Ship health care is central to this combination training. The training aims to teach you the necessary medical skills interactively and hands-on. The emphasis is on the practical skills of medical first aid and medical care on board.
The person responsible for medical care on board is required to be in possession of a valid certificate: STCW regulation section A-VI / 4. Table A-VI / 4-1. Chapter VI and section A-VI / 4. Table A-VI / 4-2. Chapter VI.
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The following is discussed in accordance with STCW table AV / 4-1 and table AV / 4-2:
To participate in this training you must have a valid STCW Basic Safety Training certificate (<5 years old) or a certificate of a previously followed training(s) Shipping Health Care (B / O) or comparable certificate.
Do you already have a valid STCW Medical First Aid certificate and do you also want to obtain the STCW Medical Care certificate? In that case, following the combi training is not necessary. You can then choose to only follow the STCW Medical Care .
Conversely, do you only sail within the Dutch territorial sea or a territorial sea adjacent to this zone? Then you can choose to only follow the STCW Medical First Aid training .
After successful completion of this training you will receive an official (ILenT / Shipping approved) STCW Medical First Aid and STCW Medical Medical Care certificate. This certificate has a validity of 5 years and complies with the STCW’78 guidelines including 2010 Manilla amendments .
The training is certified by the Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate (ILT) under institute code ILT-NL1045