Due to the Fire Station at Airlie Beach being unavailable for Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting, we regret that we will not be able to schedule courses until alternative arrangments have been investigated.
Refer below AMSA 1569 notice for revalidation
Certificate of Safety Training fee ($2,100) and Security Awareness Training fee ($300).
It is now mandatory for all seafarers to possess knowledge related to security awareness before engaging on board a vessel and undergo security related training.
The STCW10 Certificate, issued by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), is an essential pre-requisite for anyone seeking work in the offshore oil and gas industry or on an Australian registered vessel. It is also a recognised international certificate for obtaining work as a crew member on most of the world’s superyachts.
8 days (8.30am – 5.00pm) including the weekend
Classroom theory and practical sessions
Minimum age 16 years
$2, 400.00 (including Security Awareness)
$1,125.00 2 day refresher (over 6 hour days)
$1,650.00 5 day revalidation
Certificate of Safety Training (STCW) – Issued by AMSA
- PSSR – Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities (table A-VI/1-4 of the STCW Code)
- FPFF – Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (Basic) (table A-VI/1-2)
- PST – Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques (table A-VI/1-1)
- SAT – Security Awareness Training (table A-VI/6-1)
OTHER COMPETENCIES REQUIRED FOR COMPLETION
Elementary First Aid (table A-VI/1-3)
Candidates holding a current, recognised First Aid qualification can apply for a credit transfer.
The STCW10 course is aimed toward entry level Safety Training for seafarers seeking employment on commercial vessels such as offshore oil and gas rig tender and work vessels, vessels operating in international waters and super-yachts.
- Photo ID
- Pencil and eraser
- Steel capped boots
- Overalls/Industrial clothing
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