Code:
0417ESS
Unit Code:
MARF027, MARF028, MARF029, MARF030.
Course Type:
Short Course; Accredited Course
Cost:
$1,133.00
Study Mode:
On Campus
Location:
Lakes Entrance Seamec
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Course Overview

Elements of Shipboard Safety training provides students with the basic skills to work in the marine industry. Topics include survival techniques, abandon ship drills, Occupational Health and Safety in the maritime workplace, and firefighting. Instruction takes the form of classroom learning and extensive practical activities utilising indoor pools and the waterways of the Gippsland Lakes.

Training comprises of units from the Maritime Training Package MAR20318 - Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1) and can be used as credit towards future maritime courses such as Coxswain Grade 2, Coxswain Grade 1, Master <24m NC or Engine Driver certificates.

Course Dates

CampusIntake DateAttendance Days
SEAMEC 28/07/2021Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm
SEAMEC 13/10/2021 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

Due to the current uncertainty we are taking expression of interests for the specified dates and will be in contact with you prior the anticipated commencement. Please fill out the enquiry form to register your interest.

Qualifications and Recognition

Upon completion of this course, students will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.

Career Opportunities

Commercial maritime employment as a deckhand, General Purpose Hand or credit towards further maritime studies.

Opportunities for Further Study

Further Information

Course and Entry Requirements

Must be at least 16 years of age, medically and physically fit and able to undertake tasks such as carry fire extinguishers, climb into liferafts and swim short distances wearing a lifejacket.

Pre-requisites

Not Applicable

Online requirement

Not Applicable

Fees

Course Cost

$1,133.00

Materials Fees

Not Applicable

Specialist Course Information

Bring swimming attire, towel and old shoes (sandshoes, runners or wetsuit booties) which can get wet on the first day.

Placement

Not Applicable

Pathway to Industry Licence

Material and Equipment supplied by students

Bring swimming attire, towel and old shoes (sandshoes, runners or wetsuit booties) which can get wet on the first day.

Student Services

Support is available for students at every stage of the study journey. Please speak to any of our friendly reception or teaching staff.

Recognition of Prior Learning

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Course Structure

Course Modules

Unit CodeUnit Description
MARF027   Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment
MARF028   Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel
MARF029   Meet work health and safety requirements
MARF030   Survive at sea using survival craft

Assessment

Written examinations, observation of practical tasks. Completion of AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment which will be used for further maritime studies and gaining a Certificate of Competency as a Coxswain, Master or Marine Engine Driver.