Available courses

FOOD SAFETY AND HYGIENE FOR GALLEY STAFF
Security and Safety Courses

Description

A kitchen assistant cleans all food preparation areas and equipment in accordance with USPH regulations and the company's environmental program. You will also transfer supplies and equipment between storage and work areas; load/unload supplies in supply room; assist with pre-preparation tasks related to food; and perform other tasks as necessary.

 

Workload

4 hours

 



IMO 1.30 - On Board Assessment
Security and Safety Courses

Description

This course is directed, fundamentally, to all the people in charge of the evaluation in the service of seafarers on board. The course has a limited duration and for this reason it cannot be considered as a course that provided a complete advisor training, as this would take much more time. In any case, the course includes a good number of principles to develop and implement an assessment system on board.

 

Workload

16 hours

 


IMO 3.19 - Ship Security Officer
Security and Safety Courses

Description

This course provides knowledge to those who may be appointed to perform the duties and responsibilities of a Ship Security Officer, as defined in section A/2.1.6 (And section A/12) of the ISPS Code and section A-VI/5 of the STCW Code. 

 

Workload

20 hours


Basic security training for hotel personnel (Hotel Staff)
Security and Safety Courses

Description

The Hotel Staff course is designed so that staff can acquire the necessary knowledge to perform efficiently on board cruise industry vessels in any of the main areas of the ships.

 


Workload

60 hours

 


IMO 3.20 - Company Security Officer
Security and Safety Courses

Description

This course includes the necessary training for those personnel who can be designated as Company Protection Officer.

 


Workload

20 hours

 

IMO 3.21 - Port Facility Security Officer
Security and Safety Courses

Description

This course includes the necessary training for those personnel who can be designated as Port Facility Protection Officer.


Workload

6 hours

IMO 3.24 - Security Awareness Traning for Port Facilities Personnel With Designated Security Duties
Security and Safety Courses

Description

This course includes the necessary training for those people who have been assigned protection functions within the Port Facility Protection Plan, but who have not been designated as Port Facility Protection Officer.

 

Workload

6 hours

IMO 3.25 - Security Awareness Training for All Port Facilities Personnel
Security and Safety Courses

Description

This course includes the necessary training for those persons who have not been designated as port facility security officers, persons designated to act on behalf of the port facility security officer, or who are not required to comply with the provisions of the SOLAS chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code, since they have not been assigned specific protection functions.

 

Workload

6 hours

IMO 3.23 - Action to Be Taken to Prevent Acts of Piracy and Armed Robbery
Security and Safety Courses

Description

This course seeks the training of personnel in the event of high-risk situations involving pirates in the work area.

It is important to be clear that at no time is this course intended for participants to come into confrontation with pirates, but rather it will provide guidelines for identifying, determining, and mitigating these acts through appropriate planning, preparation, and coordination among various entities.

 

Workload

6 hours

IMO 3.26 - Security Awareness Training for Seafarers With Designated Security Duties
Security and Safety Courses

Description

At the end of this course the participant can successfully demonstrate sufficient knowledge to perform and attend to the tasks and responsibilities of ship security in accordance with the ship security plan, corresponding to Regulation VI/6, paragraph 4-6, Section A -VI/6 paragraph 6-8, and Table A-VI/6-2 of STCW'78 as modified Code.

 


Workload

10 hours

IMO 3.27 - Security Awareness Training For All Seafarers
Security and Safety Courses

Description

This course has been developed with the purpose of complying with the provisions of Chapter XI-2 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amended and the International Code for the Protection of Ships and Port Facilities and Regulation VI/6, Section A -VI/6, Paragraphs 4-5, Table A-VI/6-1 of the STCW International Convention, 1978, as amended, regarding protection awareness training for all seafarers.


Workload

6 hours

Galley Steward
Other Specialized Courses

Description

A kitchen assistant cleans all food preparation areas and equipment in accordance with USPH regulations and the company's environmental program. You will also transfer supplies and equipment between storage and work areas; load/unload supplies in supply room; assist with pre-preparation tasks related to food; and perform other tasks as necessary.

