Standards of Training,Certification & Watchkeeping (STCW)

WHAT IS STCW?

An International Convention providing for improved Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, that has been signed and ratified by all major maritime countries, which:

  • Promotes safety of life and property at sea, and;
  • Provides for further protection measures of the marine environment.
  • The STCW Code is the document where the mandatory provisions are laid out on how the intent of the STCW Convention will be achieved by all signers (parties) to the Convention.The STCW will:

  • Prepare mariners to utilize rapidly changing technologies, and benefit from the competitive advantages it can provide.
  • Reduce the economic disadvantage of “flags of convenience” employing poorly trained “crews of convenience.”
  • Who Must Do Basic Training (formerly Basic Safety Training)

  • Seafarer’s employed or engaged in any capacity on board ship as part of the ship’s complement with designated duties in the operation of the ship shall, before being assigned, have completed Basic Training.
  • STCW 2010

    15 Days COURSES :15,000 Rs.

    15 Days Accomodation:7500 Rs.

    INDOS No:2000 Rs.

    Medical Fee:3,500 Rs.

    CDC Application Fee :3000 Rs.

    *Batch conducted twice in a month

    TOTAL-31,000 Rs.

    Registration Fee-10,000 Rs.

    NOTE:-

    *If Required 30 Days pre sea traning classes to join the ship-50,000 Rs. including accomodation & food