fire extinguishers and firefighting equipment, as well as the knowledge of the ship's firefighting and fire detection systems. 

Elementary First Aid (EFA)

To provide basic knowledge and skills to apply immediate first aid in the event of accident or illness onboard. 

Security Awareness Training (SAT)

To ensure that those who are employed or engaged on board ship without designated security duties are aware of the security threats and emergencies, the procedures to follow during a security threat, and the various security measures implemented on ships. 

Customize Your Course

Safety Courses can be combined with a wide variety of customized and advanced courses focusing on the crew competence and enhancement. 

Training Support

GigaMare and Idess Maritime can assist with necessary logistics arrangements including, but not limited to: 

Transportation Services
Hotel Accommodation
Meal Coupon for the Crew