 

Workload

140 hours

 



Updating Course for Officer in charge of an Engineering Watch in a manned Engine Room or as designated duty Engineers in a Periodically unmanned Engine room (Operational Level)
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The program "Chief Engineer and Chief Engineer Officers of seagoing vessels whose main propulsion engine has a power equal to or greater than 3000 KW will provide the necessary skills at management level, for the realization of a safe engine watch, and proper operation of the ship.

 

Workload

1569 hours

 



Updating Course for Officer in Charge of Navigational Watch on ships to 500 gross tonnage or more (Operational Level)
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The Upgrade course for Master and chief mate on ships of 500 gross tonnage and above belongs to the management level of duties and responsibilities listed in column 1 of Table A-II/2 of the Code of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers

 

Workload

630 hours

 



Updating course for master and chief mate on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more (management level)
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The Upgrade course for Master and chief mate on ships of 500 gross tonnage and above belongs to the management level of duties and responsibilities listed in column 1 of Table A-II/2 of the Code of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers.

 

Workload

830 hours

 



Updating course for chief engineer and second engineer officer (first engineer officer) on ships of propulsive power more than 3000 kw (management level)
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The program "Chief Engineer and Chief Engineer Officers of seagoing vessels whose main propulsion engine has a power equal to or greater than 3000 KW will provide the necessary skills at management level, for the realization of a safe engine watch, and proper operation of the ship.

 

Workload

930 hours

 



High voltage installations (management level)
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course was designed in compliance with the requirements, functions, competencies and guidance set forth in the following sections and tables of the STCW 1978 Seafarers' Training, Certification and Watchkeeping Code, as amended: Regulation III/1, III/2, III/3, and III/6 Sections A-III/1, A-III/2, A-III/3 and A-III/6; Table A-III/1; A-III/2, and A-III/6; Section B-III/2.

 

Workload

35 hours

 



IMO 7.15 - Electro-technical ratings
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The electro-technical rating proficiency course is designed to meet the minimum training, qualification and competence requirements for any electro-technical rating responsible for the installation, repair and maintenance of electrical and electronic systems at support level on board a ship, whose main propulsion machinery has a power equal to or greater than 750 kW, in accordance with Regulation III/7 of the STCW Convention and Section A-III/7 of the Training Code.

 

Workload

432 hours

 



IMO 7.08 - Electro-Technical Officer
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course comprises three operational level functions. Upon successful completion of training and assessment, trainees should be competent to safely carry out the duties of an electro-technical officer.

 

Workload

992 hours

 



IMO 7.02 - Upgrading course for chief engineer and second engineer officer (first engineer officer) on ships of propulsive power more than 3000 kw (management level)
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The program "Chief Engineer and Chief Engineer Officers of seagoing vessels whose main propulsion engine has a power equal to or greater than 3000 KW will provide the necessary skills at management level, for the realization of a safe engine watch, and proper operation of the ship.

 

Workload

140 hours

 



IMO 1.10 Dangerous, Hazardous and Harmful Cargo
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course is mainly aimed at:

Personnel responsible for handling dangerous, potentially dangerous and harmful cargoes (hereinafter "dangerous goods") on board ships


Workload

33 hours

 

IMO 7.01 - Upgrading course for master and chief mate on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more (management level)
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The Upgrade course for Master and chief mate on ships of 500 gross tonnage and above belongs to the management level of duties and responsibilities listed in column 1 of Table A-II/2 of the Code of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers. It comprises 140 hours of theoretical and practical training.

 

Workload

140 hours

 



IMO 1.38 - Marine Environmental Awareness
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The purpose of this training program is to provide participants with a focus on the contribution of the human element in the prevention of pollution in the marine environment, as well as to educate, stimulate and empower the merchant marine officers on board. of the ships, contribute to the sound emissions in the environment and ensure compliance with the pollution prevention measures adopted for these fines.


