STCW Medical First-Aid

STCW-MFA

Programme Overview Programme Overview

This three-day programme covers subjects including:  classroom theory in introduction and detail on various first-aid situations which might be encountered on-board.  There are also practical exercises on wounds, bandaging, spinal injuries, patient assessment and administering medication.


Programme Information Programme Information

Next Programme Dates

To be scheduled

 

Who is this Programme for

Persons working in the seafood industry or public service.

 

Locations

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

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

 

Duration

This course is delivered over 3 days.

 

Training Methodology

This is a classroom based course; they are highly interactive with role playing and practical exercises to reinforce understanding and learning.

 

Certification

On successful completion of this programme, the learner will receive a STCW Medical First-Aid onboard Certificate issued by BIM on behalf of the Department of Transport.

 

Entry Requirements

Working in the seafood industry or public service.

 

Employment Opportunities

This course is mandatory for a learner to complete their Second-Hand Limited or Second-Hand Full Certificate of Competency.

 

Assessment

Written examination and practical assessment.

 

Fees

€225

Grant Aid

Please contact Kathy Cullimore for more information  kathy.cullimore@bim.ie  on +353 1 2144283

 


For more information contact

National Fisheries College of Ireland (Cork)

Castletownbere, Co Cork

National Fisheries College of Ireland (Donegal)

Greencastle, Co Donegal