STCW ELEMENTARY FIRST AID (EFA) AIMS:
This STCW First Aid course is designed for those professional yachtsmen, super yacht crew and seafarers who are required to comply with the STCW 95 code of practice and the STCW 2010 amendments. In the super yacht industry this certificate is required by all crew. In the smaller yacht industry skippers operating up to 60 miles from a safe haven can operate with this certificate. Skippers operating further offshore require the more advanced 4-day MCA / STCW Medical First Aid and Medical care courses which are aimed at seafarers venturing offshore.
Essentially, if you were at sea and a member of your crew became seriously ill, somebody on board should have sufficient skills to perform adequate first aid until professional help can be reached.
This is one of the course that makes up the STCW Basic Safety Week.
STCW ELEMENTARY FIRST AID (EFA) COURSE DURATION:
STCW ELEMENTARY FIRST AID (EFA) PRE REQUISITES:
- Minimum age 16
STCW ELEMENTARY FIRST AID (EFA) COURSE CONDITIONS:
This course is run from Hythe (near Southampton/New Forest).Training and certification are provided by an external MCA Approved Training Provider.
STCW ELEMENTARY FIRST AID (EFA) COURSE CONTENT:
- Dealing with Emergencies
- Treatment for
- Handling casualties
- Calling for help
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE STCW ELEMENTARY FIRST AID (EFA) COURSE:
- Day of Training
- STCW Elementary First Aid Certificate
- First Aid Manual
- Free Parking
- Covid Test (on arrival)
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED IN THE STCW ELEMENTARY FIRST AID (EFA) COURSE: