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Medical Care Provider

Medical First Aid AKA Medical Care Provider (IMO Model 1.14)

A mariner who successfully completes the course will satisfy the following: 1. STCW Code Table A-VI/4-1; and 2. the competency requirements of 46 CFR 12.619(a)(2); and 3. the Medical First-Aid Provider training requirements of 46 CFR 11.309(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR 11.317(a)(3)(i); 46 CFR 11.319(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR 11.329(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR 11.335(a)(3)(i); and 46 CFR 12.619(a)(1).

This course is approved by the USCG and is appropriate for mariners seeking STCW endorsement as Master or for any mariner who serves as the medical care provider aboard a vessel.  This 24 hour course consists of lectures, demonstrations and hands on practicle training with a professional medical care provider in a class room setting.  This course will move well beyond basic First Aid and CPR and cover more advanced topics required aboard sea going vessels.

Cost: $750

Class Times: 0830-1730


Upcoming Classes

2019 COURSES 

March 2019

4-8 Upgrade To Master (5 Nights) $400

9 Sail / Tow Endorsements (8-12) (1-5) $150

15-19 STCW Basic Training (5 Days) $1200

April 2019

1-14 OUPV Captains License (Nights / Weekend) $950

15-19 Upgrade To Master (5 Nights) $400

20 Sail / Tow Endorsements (8-12) (1-5) $150

28-May 2 STCW Basic Training (5 Days) $1200

May 2019

6-19 OUPV Captains License (Nights / Weekend) $950

10 Crowd Management (830-4:30) $300

18 Crisis Management (830-4:30) $300

21-24 Bridge Resource Management (4Days) $950

26-28 Advanced Fire Fighting (3 Days) $950

29-June 31 Vessel Security Officer (3 Days) $900 

June 2019

1-9 OUPV Captains License (9 Full Days) $950

Medical Care Provider (date pending)

(More Dates Coming Soon)

Dates Subject to Change

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Training Flow Chart

Certifications Required for Crew-

Working on 6 passenger boats in the USVI

-CPR & First Aid

-Random Drug Testing Program

-add TWIC (from TSA) if entering secure port areas in US & BVI

Working on 6-121 Passenger Boats in the BVI

-add: STCW Basic Training

Working On Vessels with more than 12 passengers in BVI

-add: STCW Crowd Managment

-add TWIC (from TSA)

Additional: Helpful but not required by Law

-STCW Crisis Management

This information is not intended to answer all questions regrading licensing- use it as a guide only- information subject to change. Call for a personal consultation 340-775-2278

Certifications Required for Captains-

Operating 6 passenger boats in the USVI

-USCG OUPV Near Coastal License

-CPR & First Aid

-Random Drug Testing Program

-FCC Marine Radio Operator Permit

-TWIC Card (TSA.gov)

Operating 6 Passenger Boats in the BVI

-Add: Master Upgrade to 50 or 100 Gross Ton Master Near Coastal

-add: STCW Basic Training

-add: BVI Boatmaster License (from BVI Shipping)

-add: STCW II/3 Endorsement on License 

Operating Vessels with more than 12 passengers in BVI

Same as above and

-add: STCW Crowd Managment

-add: STCW Crisis Management

-add: Vessel Security Officer

This information is not intended to answer all questions regrading licensing- use it as a guide only- information subject to change. Call for a personal consultation 340-775-2278