Who Is This Course Suitable For?
This course is intended for all seagoing personnel who need to be able to practice emergency first aid on board a commercial ship or superyacht. It comprises the knowledge required in STCW 95 Table A-VI/1-3 and provides an introduction to the principles of First Aid.
STCW Elementary First Aid Course Delivered in Cornwall
The STCW Elementary First Aid Course is carried out at our professional training centre based in St Austell, Cornwall. Our training centre has excellent access to the A30 and accommodation nearby for those that need to extend their stay. Find out more information about our location and facilities.
What Will I Learn During the STCW Elementary First Aid Course?
You will learn basic skills to deal with injuries at sea and ashore. The Content for this course includes:
- Dealing with an emergency
- Priorities of treatment
- Casualty transport
- Basic life support (CPR)
- Shock management
- Wounds and bleeding
- Burns and scalds
- How to get help at sea
What’s Included on The Course?
When registering for STCW Elementary First Aid training with us, you will receive a course manual and use of all equipment on the course. In addition to this, refreshments will be included throughout the day and once successfully completed, each person will also receive certification of their qualification.
We can combine two courses for the price of one, offering a dual certification with a shore-based Emergency First Aid at Work qualification if required.
Why Choose Cornwall Training for Your STCW Elementary First Aid Course?
At Cornwall Training, our staff are experienced professionals from a range of operational backgrounds including HM Coastguard and the RNLI. For us, quality is key, and we strive to deliver engaging and informative training sessions that are suitable for all to enjoy.