Proficiency for Ship Security Officers Course
£495 GBP(incl. VAT)
- Course Type:
- STCW ➜ Ship Security Officer
- Training School:
- Fire Aid Academy Ltd
- Hythe, Southampton, United Kingdom
- 3 days
TEACHING & LEARNING
A hands-on practical training approach is taken to deliver this course in which lectures, videos, group discussions, and practical scenario based exercises combined with active delegate participation forms a compulsory part of training and assessment.
Assessment for this course consists of two parts – an ongoing assessment though involvement in group exercises and an end of course written assessment.
This course is approved by the MCA according to the MNTB (Merchant Navy Training Board) standard for Proficiency for Ship Security Officers. In compliance with the STCW A-VI/5 requirements, the course has been designed to provide the background knowledge and skills required to implement ISPS code requirements. The practical exercises are designed to ensure candidates put the learnt skills into practice.
THE OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSES ARE TO GIVE DELEGATES KNOWLEDGE OF:
- The importance of ship security & the roles & responsibilities of organisations & individuals involved in it.
- How to assess security risk, threat & vulnerability to the ship, its personnel, cargo and operations.
- The learner understands the capabilities and limitations of security methods,equipment & systems.
- How to implement a ship security plan & related regulatory requirements.
- How to determine the effectiveness of current security arrangements, procedures & equipment.
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At least 12 months sea service or at the discretion of the MCA - appropriate sea service (minimum three months) and knowledge of ships operations to enable them to achieve the objectives of the training. The latter requirement must be checked directly from the MCA.