Workload

6 hours

IMO 7.12 - Advanced Course for Ships That Navigate in Polar Waters
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The Advanced Course for ships navigating in polar waters belongs to the minimum training requirements and basic safety instructions for all seafarers, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation V/4, paragraph 4, Section A-V/4- 2, paragraph 2 and Table A-V/4-2 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code.

 


Workload

30 hours

 


IMO 7.11 - Basic Course for Ships That Navigate in Polar Waters
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The Basic Course, for ships that navigate in polar waters, belongs to the minimum training requirements and basic instructions in safety at work, for all seafarers, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation V/4, Section A-V/ 4, paragraph 1 and Table A-V/4-1 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code.

 


Workload

34 hours

 


IMO 4.05 - Energy efficient operation of ships
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The course covers essential topics to develop management tools to help a shipping company manage the environmental performance of a Ship Energy Management Plan (SEEMP), resolution MEPC.213 (63), adopted March 2, 2012. 

 

Workload

30 hours

 



IMO 3.12 - Assessment, Examination and Certification of Seafarers
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course is directed, fundamentally, to all the people in charge of the evaluation in the service of seafarers on board. The course has a limited duration and for this reason it cannot be considered as a course that provided a complete advisor training, as this would take much more time. In any case, the course includes a good number of principles to develop and implement an assessment system on board.

 

Workload

69 hours

 


Patrón de Nave de Placer
Other Specialized Courses

Description

A pleasure boat (or pleasure craft) is a vessel used for personal, family, and sometimes sporting recreation. These vessels fall into two main categories: speedboats and sailboats. There are also rowboats and canoes. They are used for vacations, for example, on a river, lake, canal, waterway, in an archipelago or coastal area. Pleasure boats are normally kept in a marina (marina).

 

Workload

70 hours

 


Patrón de Pesca de 1era
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course aims to provide participants with the essential theoretical and practical training to plan and execute safe navigation within Panamanian jurisdictional waters, applying the provisions of the regulations that regulate national maritime and port activity; Additionally, compliance with the regulations for the conservation of aquatic resources established by the ARAP.

 

Workload

86 hours

 


Patrón de Cabotaje de 500 TAB
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course aims to provide participants with the essential theoretical and practical training to plan and execute safe navigation within Panamanian jurisdictional waters, applying the provisions of the regulations that regulate national maritime and port activity for ships up to 500 TAB.

 

Workload

90 hours

 


Ordinary Seaman Course
Other Specialized Courses

Description

Este curso se ha desarrollado con el propósito de cumplir con lo establecido en el Capítulo del XI-2 del Convenio SOLAS 1974, enmendado y el Código Internacional para la Protección de los Buques y de las Instalaciones Portuarias y la Regla VI/6, Sección A-VI/6, Párrafos 4-5, Cuadro A-VI/6-1 del Convenio Internacional STCW, 1978, enmendado, en lo referente a la formación en sensibilización sobre protección para toda la gente de mar. 

 

Workload

520 hours

 


IMO 1.24 - Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This model course aims to provide training for candidates to launch and take charge of a fast rescue boat, in accordance with Section A-VI/2 of the amended STCW Code 1978.

 

Workload

25 hours

 



IMO 7.16 - Able Seafarer - Engine
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course has been developed with the purpose of complying with the provisions of Chapter XI-2 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amended and the International Code for the Protection of Ships and Port Facilities and Regulation VI/6, Section A -VI/6, Paragraphs 4-5, Table A-VI/6-1 of the STCW International Convention, 1978, as amended, regarding protection awareness training for all seafarers.

 


Workload

584 hours

 


IMO 7.10 - Able Seafarer - Deck
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course has been developed with the purpose of complying with the provisions of Chapter XI-2 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amended and the International Code for the Protection of Ships and Port Facilities and Regulation VI/6, Section A -VI/6, Paragraphs 4-5, Table A-VI/6-1 of the STCW International Convention, 1978, as amended, regarding protection awareness training for all seafarers.

