Three Day Basic Safety Training

SKL – BST

Programme Overview Programme Overview

The Basic Safety Card  Programme consists of the following:

STCW-PST  Personal Survival Techniques 

STCW-EFA  Elementary First Aid

SKL–FPSA  Fire Prevention and Safety Awareness (non-certified course given in addition by BIM)


Programme Information Programme Information

Next Programme Dates

Please contact NFCI Castletownbere, Greencastle and Coastal Training units for further details

 

Who is this Programme for

Persons who are a minimum of 16 years of age and hold a G.P. Certificate of Fitness.

 

Location(s)

National Fisheries College of Ireland (NFCI), Castletownbere, Co. Cork

National Fisheries College of Ireland (NFCI), Greencastle, Co. Donegal

This programme can also be delivered throughout Ireland in BIM’s mobile Coastal Training Units (CTU’s)

 

Duration

3 day course

 

Training Methodology

Fire Prevention and Safety Awareness theory and drills

Personal Survival Techniques theory and drills

Elementary First Aid theory and drills

 

Certification

A BIM Safety Card issued by BIM on behalf of the Department of Transport is awarded after successful completion of training and practical drills.

 

Entry Requirements

Persons who are a minimum of 16 years of age and hold a G.P. Certificate of Fitness.

 

Progression

Learners who successfully complete this programme can progress to the one day Enhanced Safety Training programme

 

Employment Opportunities

In order to work on board a Fishing Vessel all fishing vessel crew members are required to undergo Basic Safety Training.  [Fishing Vessel (Basic Safety Training) Regulations, 2001 (S.I. 587 of 2001)]

 

Assessment

Written & Practical examination

 

Fees

€150


For more information contact

National Fisheries College of Ireland (Cork)

Castletownbere, Co Cork

National Fisheries College of Ireland (Donegal)

Greencastle, Co Donegal

Mobile Coastal Training Units

CTUs