Approved courses by DG's Liberia

VALUE ADDED COURSE with MLC 2006 COMPLIANCE & IMO MODEL

1. Elementary First Aid – (EFA).
2. Personal Safety & Social Responsibility (PSSR).
3. Personal Survival Techniques – (PST).
4. Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting.- (FP& FF).
5. Food Handling-Hygiene & Safety.
6. Ship Catering.
7. Advanced Fire Fighting.
8. Security Training for Seafarer Designated Duties (STSDD).
9. Medical First Aid.
10. Oil Tanker Familiarisation Course (support).
11. Chemical Tanker Familiarisation Course (support).
12. Deck Watchkeeping Course.
13. Engine Watchkeeping Course

1. Maritime English.
2. H2S.
3. Fast Rescue Craft Course.
4. Crude Oil Washing.
5. Bridge Team Management.
6. ISM (Support).
7.  MLC 2006.
8. Confined / Enclosed Space Entry.
9. Hazardous Material Training (HAZMAT).

1. Elementary First Aid – (EFA) – 
Scope
Compliance with the training requirement for Elementary First Aid as specified under A-VI/1-3 of STCW 95.
Objective
To educate the seafarer on the following :
To provide immediate basic medical care at scene of accident or other medical emergency until the arrival of a person with first aid skill or the person in charge of medical care on board the ship.
Duration: 3 days .

2. Personal Safety & Social Responsibility (PSSR)- 
Scope
Compliance with the training requirement for Personal safety & Social Responsibility as specified under A-VI / 1-4 of STCW 95.
Objective
On completion of this course the trainee should be able to identify potential areas of emergencies that may arise in the marine environment , whereby he can take effective steps to observe ‘Safe working Practice ‘ , to eliminate personal injuries and accidents. It will also help the Trainee to create a conducive atmosphere designed to boost high-spirited humane/ social relationship amongst shipmates.
Duration: 3 days.

3. Personal Survival Techniques
Scope
Compliance with the training requirement for Personal Survival Techniques course as specified under A-VI/ 1 of the STCW 95.
Objective
To educate the seafarer on the following :
To able to react in a correct manner during emergency situations, take appropriate measures for his own survival and for the survival of other and use survival equipment correctly. Also he will acquire knowledge which in some instances will enable him to identify and correct defects and thereby prevent emergencies.
Duration: 3 days.

4. Fire Prevntion & Fire Fighting(FP & FF)- 
Scope
This course covers the training recommended in Regulation VI/I of the STCW Convention 1978 as amended in 1995 . STCW 95 Code A-VI/1-2 and Annex I of IMO Assembly resolution A.437(XI): “Training of crews in fire fighting
Objective
A trainee successfully completing this course will be enabled to react in a correct manner in the event of an outbreak of fire to take appropriate measures for the safety of personnel and of the ship, and to use the fire appliances correctly. He will also be able to state and demonstrate that he has acquired knowledge and skills which some instance, will enable him to identify and correct defects and thus prevent fire from occurring
Duration : 3 days.

5. Food Handling-Hygiene & Safety
SCOPE
The scope of this course is to provide prospective Food Handlers with introductory training on the theory with informatics slides (PPT) & other learning material that fulfils the requirements of Food Handlers of the Offshore / Onshore & other industry which follows the recommendations contained in the IMO codes and the ICSW (international committee of Sea farer’s Welfare – UK) guidelines. Mindful of the fact that the course is targeted mainly towards food handlers from the beginner to the advance, the trainees will be familiarized the necessity of food safety & hygiene in day today life, not only in professional but in personal life.
Objective
Trainees are selected & put through this course on Food Handling- Hygiene & Safety which meets the requirements set by
a) Marine Safety Agency-MSA(M1373 / 1375).
b) Annex V (MARPOL).MEDC-2919(63).
c) Maritime & Hospitality Industry.
d) Ship owner’s requirement.
e) OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Act).
Duration : 3 days

6. Ship Catering
SCOPE
The scope of this course is to provide prospective Ship Catering with introductory training on the theory with informatics slides (PPT) & other learning material that fulfils the requirements of Food Handlers of the Offshore / Onshore & other industry which follows the recommendations contained in the IMO codes and the ICSW (international committee of Sea farer’s Welfare – UK) guidelines. Mindful of the fact that the course is targeted mainly towards food handlers from the beginner to the advance, the trainees will be familiarized the necessity of Ship Catering in day today life, not only in professional but in personal life.
Objective
Trainees are selected & put through this course on Ship Catering which meets the requirements set by
a) Marine Safety Agency-MSA(M1373 / 1375).
b) Annex V (MARPOL).MEDC-2919(63).
c) Maritime & Hospitality Industry.
d) Ship owner’s requirement.
e) OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Act).
Duration : 2 Weeks.