CMSE Training have introduced the following updated proficiency course and have also made it possible for you to attend this mandatory STCW Update Proficiency module in only half a day.
CMSE Training is a leading provider of STCW Marine training. We have a state of the art training facility located in Raffeen, Cork. Our centre is near to Cork Airport and Ringaskiddy port for ease of access by our international and local clients.
All our instructors have marine experience over many years. CMSE Training is approved by the Irish Department of Transport and Marine to deliver this STCW Updated Proficiency Training at our facility in Cork. CMSE Training also provide other STCW approved courses. CMSE Training have successfully delivered courses to hundreds of sea-going personnel from Ireland, the UK and all over Europe.
The course offers you a combination of both classroom theory and practical boat operations.
This course is designed for sea farers who already hold a STCW recognised certificate in Fast Rescue Boat but are now required under the STCW 2010 to undertake updated proficiency training every five years.
After completing this course you will be able to:
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In order to complete this Updated Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats training course you must have completed STCW recognised Fast rescue Boats Course and either produce a copy of the valid certificate: or a valid self-declaration form confirming your on board training requirements have been met.
An up to date ENG 11 Medical Certificate, a valid Seafarer’s Medical Certificate issued by any administration of an EU member state or a Doctor’s note stating you are considered medically fit to participate in all aspects of the course will be required.
To avoid delays copies of required certifications can be submitted in advance of training dates online from our website when booking your course.
Accreditation: STCW Update Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques issued under the authority of the Department of Transport and Marine.