The course Basic Safety Training consists of four modules: Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities, Elementary First Aid, Personal Survival Techniques and Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting. The course is developed in compliance with Regulation VI/1 and Table A VI/1 of STCW' 78, as amended, as per Directive 2008/106/EC, IMO model course 1.21 and the national maritime standards.
The training is approved by the Bulgarian Maritime Administration, which after training completion issues the relevant certificate, valid for 5 years.
The course is mandatory for seafarers in charge of survival craft and rescue boat as defined in Appendix I of Reg.VI or as defined by the ship owner or the flag Administration.
The course includes the mandatory minimum requirements for training and issue of certificates according to Chapter VI, Section VI/2 p.1 and Table A-VI/2 para.1 of the STCW'78, as amended, Directive 2008/106/EC, IMO Model course 1.23 and the national maritime standard.
Course aim - The trainees to obtain knowledge and skills in the specific areas of training for personnel having duties and responsibilities.
The course contents the folloing topics:Passenger ships familiarization training,passenger ships safety training for personnel providing direct service to passengers on board passenger ships in passenger spaces,Crowd Management Training, passenger ship passenger safety training, safety training in crisis management and human behavior, etc
This course is developed for training officers to provide first aid to seafarers sailing on board of a ship and is designed and performed in accordance with the Requirements of the Regulation VI/4 para 1 and Section A-VI/4 para 1-3 of STCW'78 (as amended), IMO Model Course 1.14, Directive 2008/106/EС and Directive 2012/35 EC of the European parliament and the Council, and the national standard for this training as well.
This course is intended for masters and other persons in charge of medical care to improve and update existing skills and knowledge in order to render first aid and medical assistance to sick and injured on board ships until expert attention is available. The course is in accordance with MLC Convention; EC Directive 1992/29EC and Regulation 9 of Ministry of Transport . After successful course completion, the trainees will have updated their knowledge of the types of ships’ medical equipment and stores and their use and to be able to:
The course is a mandatory for all seafarers who will be required to perform the duties of Ship Security Officer on board ship and includes the obligatory minimum requirements for training and certification in compliance with Rule VI/5 para 1 and Table A VI/5 para 1 of the Code to Convention STCW 78 as amended in 2010, as per Directive 2008/106/EC, IMO model course 3.19 - Ship Security Officer and national mar
The course provides the training for seafarers to launch and take charge of a fast rescue boat and comprises the mandatory minimum requirements for training and issuing a certificate in accordance with the Section A-VI/2 para.5-8,Table A-VI/2-2 of STCW 78,as amended, IMO Model course 1.24 and Directive 2008/106/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
The course is mandatory for all seafarers on support level, including all persons which are not on management and operational level (such as apprentice officers), who will work onboard ships following the regulations of the International ship and port security ISPS Code and who during performance of their routine duties, will not be additionally entrusted with duties aiming to achieve security of the ship.
The course is essentially practical and consists of 10 exercises of which 6 are joint exercises performed on the most advanced Full Mission simulators Ship Bridge “Polaris” and Engine Room “Neptune” equipped with the latest software and including thorough debriefing
The course is designed for theoretical and practical training, refreshment and update of knowledge and skills of students in ”Maritime Navigation” in University and Secondary school and the trainees in vocational qualification courses as well, and seafarers holding competence OOW, chief officers and masters of various types of ships on management of bridge team and resources through intensive use of an interactive full mission maritime ship bridge simulator.
The purpose of the course is to provide training for refreshing and updating the knowledge and skills of ship engineers who are holders of certificates for chief engineers, second engineers, watch-keeping engineers and electrical engineers.
Course aim – The course is developed in accordance with IMO Model course 1.27 as well as standards of competence laid out in Section A-II/1,2 of the STCW 78, as amended in 2010, IMO Res. A.817 (19) and the national standard for this training, in force from 01 January 2013
At the end of the course, the seafarer will:
This course is for for deck officers and engineers with minimum watchkeeping officer (engineer) capacity and also electrical engineers. The trainee must know well the mandatory requirements ,means and facilities for oil pollution prevention required as per SectionA-II/1 of Chapter II,A-III/1 and A-III/6 of Chapter III of the STCW.
ENTRY STANDARDS - The trainees should have completed approved by the Bulgarian Maritime Administration basic safety training courses in accordance with Reg. VI/1 and section A-VI/1 of STCW 78 as amended.
This course provides training for officers and ratings who have not previously worked on board liquefied gas tankers as part of the regular complement and meets the mandatory requirements for training ship’s crews – Reg. V/1-2 para 2.2 and Code A- V/1-2 para 1, table V/1-2-1 of the STCW 78 as amended. The course includes basic safety and pollution prevention precautions and procedures, layouts of different types of liquefied gas tankers, types of cargoes, their hazards and their handling equipment.
The course aims to prepare the trainees to meet the minimum standards of competence in advanced fire fighting. The skills and knowledge obtained during the course will help the seafarer to improve his occupational communications and to develop a new understanding of the necessity to protect the environment.