Target group

Seafarers designated to be in command of fire-fighting operations, i.e. masters, mates and engineers.

Prerequisites

  • Training Certificate Basic Training
  • Valid medical certificate of fitness

Contents

The organisation of fire fighting on board. Planning and execution of procedures. With specific attention for:

  • Assignment of tasks and responsibilities
  • Communication
  • Management and co-ordination, in general and of the fire teams
  • Obtain information, judgement of situations and taking decisions
  • Co-operation with shore based fire fighting teams during fire on board
  • Fire fighting with regards to dangerous goods
  • Ventilation techniques and –management with regards to fire fighting
  • Modern developments regarding fire fighting techniques and –equipment
  • Analyses of various cases
  • Practical exercises with specific attention for procedures, management, leadership and fire fighting teams
  • Ships stability
  • Maintenance management of fire fighting and detection equipment

No. of Days

6 days

Price

Php 6,810.00 which includes Reader/Hand-outs, Certificate of Completion, and Certified True Copy (CTC).

Start dates

Please refer to “Class Schedules” on our website or contact the NSTC office.

Completion

Upon completion of the course after passing a theoretical test and practical assessment a Certificate of Completion will be issued, which can be converted into a Certificate of Proficiency at the Maritime Industry Authority.

STCW ref.

Table A-VI/3

Validation

A refresher course and/or documentary evidence is required after five (5) years (STCW Secion A-VI/3), furthermore during five (5) consecutive years one must obtain 1 year seaservice, to retain certificate validity.

Remarks

Bring boiler suit or old clothes.

Please submit prior to the course:

1. Philippine Statistics Office (PSA) Authenticated Birth Certificate / Passport  / Any Gov’t. issued I.D.
2. One 1.5 x 1.5 latest latest colored picture with complete Name Tag
        * For Maritime Officer
            – sideboard with corresponding markings of bar on shoulder-board (with white undershirt)
        * For Maritime Non-Officer
            – with sideboard but no markings of bar on shoulder-board (with white undershirt)
        * For Non-Maritime 
            – white polo shirt with collar
3. Medical Examination Report for Seafarers / X-ray and ECG Result issued from a Medical Clinic Accredited by DOH 
      

Maximum number of participants per course is 24, minimum of 12 participants is required to run the course.