 

Workload

384 hours


IMO 7.09 - Ratings Forming Part of an Engineering Watch
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The "Sailors who are part of the Watch in the Engine Room" program will provide the necessary skills in relation to work or responsibility for the surveillance of the machine in a safe manner.

 


Workload

96 hours

 


IMO 7.14 - Advanced Training Course for vessels governed by the IGF code
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The Advanced Training Course for ships governed by the IGF code, is a course that has been developed for seafarers who work with equipment or machinery and must provide surveillance in control and surveillance facilities of machinery, equipment and systems and thus reduce to a minimum the risks for the ship, the crew and the environment, always taking into account the nature of the fuels used, Except for ships governed by the IGF code (applicable to ships that transport liquefied gases in bulk) You must carry out practice in the simulator, to complete their training by simulating two fueling operations.

 

Workload

40 hours

 


IMO 7.13 - Basic Training Course for vessels governed by the IGF code
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The Basic Training Course for ships governed by the IGF Code, is a course that has been developed for seafarers who collaborate or participate with the safety of the operations of ships governed by the IGF Code in terms of taking precautions to prevent risks on ships governed by the code, especially in occupational health and safety and thus be able to carry out a concrete response to emergencies that may arise.

 

Workload

30 hours

 


IMO 1.40 - Use of Leadership and Management Skills
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The "LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS" course requires a structure. This course is designed in accordance with the provisions of Rules II/2 and III/2 of the STCW'78 Agreement, as amended.

 

Workload

40 hours

 


IMO 1.39 - Leadership and Teamwork
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The Leadership and Teamwork Course is aimed at carrying out management and training of personnel on board as well as maritime conventions and recommendations for the development, implementation and supervision of standard operating procedures, in accordance with the provisions of the Rule II/1, III/1, III/6, Section A-II/1, AIII/1, A-III/6 and Table A-II/1, A-III/1, A-III/6, of the Convention STCW 1978, Amended and its Training Code.

 

Workload

20 hours

 


Ratings Forming Part of a Navigational Watch
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The "SAILORS WHO ARE PART OF THE NAVIGATION WATCH" program will provide the necessary skills in relation to the government of the ship, maintaining surveillance service at all times, to carry out safe navigation.

 


Workload

40 hours

 


Wiper Course
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The course provides basic knowledge of familiarization and tasks of maintenance and cleaning of the engine room.

 


Workload

520 hours

 


IMO 6.09 - Training Course for Instructors
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The purpose of this training is to teach a person, general instruction techniques required by the agreement for training, certification and guarding of seafarers, 1978 as amended, to design, plan and develop a course in accordance with their acquired skills, according to so that the teaching-learning process is satisfactory and effective for the certification of the approved course.

 


Workload

60 hours

 


Ships Cook
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The 2006 MLC recognizes the importance of food and drinking water of appropriate quality and in sufficient quantities being carried on board and served by catering staff who have been properly trained or have received adequate instructions.

 


Workload

30 hours

 


Seguridad Marítima para Aguas Nacionales
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course is aimed at all seafarers, in accordance with the current and applicable provisions which are detailed in the specialty in accordance with the tasks and activities related to the trade that National Water Mariners carry out on board the vessels in Panamanian territorial waters.

 

Workload

8 hours

 


Capitán de Yate
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course is available to active seafarers and those wishing to become seafarers, preferably those who are to be employed on small passenger vessels, or yacht owners.

 

Workload

40 hours

 


Operador de Lancha
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The boat operator course is designed for all personnel who wish to operate or own a small, recreational and/or commercial vessel to comply with national maritime safety regulations.

