This Training Courses are intended for Seafarers who require the refreshments for any STCW certificate.



REFRESHER TRAININGFull courseReduced course
DURATIONPRICEDURATIONPRICE
Basic Safety Training16 hours 294€12 hours 250€
Survival Craft and Rescue Boat Other Than...12 hours260€4,5 hours150€
Fast Rescue Boats12,5 hours200€7,5 hours150€
Advanced Fire Fighting8 hours300€4,5 hours190€
GMDSS ROC8 hours240€
GMDSS GOC16 hours390€
Medical First Aid8 hours200€
Crowd Management on Passenger Ships8 hours140€
Port Skipper16 hours240€

Reduced course requirements:

Have been embarked for at least 3 months in the last 5 years in merchant vessels or fishing vessels over 24 m in length.

 

Guaranteed training, Escola Port never cancels its courses.


UPCOMING UPDATE COURSES



CourseScheduleStart of courseMore info.
Basic Safety TrainingJueves y ViernesNov. | Ju. 11
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Non fast boatsCurso ReducidoNov. | Wed. 10
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Fast boatsMiércoles y JuevesNov. | Wed. 03
Full
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Advanced Fire FightingCurso ReducidoNov. | Sat. 13
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Restricted OperatorSábadoOct. | Sat. 30
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General OperatorMiércoles y JuevesNov. | Wed. 24
Full
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Initial Medical First AidIntensiveNov. | Sat. 06
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Crowd Management on Passenger ShipsViernesOct. | Fr. 29
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Port SkipperSaturday and sundayNov. | Sat. 13
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See calendar of all courses
 

 

The refreshers of Basic Safety Training, Survival Craft and Rescue Boat other than Fast Rescuet Boat and Advanced Fire Fighting can be obtained in two ways.



Certificates Crowd management on passenger ships, GDMSS ROC, GDMSS GOC and Port Skipper must be revalidated through training and reduced practices with their respective competence upgrade courses .



Security Awareness and in Designated Security Duties and Deck Rating certificates do not expire.

 



MEDICAL FIRST AID

To carry out the 8-hour update course, the certificate must be in force. If the certificate is expired, the full course of 22 hours must be done.





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