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Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques - IMO Model Course 1.19
Pages count: 63
Description: The main objective of the IMO Model Course 1.19 is to meet the minimum competence standards applicable to the seafarers with respect to the shipboard safety familiarization as well as the basic training in personal survival techniques, in accordance with the relevant sections of the STCW Convention.
The aim is to provide them with the proper guidance and necessary information to reach the KUP, standing for the knowledge, understanding and proficiency, so that they can demonstrate the due competence in the subject techniques. Those who have successfully completed all parts of the course will be considered as having sufficient skills and knowledge for performing the survival duties.
They will be expected to show the ability to don the lifejackets and immersion suits, operate the survival craft together with all equipment installed onboard, and to be proficient in the usage of the location devices, such as the radio equipment. In addition, they should be able to take all necessary actions when boarding the survival craft in order to increase the chances of survival. Recommended to every single seafarer sailing on any vessel and willing to be duly prepared for any sort of situation.
Part A: Course Framework 8
Part B: General Outline 12
Part C: Detailed Outline 15
Part D: Instructor Manual 28
Part E: Evaluation and Assessment 51
Appendix I Example Lesson Plan
Appendix II Sample Assessment Plan