 


Workload

25 hours

 


Bartender
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course aims, precisely, to make available to the working world, professionals in charge of: Organizing and maintaining the cleanliness of the bar, Supervising the operations of the bar, Communicating with customers, Creating a harmonious and pleasant environment for the enjoyment of customers with the in order to motivate them to return to the premises for the first-class service, Use soda dispensers, drink stirrers, ice crushers, among other instruments, Maintain the bar's inventory and place supply orders, Perform administrative activities, Comply with the security guidelines and policies established by the company.

 

Workload

155 hours

 



Waiter
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course aims, precisely, to make available to the world of work, as a guide, a broad set of preventive procedures, accompanied by criteria and guidelines for action with a view to facilitating their design, adapting them to the interests and needs of each organization; proving to be of great help in collecting the company's preventive policy and the objectives pursued in this matter.

 

Workload

240 hours

 



Housekeeping Assistant
Other Specialized Courses

Description

This course aims, precisely, to make available to the world of work, as a guide, a broad set of preventive procedures, accompanied by criteria and guidelines for action with a view to facilitating their design, adapting them to the interests and needs of each organization; proving to be of great help in collecting the company's preventive policy and the objectives pursued in this matter.

 

Workload

300 hours

 



Security Guard
Other Specialized Courses

Description

The security guard course is based on the knowledge that personnel must have to be able to work in the cruise industry, airport systems, and any other point that requires qualified personnel.

 

Workload

200 hours

 



IMO 1.19 - Basic Safety Training Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques
Basic Safety Courses

Description

The Proficiency Course in Personal Survival Techniques belongs to the minimum training requirements and basic safety instructions for all seafarers, in accordance with the provisions of Rule VI/1, Section A-VI/1 and Table A -VI/1-1 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code.

 

Workload

17 hours

 


IMO 1.20 - Fire Prevention and Firefighting
Basic Safety Courses

Description

The Fire Prevention and Fighting Course belongs to the minimum training requirements and basic safety instructions for all seafarers, in accordance with the provisions of Rule VI/1, Section A-VI/1 and Table A- VI/1-2 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code, includes 17 hours between theory and practice.

 

Workload

17 hours

 


IMO 1.21 - Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities
Basic Safety Courses

Description

The Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities Course belongs to the minimum training requirements and basic safety instructions for all seafarers, in accordance with the provisions of Rule VI/1, Section A-VI/1 and Table A- VI/1-4 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code, includes 20 hours between theory and practice.

 

Workload

20 hours

IMO 1.13 - Basic First Aid
Basic Safety Courses

Description

The Basic First Aid Course belongs to the minimum training requirements and basic safety instructions for all seafarers, in accordance with the provisions of Rule VI/1, Section A-VI/1 and Table A-VI/ 1-3, of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code, includes 17 hours between theory and practice.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


IMO 1.01 - Basic Training in Cargo Operations in Oil and Chemical Tankers
Oil and Chemical Tanker and Gas Carrier Special Courses

Description

THE BASIC COURSE FOR OPERATIONS IN OIL AND CHEMICAL TANKERS, is developed in accordance with the provisions of Section A-V/1-1 paragraph 1 and Table A-V/1-1-1 of the amended STCW'78 agreement and includes 48 hours between the theoretical and practical part.

 

Workload

48 hours

 


IMO 1.05 - Advanced training for liquefied gas tanker cargo operations
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

This course provides training for officers and ratings. 

It comprises a program of advanced training appropriate to the safety functions of liquefied gas tankers, fire safety measures and cargo systems, pollution prevention, safe operating practices and duties under applicable laws and regulations. 

The course is based on Regulation V/1-2, Paragraph 4.3, Section A-V/1-2, Paragraph 2 and Table A-V/1-2-2 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code.

 

Workload

61 hours

 



Bridge Resourge Management
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

The Bridge Resources Management Course belongs to the minimum training requirements for bridge officers, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation II/1, Section A-II/1 and Table A-II/1 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code, comprises 32 hours of theoretical and practical training. 

