Certificates for personnel on any type of ship

  1. If designated with safety or pollution duties in the operation of the ships:
Name of Certificate Revalidation Reg.
Basic safety training:

-Personal survival techniques

-Fire prevention and fire fighting

-Elementary first aid

-Personal safety and social responsibility

Achieved within previous five years VI/1 D/P

 

  1. If in chargee of survival craft or rescue boats (other than fast rescue boats):
Name of Certificate Revalidation Reg.
Survival craft certificate of proficiency No VI/2 D/P

 

  1. If designated as crew of a fast rescue boat:
Name of Certificate Revalidation Reg.
Fast rescue boat certificate No VI/2 D/P

 

  1. If designated to control fire fighting operations:
Name of Certificate Revalidation Reg.
Advance fire fighting 5 years refresher VI/3 D/P

 

  1. If designated to provide medical care:
Name of Certificate Revalidation Reg.
Medical care No VI/4 D/P

 

  1. If desiganted as the ship security officer:
Name of Certificate Revalidation Reg.
Ship Security Officer No VI/5 D/P

 

  1. If the seafarer has a non- security role onboard:
Name of Certificate Revalidation Reg.
Security Awareness training No VI/6 D/P

 

  1. If the seafarer has designated security duties:
Name of Certificate Revalidation Reg.
Seafarer with designated security duties No VI/6 D/P

 

Note: Anti piracy training for all crew will be dependent on the area the vessel operates in and may be incorporated into the security training required under the ISPS code at the discretion of the flag state and company

Additional non-mandatory training within the 2010 STCW

  • B-V/a — Guidance regarding additional training for masters and chief mates of large ships and ships with unusual manoeuvring characteristics.
  • B-V/b — Guidance regarding training of officers and ratings responsible for cargo handling on ships carrying dangerous and hazardous substances in solid form in bulk.
  • B-V/c — Guidance regarding training of officers and ratings responsible for cargo handling on ships carrying dangerous and hazardous substances in package form.
  • B-V/d — Guidance on application of the provisions of the STCW Convention to mobile offshore units (MOUs).
  • B-V/e — Guidance on the training and experience for personnel operating dynamic positioning systems.
  • B-V/g — Guidance regarding training of masters and officers for ships operating in polar waters.

Certificates and training for personnel working on a tanker 

Title Regs Crew required to be trained Certificate Refresh every 5 yrs
Basic training for officers on oil, and chemical tanker cargo operations V/1-1,

A-V/1-1.1

Officers assigned specific duties and responsibilities related to cargo or cargo equipment on oil or chemical tanker cargo operations Certificate of proficiency Revalidation required
Advanced training for oil tanker cargo operations V/1-1,

A-V/1-1.2

Masters, chief engineer officers, chief mates, second engineer officers and any person with responsibility for loading, discharging, care in transit, handling of cargo, tank cleaning or other cargo-related operations on oil tankers Certificate of proficiency Revalidation required
Advanced training for chemical cargo operations V/1-1,

A-V/1-3

Masters, chief engineer officers, chief mates, second engineer officers and any person with responsibility for lading, discharching, care in transit, handling of cargo, tank cleaning or othe cargo related operations on chemical tankers Certificate of proficiency Revalidation required
Basic training for ratings on oil, and chemical tanker cargo operations V/1-1,

A-V/1-1.1

Ratings assigned specific duties and responsibilities related to cargo or cargo equipment on oil or chemical tanker cargo operations Certificate of proficiency Revalidation not equired
Basic training for officers on liquefied gas tankers cargo operations V/1-2,

A-V/1-2.1

Officers assigned specific duties and responsibilities related to cargo or cargo equipment on liquefied gas tankers Certificate of proficiency Revalidation required
Basic training ratings on liquefied gas tankers cargo operations V/1-2,

A-V/1-2.1

Ratings assigned specific duties and responsiblities related to cargo ro cargo equipment on liquefied gas tankers Certificate of proficiency Revalidation not required
Advanced training for liquefied gas tanker cargo operations V/1-2,

A-V/1-2.2

Masters, chief engineer officers, chief mates, second engineer officers and any person with responsibility for loading, discharging, care in transit, handling of cargo, tank cleaning or other cargo- related operations on liquefied gas tankers Certificate of proficiency Revalidation required

 

Certificates and training for personnel working on passenger ships engaged in international voyages

Title Regs Crew required to be trained Certificate Refresh every 5 yrs
Traininf in crowd management V/2.4,

A-V/2.1

Master, officers and other personnel designated to assist passengers in emergency situation Documentary evidence Required
Safety training V/2.5,

V/2

A-V/2.2

Personnel providing direct services to passengers in passenger spaces Documentary evidence Not required
Training in passenger safery, cargo safety and hull integrity V/2.7,

A-V/2.4

Master, chief mate, chief engineer, second engineer and every person assigned immediate responsibility for embarking and disembarking passgeners, loading, discharching or securing vargo or closing hull opening on obard ro-ro passenger ships Documentary evidence Required
Training in crises management and human behaviour V/2.6,

A-V/2.3

Master, chief mate, chief engineer, second engineer and every person having responsibility for the safety of passengers in emergency situations Documentary evidence Required