Learn and have fun with Club De Mar Medical STCW First Aid courses in Palma

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You know when you know that someone is going to be a total blast. Dr Joh from Club de Mar is that person. And she happens to be an MCA accredited course provider based in Palma. Double WIN.

We think you should utilise these tough times to skill up, and they say laughter is the best medicine. This lady has got all that in the bag!

Club de Mar Medical have just announced their autumn superyacht medical training courses all with social distancing and safety measures in place, and we would love you to support this fantastic team at their Porto Pi training centre.

The course dates and details are copied below and you can book directly with the team via the email at the end.

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Proficiency in Elementary First Aid course (“Basic First Aid”/ “Part of STCW 95”)

17 September 2020

14 October 2020

This is an MCA approved course which meets the mandatory requirements for all persons intending to go to sea.

The course covers the educational and knowledge required to meet the standard and enables the successful trainee to take immediate action upon encountering an accident or other medical emergency.

Standard: STCW95 A-VI/1-3. This notation appears on certificates issued upon successful completion of the course.  Currently this certificate is 5-year time limited.

Course fee: € 275

 

Proficiency in Medical First Aid course (“Medical First Aid”/ “Advanced First Aid”)

17 September 2020

14 October 2020

This is an MCA approved course which meets the mandatory requirements for Seafarers who are seeking Chief Mate or Engineer qualifications or are working towards becoming a Medical Person in Charge onboard.

The course covers the principles, priorities and management of first aid, basic life support, structure of the human body, care of the rescued casualty and treatment of infections and diseases, enabling an effective response to medical emergencies in the event of injury or illness.

Standard: STCW95 A-VI/4-1. This notation appears on certificates issued upon successful completion of the course and is crucial for eligibility to the Medical Care course.  Currently the Medical First Aid certificate is not time limited.

Course fee: € 750

 

Proficiency in Medical Care course (“Medical Care Onboard Ship”/ “Ship Captains Medical”)

21 September 2020

19 October 2020

This is an MCA approved course which meets the mandatory requirements for Seafarers who are seeking Captain qualification or want to qualify to be a Medical Person in Charge.

This intensive course is very practical covering life support, diagnostic techniques, management of a wide range of medical conditions and practical instruction in a variety of procedures such as clinical examination techniques, intramuscular injections, wound suturing and monitoring vital signs.

Standard: STCW95 A-VI/4-2. This notation appears on certificates issued on successful completion of the course.  The certificate is crucial when submitting to maritime authorities as evidence of training to this level.  It is not possible to do the Medical Care course without first holding a Medical First Aid certificate.

Certificates are valid for 5 years for persons responsible on-board ship for medical care and the use of medical supplies. Certificates are not time-limited for tickets of competency.

Course fee: € 850

 

Update for Medical Care Onboard Ship (“Captain’s Update”)

21 September 2020

19 October 2020

This is an MCA approved refresher course which meets the mandatory requirements for Seafarers who are designated to take charge of medical care on board ship. This intensive course refreshes the knowledge and skills provided by previous training in Medical Care on Board Ship as outlined above.

Updating of Medical Care on Board Ship is required at least every five years for Captains and persons responsible for medical care and the use of medical supplies. Candidates must have previously trained successfully in Proficiency in Medical Care Onboard Ship (in accordance with Section A-VI/4-2 of the STCW Code).

Standard: STCW95 A-VI/4-2. (The same notation as the Medical Care certificate).  It is not possible to register for the Update course without holding the Medical Care certificate within 5 years.

Course fee: € 650

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They run all courses pretty regularly so if you cant make these dates, please let them know and they will inform you when new dates are announced, or can arrange for private training if that is more suitable.

Please email info@clubdemarmedical.com to book a course or find out more and the team will do their best to help.

Courses are held at 1A Carrer de Les Rafeletes, 07015 Palma de Mallorca. This is in Porto Pi.

Each day starts at 08:30, they advise arriving 10 minutes early.

Most days are completed by 16:30 (but final/test days can be longer).  If it is vital that you leave at a certain time (due to flights for instance), please email for personal confirmation.

 More information on a range of monthly courses is available on the website

www.clubdemarmedical.com

Good luck!

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