The course syllabus covers the mandatory minimum requirements prescribed in Regulation VI/3 and Section A-VI/3 of STCW 2010.
Trainees who successfully complete this course shall be able to demonstrate the required minimum standard of competence set out in Table A-VI/3 of STCW 2010 for seafarers who may be designated to control fire-fighting operations.
This course is open to those seafarers who have completed a basic course in fire prevention and fire fighting. Trainees shall be medically fit for physical training. Minimum number of participants is ten (10) and maximum is sixteen (16).
A certificate of successful completion shall be issued to those participants who successfully complete the course and meet the assessment criteria.
Maritime Training Council (Philippines)
Panama Maritime Authority
Liberian Bureau of Maritime Affairs
Norwegian Maritime Directorate
Maritime and Coastguard Agency (UK)
Course Fee :
Building 2079 Nabasan Pier
Naval Magazine Area
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Sales & Marketing Office
4th Floor Scandic Palace Building
4291 Emilia Street, Barangay Palanan
Makati City 1235
Tel: +63.2.822.9988; 822.4073
The IDESS Maritime Training Center in the Philippines purchased a VSTEP simulator classroom for training of its customers in compliance with international maritime standards and regulations. The simulators provide IDESS with a high tech tool to enhance their current simulator training and offer customers certified simulator courses in navigation at the IDESS center.
IDESS is an ISO 9001:2008 Quality Assured company providing training courses to maritime students and personnel in the Philippines. The classroom purchase by IDESS includes 4 high performance NAUTIS Desktop Trainers and an Instructor Station to allow the instructor full exercise control during training sessions.
Following the recent scrutiny Philippine seafarers have come under due to the 2013 European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) audits and results, high quality training in compliance with current maritime regulations remains a priority for the leading training centers in the region. The installation of the simulator classroom gives IDESS full capability to provide cost effective training in compliance with the latest STCW and IMO standards.
The classroom was delivered and installed by VSTEP and its Philippine partner Delnet and selected IDESS instructors have received simulator operation training from VSTEP engineers. The new simulators courses will be integrated in the IDESS training curriculum on offer.
ROV Pilot Technician
|The course content is in line with the IMCA guidance documents and syllabus for ROV-related training courses. Duration is 15 teaching days, total stay at IDESS will then be 17 days (week-end off)As well as theoretical instruction, trainees will gain considerable hands-on experience in flying and working with Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles in the realistic environment of Subic Bay.The course is designed as an entry level course for personnel with no prior operational experience. Around 5 days will be allocated to hydraulics and electro, to proper understand maintenance procedures.
At the end of this course the trainee will have gained knowledge, understanding and experience in the operation of Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles.
A certificate of successful completion and a logbook shall be issued to those participants who successfully complete the course and meet the assessment criteria. This is a competency based course.
Commercial Oilfield – ROV Pilot Technician
|The course content is in line with the IMCA guidance documents and syllabi for ROV-related training courses. Duration is 30 teaching days, total stay at IDESS will then be 40 days (week-ends off)As well as theoretical instruction, trainees will gain considerable hands-on experience in flying and working with Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles in the realistic environment of Subic Bay.The course will give extended understanding of fiber optics, High Voltage, Electronics & Electro as well as hydraulics|
Contact us for more information about the course and the schedule for 2013.
Main Training Complex
Naval Magazine Area
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
+63 47 252 3043
This course covers the following topics:
- Principles of HACCP / ISO 22000
- Hygiene Inspections
- Food and risks
- Safety standards
- Principles in Food Safety Management
- Self Assessment in Practice
- ISO 22000 documentation
- Implementation of ISO 22000
- ISO 22000 Internal Auditing
- Responsibilities of food safety auditors
- Management systems – control
- Practical audits
- Audit Criteria
Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to:
IDESS offers a wide range of competency based training and assessment services to the shipping, offshore, oil and gas and other industries and was one of the first training providers worldwide to be granted approval to conduct the Competency Assessor course by OPITO.
Stolt Tankers B.V. (STBV) has developed a course called NavEX, which IDESS is now running for Stolt Tankers.
This is a 4 days course focusing on challenges facing the navigators.
- Collision Regulations
- Bridge procedures
- Radar plotting
- Case study discussions
- Lesson learned
To motivate the crew – if necessary – to change its behavior to good resource management practices during everyday operations. This includes understanding of the importance of good management and teamwork and the willingness to change behavior. The use of common terminology is also emphasized.
The MRM course is:
- Changing attitudes – not skills
- Focusing crews as intact teams, not a collection of competent individuals
- Addressing crewmember attitudes and behaviors
- Providing two sets of objectives:
- Training Objectives
- Specific Behavioural Objectives
- Providing Computer Based Training for transfer of facts
- Utilizing case studies and human interaction to change attitudes
- Originally based on the airline industry Crew Resource Management
For more info, visit: http://www.idess.com