Book on one of our Upcoming PST Courses below. Future dates are available, please contact the office for details.
This training is intended to meet the requirements set out in Table A-VI/1-1 of the STCW Code and unit A11 of the marine national occupational standards. The greatest and most immediate threat to life in the event of abandoning ship is old exposure. Precautions to protect against it, together with knowledge of survival equipment and its use, is the main message of this training. Other problems that a survivor will encounter are covered so as to ensure the highest possible chances of survival.
The objective of the training is to give all persons intending to go to sea the essential basic knowledge and experience of personal survival principles and techniques that can be applied to maximise their chances.
The aim is to give an understanding of how to use the safety equipment carried onboard. This corse covers preparation for survival, lifejackets, search & rescue and a practical session in a swimming pool with a liferaft.
|MCA STCW Survival Techniques and/or refresher course||9 Oct - 9 Oct 2020||1 day||£ 135.00||Sold Out|
|MCA STCW Survival Techniques and/or refresher course||23 Oct - 23 Oct 2020||1 day||£ 135.00||Sold Out|
|MCA STCW Survival Techniques and/or refresher course||6 Nov - 6 Nov 2020||1 day||£ 135.00||Sold Out|
|MCA STCW Survival Techniques and/or refresher course||20 Nov - 20 Nov 2020||1 day||£ 135.00||Book Now|
For all London courses, please see our London Course Dates page
Plymouth Price: £135
London Price: £162
Teaching Ratio: 16:1 and 8:1 during practical sessions
Assumed Knowledge: None
Duration: 1 Day
Achievement of the desired standard of competence will be attested to by a certificate issued by the centre. The Certificate will state that the candidate has; completed a programme of training by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency as meeting the requirements laid down in; 2.1.1 of Section VI/1 of the STCW Code.
- Lunch & Refreshments
- Course Notes Book
- Transport to Pool
- Use of Overalls & Survival Equipment
YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN SWIMWEAR
- Preparation for Sea Survival: emergency situations, training drill & their importance, survival requirements, abandoning vessel & muster points, primary & secondary actions onboard liferaft
- Equipment: equipment available, aids to locations, survival suits & TPA, lifejackets, entering water from height, safety harnesses, donning procedures, life rafts, stowage & containment, helping injured persons
- Practical Wet Drill: Liferaft launching, boarding dry & wet, jumping from poolside or board, increasing survival in water, capsize drill, abandonment
Courses are non-residential, so accommodation is required in one of the many hotels or guest houses near the Centre. We can provide a list of recommendations.