 

Workload

32 hours

 



IMO 1.23 - Proficiency in Survival Craft and rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

The "Sufficiency in handling survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats" course will allow the applicant to launch and take charge of a survival craft or rescue boat in emergency situations. , thereby ensuring the safety of human life at sea.

 


Workload

31.5 hours

 


IMO 1.04 - Basic training for liquefied gas tanker cargo operations
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

This course provides training for officers and ratings. It comprises a basic training program appropriate to the safety functions of liquefied gas tankers, fire safety measures and cargo systems, pollution prevention, safe operating practices and duties under applicable laws and regulations. The course is based on section A-V/1-2 of the STCW Code adopted by the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers as amended.

 

Workload

33 hours

 



IMO 2.03 - Advanced Fire Fighting
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

This course has been developed with the purpose of complying with the provisions of Chapter XI-2 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amended and the International Code for the Protection of Ships and Port Facilities and Regulation VI/6, Section A -VI/6, Paragraphs 4-5, Table A-VI/6-1 of the STCW International Convention, 1978, as amended, regarding protection awareness training for all seafarers.

 

Workload

31 hours

 


IMO 1.14 - Medical First Aid
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

The Sanitary First Aid course is developed in accordance with the provisions of Rule VI/4 paragraph 1, Section VI/4 paragraph 1-3 and Table VI/4-1 of the amended STCW'78 agreement and includes 32 hours between theoretical and practical.

 

Workload

32 hours

 


Engine Resource Management
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

The Engine Room Resource Management Course complements the competencies applicable to officers in charge of the watch in an engine room, in accordance with the provisions of Rule III/1, Section A-III/1 and Table AIII/1 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code, includes 40 hours between theory and practice.

 

Workload

40 hours

 


IMO 1.27 - Operational use of electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS).
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

The course "RADAR, APRA, BRIDGE TEAMWORK AND SEARCH AND RESCUE (MANAGEMENT LEVEL RADAR NAVIGATION)", requires a structured and complementary familiarization of the specific RADAR, APRA, Bridge, Search and Rescue on board the ship. This course is designed in accordance with the provisions of Regulation II/2, Section II/2 and Table A-II/2 of STCW'78 as amended code, includes 44 hours between theoretical and practical.

 

Workload

41 hours

 



IMO 1.15 - Medical Care
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

The Medical Care Course belongs to the minimum training and instruction requirements for seafarers who will be in charge of medical care on board, in accordance with the provisions of Rule VI/4, Section A-VI/4 , paragraph 4 and Table A-VI/4-2 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code, includes 48 hours between theory and practice.

 

Workload

47.5 hours

 


IMO 1.07 - Radar navigation, radar plotting and use of ARPA (operational level).
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

The course of RADAR NAVIGATION, RADAR POINTING AND USE OF APRA, is from the minimum training required for seamen working in or in charge of the watch on the bridge for safe navigation in accordance with the provisions of Regulation II/1 and II/3, sections A-II/1 and A-II/3, and tables A-II/1 and A-II/3 of the STCW '78 convention in the amendment, which includes 80.5 hours of theory and practice.

 

Workload

81 hours

 



IMO 1.08 - Radar, ARPA, bridge teamwork and search and rescue (management level)
Competency Certificates Safety Course

Description

The course "RADAR, APRA, BRIDGE TEAMWORK AND SEARCH AND RESCUE (MANAGEMENT LEVEL RADAR NAVIGATION)", requires a structured and complementary familiarization of the specific RADAR, APRA, Bridge, Search and Rescue on board the ship. This course is designed in accordance with the provisions of Regulation II/2, Section II/2 and Table A-II/2 of STCW'78 as amended code, includes 44 hours between theoretical and practical.

 

Workload

44 hours

 



IMO 1.46 - Safety Training on Passenger and Cargo Safety and on Hull Integrity
Ro-ro and Passenger Ships Safety Courses

Description

The Training Course on passenger and cargo safety and hull integrity, belongs to the training requirements and instructions of personnel to demonstrate their competence in passenger safety, cargo safety and hull integrity, of In accordance with the provisions of Rule V/2, paragraph 9, Section A-V/2 paragraph 5 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code,.

