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On completion of the course (SAMSA accredited) students will be able to understand the Principals and Responsibilities of National and International Requirements of a Ship Security Officer. They would have acquired the skills to Maintain ship security plans, Appreciate security levels, Develop and maintain measures for the control of access to the vessel, Conduct ship security and risk assessments and Implement effective search mechanisms and security control. An anti-piracy section is included in the course. The course is STCW and ISPS Code compliant.

On completion of the course students will be able to understand the Principals and Responsibilities of National and International Requirements of Security Duties to Seafarers in a Security Role. They would have acquired the skills to maintain the conditions as set out in the ship security plans, Appreciate security levels, Develop and maintain measures for the control of access to the vessel, Conduct ship security and risk assessments and Implement effective search mechanisms and security control. Piracy and armed robbery is covered in all the afore-mentioned skills areas.

Those who successfully complete the course should be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge to undertake the duties assigned under the PFSP.

Objectives On completion of the course students will be able to understand the Principals and Responsibilities of National and International Requirements of Security Awareness. They would have acquired the skills to enhance maritime security thr

Scope: This course has been designed to meet the requirements of STCW section VI/1 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model Course 1.19. Objective: To survive at sea in the event of ship abandonment Introduction:  
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