STCW Basic Training Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities
Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities - Course #142
This ½ day course is one of the four modules of STCW Basic Safety Training. There are no tonnage limits on this course and it will satisfy STCW VI-1-4.
This course satisfies the Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities competency and training requirements of:
Applicants are not required to present completed record of assessment sheets when applying for the STCW endorsement.
This class is scheduled in conjunction with the Personal Survival Techniques course which is 1 1/2 days. PSSR is four hours in the morning or afternoon depending on the pool schedule which is also approximately 4 hours of practical training conducted the same day.
This day may run longer than the average classroom day as there are also transportation issues and weather can affect the pool schedule. Generally the full day will run until about 1800-1830. Typically this is day two of the course but can be a different day depending on the schedule.
PASSPORT for Photo ID, Paper, Pencil, Pen, 2 Highlighters (different colors)
Very clean school with amazing and super kind staff. Everyone was helpful sweet from the instructors to the front office. Had a great time, I’d like to come back in the future.
The class was great. Friendly and knowledgeable staff and instructors. Will definetly be taking more courses at MPT
Keep up the good work, the experience was noteworthy.
I was so impressed with the whole week of training. Everyone I came in contact with was on my side and there to help me succeed.
I couldn't be happier with the professionalism exhibited at MPT. Thank you guys for everything.
I am very impressed with my training experience.
No suggest everyone was wonderful!!
All professionally presented and informative.
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great school both staff and facilities
Everything was wonderful. No problems
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None...so far everyone at MPT have very helpful
Grest People and mentors... Thank you very much
Nothing. MPT does it right!
Bernard is a GREAT INSTRUCTOR!!!!!