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    Safety Courses Criteria, 2nd Edition

    €46.62
    This publication provides the criteria for the development of training courses to deliver training in personal safety and social responsibility (PSSR), entry into enclosed spaces and shipboard safety officer training.

    Course Criteria for ECDIS Simulator Training, 3rd Edition

    €46.62
    This document provides the requirements for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) certification, set out in Chapter II of the 1978 STCW Convention, as amended. It also includes corresponding sections of the STCW Code.

    Course Criteria for Efficient Deck Hand

    €46.62
    This document provides the Efficient Deck Hand (EDH) Certificate and Examination Syllabus as part of the requirement leading to the issue of an STCW Able Seafarer Deck Certificate (Regulation II/5). This training is required by seafarers seeking certification under MSN 1862 (M) or MSN 1856 (M+F).

    The Efficient Deck-Hand

    €46.62
    It contains easily assimilated information on elementary ship construction,compasses, steering, anchors, fire fighting, rope work and knots, splicing multi-plat and wire ropes, lifting tackle, MacGregor hatches, hazardous cargoes and routine maintenance.

    Maritime Training On Board, 5th Edition

    €87.41
    A practical handbook to be used by trainee, trainer and manager alike, Maritime Training On Board is a comprehensive guide to the major elements involved in on board training and is designed to ensure an effective and dynamic learning environment. This Fifth Edition is updated to incorporate both the recent technological advances to maritime training, and the entry into force of the 2010 Manila Amendments to the STCW Convention.

    Training and Assessment on Board, 4th Edition

    €24.48 €34.97
    Special Offer - 30% off - 5th edition published April 2017.