Take our 3-day BST-Refresher course and submit the certificate to the USCG, or 2.
One of these two methods is required to maintain your STCW endorsement on your MMC.
Training Course: Basic Safety Training – Refresher Course 2. Entry standards: All deck and engine officers with approved seagoing service of not less than 12 months 4. Training Course: Ship Security Officer – Re-certification 2. Entry standards: Certificate ‘Ship Security Officer’ issued under ISPS Code 4.
Revalidation: every 5 years – Basic Safety Training – Refresher Course1. Code: Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen 3. Target group: Ship officer who can be appointed as a ship safety officer 5.
On the 5th December 2016 the IMO (International Maritime Organization) issued advice for Port State Control Authorities that they have recognised that some seafarers on board ships may not yet hold their certificates or flag state endorsements meeting the 2010 Manila Amendments to the Convention.
This syllabus covers the requirements of the STCW 1995 Convention, as Amended Chapter VI, Section A VI/2, Table A-VI/2-2.Due to the greater technical reliability and automation, there is no longer an alibi for human error, the human element has been identified as being the weakest link.The amendments are aimed at ensuring the necessary global standards will be in place to train and certify seafarers to operate technologically advanced ships in a safe manner for some time to come.Trainees, who have successfully completed the Refresher Training and passed the assessment, shall be issued a Certificate of Completion, certifying a holder’s acquisition of the mandatory minimum requirements and competence in Section A-VI/2 paragraph 10 of the STCW Code, as Amended. Provide documented sea service to the USCG showing you have earned 360 days worth of sea service (beyond the boundary line) over the last five years.