SHIP SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING AND SEAFARERS WITH DESIGNATED SECURITY DUTIES
The course covers theory and practical exercises on the applicable provisions of the ISPS Code and Chapter XI-2 (Special measures to enhance maritime security), of SOLAS 74, as amended, and meets the requirements of Regulation VI/6 (Mandatory minimum requirements for security-related training and instruction for all seafarers), of the STCW Convention, as amended; and Section A-VI/6, Paragraph 4-8, Tables A-VI/6-1 and A-VI/6-2 of the STCW Code 2010 Manila Amendments; taking into account the recommendations prescribed in the IMO Model Course 3.26, Security Training for Seafarers with Designated Security Duties, 2012 Edition and IMO Model Course 3.27, Security Awareness Training for All Seafarers, 2012 Edition.
On completion of the training, the participants shall have sufficient knowledge, understanding and skills to undertake designated security duties onboard ship and should be able to:
· understand how to maintain the conditions set out in a Ship Security Plan.
· recognize the security risks and threats
· undertake regular ship security inspections; and
· use security equipment and systems
3. Entry Requirement
· Seafarers or other shipboard personnel who will not be assigned specific security duties in connection with the SSPand/ or;
· Seafarers or other shipboard personnel who are likely to have designated security duties in connection with the SSP.
· Seafarers who have already completed the Ship Security Officer (IMO Model Course 3.19) under the 2006 Amendments and attended the updated SSO Model Course 3.19 in accordance with the 2010 Manila Amendments and those who completed the 2012 Edition are exempted from this course.
4. Course Intake Limitation
The number of participants per training course shall not exceed 24 persons to allow each trainee to benefit from the emphasis of the course.
1 day (8 Hours)