STCW Security Awareness Training

Security Training

This STCW Security Training:

The STCW Convention 1978 has been amended by the 2010 Manila Amendments and contains new training requirements. Between 1 July 2013 and 1 January 2017 (as appropriate), all seafarers will be required to undertake additional training in compliance with these Manila Amendments and hold the requisite certification.

From 1 January 2014, mandatory security training is required for all seafarers, with a minimum STCW training requirement of Security Awareness Training for all Seafarers as per Regulation VI/6 of the Convention.

STCW eLearning courses reduces company training expenditure, reduces learning time for employees, achieves better employee retention for most training topics, provides just-in-time accessibility for employees worldwide, guarantees a risk-free training environment for employees, allows for global collaboration, fits employer and employee work/life requirements, is scalable for any number of employees, provides employees, and managers, with timely feedback, ensures training consistency and standardisation and reduces company and training provider environmental impact.

The STCW eLearning courses listed below can be completed online via eLearning:

STCW eLearning is the most cost-effective form of training delivery for a larger employee audience. STCW eLearning delivery reduces the cost of trainers and reduces and employee time spent on training. eLearning is self-paced and only requires that the employees have access to a computer or a mobile phone and the internet.

STCW Training:

Please note that Flag Authority accredited Security Awareness Training for all Seafarers and Security Training for seafarers with Designated Security Duties can also be delivered via face-to-face training in the classroom ashore or on board or via eLearning online course delivery.

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