Learn the skills and techniques required for Personal Survival at Sea. This course is one of the components required to obtain an AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training (CoST), which is the minimum mandatory qualification required to serve on board vessels in international waters.
Location - Cairns: Great Barrier Reef International Marine College, 55-61 Tingira Street, Portsmith
Dates: 6 August 2018 3 September 2018 8 October 2018 5 November 2018 3 December 2018
Hours of Study: 2 days
(Monday 8.30am - 4.30pm & Tuesday 1.00pm - 4.30pm)
Full Fee: $550.00
For information on funding or to enrol, call 1300 656 959
Please note that course dates and fee structures are subject to change.
Survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment
You must be a minimum of 16 years of age. As this course involves strenuous water activities, you may be required to complete a medical declaration prior to commencing training.
Assessment involves written assignments, tests and practical demonstration of skills.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL recognises your existing experience gained through life or work for which you may not have obtained a formal qualification. We will work with you to identify your existing skills and knowledge and assess if you can then achieve a full or part qualification. This also helps to avoid unnecessary duplication of training.
For information on funding or to enrol, call 1300 656 959.
For course information, call (07) 4041 9813.
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All prices are listed in Australian Dollars (AUD).
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GBRIMC reserves the right to cancel the course if insufficient enrolments have been received by seven days prior to commencement of course.
Any fees paid for cancelled courses will be refunded in full.