 


Workload

17.5 hours

 

IMO 1.42 - Passenger Ship Crisis Management
Ro-ro and Passenger Ships Safety Courses

Description

The Training Course in emergency management and human behavior on passenger ships belongs to the training requirements and instructions for personnel in crisis management during emergency situations on board a passenger ship, in accordance with what is established Rule V/2, paragraph 8, Section A-V/2 paragraph 4 and Table A-V/2-2 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code.

 

Workload

18 hours


IMO 1.41 - Passenger Ship Crowd Management
Ro-ro and Passenger Ships Safety Courses

Description

The Training Course in crowd control on passenger ships belongs to the minimum training requirements and instructions for crowd management on ships dedicated to passenger transport, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation V/2, paragraph 7, Section A-V/2, paragraph 3 and Table A-V/2-1 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code, includes 12 hours between theory and practice.

 

Workload

12 hours

 


IMO 1.44 - Safety Training for Personnel Providing Direct Service to Passengers in Passenger Ships
Ro-ro and Passenger Ships Safety Courses

Description

The Security Training Course for personnel who directly provide services to passengers in spaces intended for them, belongs to the minimum training requirements and additional instructions for those who provide direct service to passengers on ships dedicated to transport of passengers, in accordance with the provisions of Rule V/2, paragraph 6, Section A-V/2, paragraph 2 of the amended STCW'78 Convention and its Training Code, comprises seven (7) hours between theory and practice.

 

Workload

7 hours

 


Formación y entrenamiento en el cargo de loading master
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The training and training course in the position of loading master is designed with the objective of informing the participants of a compilation and information on prevention, dangers and the correct handling in the treatment in the different types of ships and modes of maritime transfers of liquids and gases in bulk, how they are, from Ship to Dock, from Ship to Maritime Terminal, and from Ship to Ship, the latter, either for Bunkering tasks, Alijo tasks, waste removal tasks dangerous oily and finally for tasks of floating storage, object carried out operations in an integrally safe way.

 


Workload

40 hours

 


Planeación, Diseño Y Ejecucion De Simulacros De Emergencia En Instalaciones Portuarias
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The Planning, Design and Execution of Drills and Exercises course focuses on acquiring knowledge in:

  • Guidelines for planning and conducting Maritime Protection Drills and Exercises.
  • Sequential process for planning and carrying out exercises and drills that can be used as a reference by the participants.

 

Workload

16 hours

 


Bunker Survey
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The Bunker Survey course focuses on acquiring knowledge in:

  • Bunker Procedures
  • regulations
  • Safety Checklist
  • Loading and unloading operations

 

Workload

16 hours

 


Prevención de Riesgos Laborales y Procedimientos para el Trabajo Seguro
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

This course intends, precisely, to make available to the world of work, as a guide, a broad set of preventive procedures, accompanied by criteria and guidelines for action with a view to facilitating their design, adapting them to the interests and needs of each organization; being of great help to collect the preventive policy of the company and the objectives that are pursued in this matter. 

Workload

8 hours

 


Auditor Interno del Código PBIP
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

This course intends, precisely, to make available to the world of work, as a guide, a broad set of preventive procedures, accompanied by criteria and guidelines for action with a view to facilitating their design, adapting them to the interests and needs of each organization; being of great help to collect the preventive policy of the company and the objectives that are pursued in this matter.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Prevención de Riesgos Profesionales para el Trabajo en Altura
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The professional risk prevention course for work at height is designed with the aim of informing the participants of the dangers and the safe way of working that must be carried out, what are the reasons for carrying out the inspections before to carry out work at height, the need to monitor and maintain personal protective equipment and the importance of using the appropriate equipment to carry out work at height.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Toma de Medidas de Gases en Áreas o Ambientes Considerados Altamente Explosivos
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The course on taking measurements of gases in areas or environments considered highly explosive focuses on acquiring knowledge in:

