STANDARDS

Standards not supported with experienced instructors, will lack any basis for unity in tactics, techniques and procedures.

TRAINING

The SAT-Team syllabus is an almost infinite interlocking skill combination. Using SIA standards as a platform we incorporate professional procedures that are multifunctional and compatible to the commercial-sectors activities.

CSO/SSO (Company Ship/Security Officer/Ship Secuirty Officer)

ISPS Code / STCW 95 Required Training. The MCA accredited Ship Security Officer (SSO) training covers all required training elements as specified in the ISPS Code & SOLAS Amendments 2002, including EC Regulation 725/2004. ISPS Code / STCW 95 Required Training.

Training is based on IMO Model courses and approved for certification through the UK MCA for certification. Courses are approved under STCW 95 qualification when conducted in the UK and its overseas territories. Concentrating on Anti-Piracy and ship board security for personnel in a standardised training enviroment securing the required certification for employment and exceding previously outlined training in its area.

Training Period: 3days SSO, 4 Days CSO
Format: Classroom and Onboard Learning Minimum Class Size: 12
Cost: £495.00 SSO, £572.00 CSO.

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Maritime Security Training


With any Maritime training, the necessity for the smooth running of the vessel is paramount and therefore training is designed to be as unobtrusive and adaptable to any ship's routine without sacrificing safety.

Our maritime security course starts with sea survival understanding how to use the life raft, its equipment lifejacket and how to administer self help. This gives the essential practical skills and theoretical knowledge of how to react effectively to an emergency abandonment with or without a life raft.

Phase two of the course covers maritime compliance ensuring that the basics of liquefied gas and oil carriage including the different practices in the LNG and LPG sectors are understood. This provides safety information in the important areas of the ships safety and operational procedure.

Phase three covers Seamanship and Small boat handling used for escort protection and transitional escort drills. This is used in estuary or delta situation where heavy vegetation along the banks of inland waterways offers excellent concealment and enhances the effectiveness of ambushes against volatile shipping cargos. Security measures during the movement phase along an inland waterway include proper watercraft formations, constant water patrolling, and air observation.

Phase four covers onboard operations at sea this includes tactical and strategic appraisals, containment and defence strategy in relation to the vessel and cargo.

In a surprise attack by pirates the plan ensures control of the vessel and security of the crew and passengers is maintained with minimum persons in high risk areas on the vessel.

Training Period: 2 weeks (With ongoing managerial support)
Format: Classroom and Field Learning Minimum Class Size: 24 ( Four Teams)
Cost: POA.

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