Personal Survival Techniques (PST) STCW-95
This course containing practical and theory sections including launching and entering a life raft in a designated pool.
Short Courses (STCW’95 & non STCW’95).
Personal Survival Techniques (PST) is a course split into both theory and practicals, including launching and entering a life raft. Included are actions to be taken by persons for self protection in emergency situations, survival at sea and deployment of safety equipment.
It forms part of the mandatory basic training for all seafaring personnel. So it's also part of our offshore training courses.
Items to bring:
When joining this course please ensure you bring the following items with you:
National ID, Swim gear, wash gear and towel, change of clothes, soft shoes to wear in the pool,€1 coin for safety locker.
Please note: Students must produce a valid Doctors Note or Seafarers Medical. A doctor’s note is a letter from a doctor (GP) to state that the course candidate/delegate is considered medically fit to participate in all aspects of the course. A valid Irish Seafarer’s Medical or a Seafarer’s Medical Certificate issued by an administration of an EU member state will be accepted in place of the Doctor’s Note. Failure to produce either a Doctor’s Note or a recognised Seafarers Medical Certificate will prevent a delegate joining the course.
All students will be asked to fill out a medical questionnaire before the course commences
N.B.-On the commencement day of the course, please be in the Reception area of the Seafarers by 9.30am..