Combi BST/AFF/PSCRB

STCW/IMO
The combination course AFF-BST-PSCRB is a combination of the courses Advanced Fire Fighting, Basic Safety Training and the course Proficiency in Survivcal Craft and rescue Boats other than fast Rescue Boats.

For more information about the courses, please refer to the course description of: 

Basic Safety training 

Advanced Fire Fighting 

Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats 

Course information

Target group:
Seafarers on board of ships that are in charge or are part of the Emergency Response team. The Advanced Fire Fighting training is mandatory for all officers in accordance to the STCW"78 Section A-VI/3. This course is a requirement for people who wants to work or works on seagoing vessels and for everybody who is appointed to serve as a crew member on a rescue boat or survival craft of a ship.
Conditions for participation:
Participant must have a valid medical examination is able to swim.
Course duration:
8 days.
Location:
Theoretical part: Bornholmstraat next to number 16, 9723 AX Groningen. Practical part firefighting: Weegbrugweg 4, 9418 TS Wijster
Certificate:
When the exam is passed, the STCW certificate will be handed out and the Seamansbook is signed and stamped.
Validity certificate:
5 years
Remarks:
The course has to be repeated every 5 years.
Bring along:
Passport, Seamansbook, Swimwear, Towel, Clean set of clothes, workboots.

Coursedates

Oct 22, 2018
Oct 31, 2018
You can't apply for this course (anymore).
Dec 3, 2018
Dec 12, 2018
You can't apply for this course (anymore).

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