  • Evaluation of highly explosive environments
  • Classification of explosion risk areas
  • Knowledge of the equipment used for the measurement of atmosphere.
  • Signaling of ATEX zones

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Prevención De Riesgos Profesionales Para El Trabajo En Espacios Confinados
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The professional risk prevention course for work in confined spaces is designed with the objective of making the participants aware of the dangers and the safe way of work that must be carried out, what are the reasons for carrying out the inspections before entering a closed area, the need to monitor and control the atmosphere, inerting ventilation and the importance of using the appropriate equipment to carry out work in confined spaces.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Prevención de riesgos profesionales para trabajos en caliente
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The professional risk prevention course for hot work is designed with the objective of making the participants aware of the dangers and the safe way of work that must be carried out, what are the reasons for carrying out the inspections before the performance of common hot work processes, the need to monitor and control the atmosphere, ventilation, inertization, and the importance of using the appropriate equipment to perform hot work.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Uso y manejo de los equipos de respiración autónomos
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The course on the use and management of respiratory equipment focuses on acquiring knowledge in:

  • The basics of equipment
  • equipment types
  • Parts of the components of self-contained breathing apparatus.
  • Use and care of self-contained breathing apparatus.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Manual de Prevención de Derrame
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

Spills of Chemical Substances can affect operations and mean the evacuation of companies, many spills can be prevented, the development and implementation of good practices which significantly reduce the possibility of spills, highlighting that seriousness of any kind should not be underestimated of spill.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Técnicas de rescate en espacios confinados
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

At the end of the rescue course in confined spaces, the student will have adequate knowledge of the rescue techniques to be used according to the provisions of the enclosure, as well as knowledge of the rescue equipment and its use, including immobilization of the victim to extract it from the space. confined.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Formación en el Código PBIP
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The ISPS code training course is designed with the objective of making the participants aware of the provisions that can suppose a considerable burden for some governments, to the extent that they represent a change in the approach to security in the international maritime sector. . For this reason, the importance of technical cooperation is recognized to help these governments to implement the provisions of the ISPS Code.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Seguridad en las operaciones dentro de una terminal portuaria
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The labor carried out by professionals who work in port facilities is carried out surrounded by a large number of risks of all kinds that affect the worker. These must be minimized to guarantee that workers can carry out their professional activity safely and without affecting their health. To this end, occupational risk prevention services were created.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Inspección de Carga General
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

This course is aimed at security personnel with protection functions, operations and logistics personnel, importers, exporters, shipping agents, customs brokerage companies, insurance companies, port operators, cargo vehicle drivers, security companies and authorities that They will have responsibilities in the maritime protection and the security of the logistics supply chains of import and export of containerized cargo.

 


Workload

8 hours

 

Evaluación de Riesgos Portuarios
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

This course intends, precisely, to make available to the world of work, as a guide, a broad set of preventive procedures, accompanied by criteria and guidelines for action with a view to facilitating their design, adapting them to the interests and needs of each organization; being of great help to collect the preventive policy of the company and the objectives that are pursued in this matter.

 


Workload

8 hours

 


Procedimientos de Abordaje Seguro
Maritime Industrial Training Courses

Description

The insurance boarding procedures course is aimed at:

- Persons employed or who will be employed by an operator of an auxiliary services company, or that provides service to ships in the waters of the Panama Canal; and
- who must carry out a maneuver to board the ship, whether it is anchored or in motion.

 


Workload

8 hours

 

101 - CURSO DE INTRODUCCIÓN A MPIP ONLINE LEARNING CENTER
Introducción

Description

We welcome you to MPIP Online Learning Center. This introductory course is essential for those joining us for the first time. Here, you will become familiar with the key activities and resources you will find in our courses. Prepare for a robust and effective learning experience as you delve into our online teaching environment.