Training

Certificate of proficiency in Survival Craft 

Certificate of Proficiency in Survival craft

For who

Anyone working at sea, not registered as Seafarer

Objective

To hold the accreditation for the operation of survival craft

Duration

5 days (34 hours)

Number of trainees

Minimum 5 / Maximum 8

Reference

Decree dated 26 July 2013 relating to the delivery of the certificate of proficiency in survival craft as well as the certificate of proficiency in the operation of fast rescue boats.
– STCW section VI/2 §2 and table A-VI/2.2

Program

Morning – Theory (08h30/12h00)

Monday
– Presentation of the training course
– Safety warnings
– Introduction to safety and survival
– Lifesaving Appliances
– Pyrotechnic equipment

Tuesday
– Lifeboats
– Description, launching appliances
– Hook release system
– Abandon ship: launching procedure
– Moving away, muster
– Launching in bad weather
– Coastal grounding

Wednesday
– Liferafts: description
– Launching
– Fast evacuation systems on passenger ships
– Helicopter rescue
– Survival actions in a lifesaving raft

Thursday
– Rescue boat: description, launching
– Specificities for passenger ships
– Radio portable equipment

Friday
– Test: Theory
– Practical test
– Issuance of statements
– Conclusion

Practical training – Afternoon (13h30/17h30)

Monday
– Freefall lifeboat
– Launching

Tuesday
– Davit lifeboat
– Launching

Wednesday
– Davit liferaft
– Launching

Thursday
– Fast evacuation system
– Rescue boat

Location

CESAME in Saint-Malo

Teaching Staff

ENSM Professors

End of training assessment

Yes

Statement for the issuance of an STCW certificate

Yes

Satisfaction rate

Asked about their CAEERS training, the trainees were satisfied at 100%.

Certification/Statement issuance rate

The certification / statement issuance rate for this training is 100%

Fees

1 490€

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