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Basic Safety Training

The Complete STCW 2010 Basic Safety Training (STCW)

The complete STCW 2010 Basic Safety Training (STCW) Course is offered in five modules over 5 days. Galileo also offers, by special arrangement, each of the five modules individually. 

 1. Elementary First Aid (EFA)

 2. Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (FPFF)

 3. Personal Survival Techniques (PST)

 4. Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (PSSR)

 5. Proficiency in Security Awareness (PSA)


STCW stands for the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers.


The STCW 2010 Basic Safety Training Course is to enable the student to be certified for the STCW 2010 Basic Safety Training, which is required by law for working on a superyacht.


Galileo is directly accredited by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) of the Department of Transport of the United Kingdom to issue MCA Certificates.

€ 1048.00
Approved Engine Course 1 (AEC 1)

The Approved Engine Course 1 (AEC1)

The Approved Engine Course 1 (AEC1) is the first level qualification for the MCA Engineering Officer training structure. Having completed the course a learner will improve and enhance their employment prospects within various sectors of the marine industry.

The course will enable a learner to gain a general appreciation of basic marine diesel mechanics, electrics, and MARPOL pollution legislation. Learners will have skills to carry out regular servicing of marine diesel engines and to carry out fault prevention and detection.

This course meets the requirements for the MCA Code of Practice for the ‘Safety of Large Commercial Sailing and Motor Vessels’, the ‘Safety of Small Commercial Motor Vessels’ and the ‘Safety of Small Workboats and Pilot Boats’.

The Approved Engine Course 1 (AEC1) is a highly interactive course which involves both classroom and practical workshop sessions in order to ensure candidates reach the required standard.

€ 255.00
Proficiency in Designated Security Duties

Proficiency in Designated Security Duties

The 1-day Proficiency in Designated Security Duties (PDSD) course has been designed for all seafarers and all security personnel engaged on vessels where that seafarer has a designated security duty and it is mandatory for armed security or an unarmed security team member to be part of a Maritime Security Team.

The course gives participants an in-depth understanding of the background of the international maritime security framework and its various security responsibilities and comprehensive information on the ship maritime security levels 1 to 3. The course incorporates the Proficiency in Security Awareness of the STCW Convention and Code and also includes Anti-Piracy Awareness Training.

€ 4000.00
IYT Master of Yachts Limited

Master of Yachts 200 Tons Limited

What does the Master of Yachts 200 Tons Limited course consist of?

A 7 day classroom course to reinforce and examine knowledge of:

  • Collision Regulations
  • Meteorology
  • Navigation and chart work
  • Seamanship
  • Tides and tidal streams
  • Business and Law.

Followed by a 6 day Andaman Sea voyage in our training motor yacht to refine and test command skills.

The IYT Master Of Yachts 200 Tons Limited Certificate of Competency allows the holder to be in charge of a yacht up to 200 gross tons within 150 nautical miles of safe haven and/or to legally stand a watch on a yacht up to 500gt. It is also one of the requirements for entry to the MCA Officer of the Watch (Yachts) program and is the first step on the professional yachting promotion ladder.

The course is not for beginners.
Instruction will be intensive. Candidates should feel that they are ready for command and have the necessary qualities such as situational awareness, sense of responsibility, leadership ability and basic boat handling skills. The practical instruction is intended to formalise and give structure to candidates’ ability to command, not to teach from scratch. A person who has never maneuvered a powerboat in close-quarters cannot reasonably expect to pass.

The final day of the practical course is given over to a practical examination by an IYT Examiner who will assess candidates’ practical ability, their underpinning knowledge and their command ability by means of an extensive oral and practical test on a yacht. Candidates can expect to be examined on any subject covered by the syllabus of the theory or practical courses and to be questioned on any aspect of their yachting experience to date.

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