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Chitkara University, School of Maritime Studies, conducts four modular courses at its campus. These courses are mandatory under the overall guidelines of IMO and the current requirements of STCW 2010 for anyone who wishes to undertake a seafaring career.
BST MODULAR COURSE – DURATION 12 DAYS
As Per DGS Circular 6 of 2018, Four STCW Basic courses are now combined as a Single course “Basic STCW Safety Training Course (BST)”.
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This course aims at training the candidates to provide elementary first aid on board ship, in accordance with table A –VI/1-3 of the STCW code, as amended. The course covers the requirements of the 1995 STCW Convention as amended and TEAP Manual. On meeting the minimum standard of competence in EFA, a trainee will be competent to take immediate action upon encountering an accident or medical emergency until the arrival of a person with medical first aid skills of the person in charge of medical care on board.
This course aims to meet the mandatory minimum requirements for seafarers for familiarization, basic safety training & instruction in accordance with Table A-VI/1-1 of STCW code , as amended.This syllabus covers the requirements for the 1995 STCW convention as amended and TEAP Manual. On meeting the minimum standard of competency in Personal Survival Techniques a candidate will be able to perform techniques for his own personal safety and of the ship.
This course provides familiarization, basic safety training and instruction for safe working procedures and social responsibilities on board ships in accordance with Table A-VI/1-4 of STCW code , as amended.This syllabus covers the requirements for the 1995 STCW convention as amended and TEAP Manual. On successfully completing this course and meeting the required performance standards candidate will be able to identify the potential areas of emergencies that may arise in the marine environment, thereby taking effective steps to observe “Safe working practices”, to eliminate personal injuries and accidents. It will help to create a conducive atmosphere designed to boost human/social relationships amongst shipmates.
This model course aims to provide the training for candidates in fire prevention & fire fighting in accordance with Table A –VI/1-2 of the STCW code, as amended.This syllabus covers the requirements for the 1995 STCW convention as amended and TEAP Manual. On completion of the course as per guidelines the candidate will be competent to take appropriate measures for the safety of personal & of the ship in case of fire and to use fire appliances correctly. The candidates will also have knowledge of fire prevention.
The aim of this course is to give Seafarers the essential education and training in Personal Survival Techniques, Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid and Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities.
On completion of the stipulated periods on the ship and passing Competency Examinations conducted by Directorate General of shipping, Government of India, the Junior Officer progressively climbs the hierarchy level through the ranks and eventually become eligible to be posted as Captain/Master on a Merchant Ship. The exposure in Merchant Navy Career helps a person grow in every aspect.
Merchant Navy Career is within itself a blend of variety in a single domain. During the Journey of this career one gains adaptability, awareness and professionalism while circumnavigating the Globe. Being on board the Merchant Ship an officer learns good communication skills and gathers extreme resourcefulness and acquires a high level of discipline.
The Merchant Navy being a lucrative and an adventurous work line demands great amount of hard work and dedication. A very rigorous training imparted in Merchant Navy makes the Deck Officer achieve high level of expertise in the field to work diligently over the years. Unexpected situations and emergencies provide a widespread knowledge and experience in facing and dealing them and keeps one on his toes.