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SEFtec NMCI Offshore complete new OPITO in-water CA-EBS training exercises.

Posted: March 30, 2018

We are very pleased to have successfully completed the new in-water CA-EBS training, meeting the OPITO requirements for the BOSIET/HUET/FOET, as implemented on March 26th. Here’s some pictures taken from yesterday’s FOET, with Joe instructing. Well done to all the delegates!

Don’t forget we now offer the BOSIET with CA-EBS Digital Delivery at the NMCI. Complete the theory online in advance and then complete 1 days practical training at the NMCI. Book your place on our next course on April 16th! https://www.nmci.ie/offshore_courses/courseId/48700308/

BOSIET with CA-EBS Digital Delivery

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New Access to Offshore course dates announced!

Posted: March 16, 2018

Looking for a new career? How about working offshore?

If this interests you then why not come along to our public presentation on April 11th at the NMCI at 11am sharp! You’ll hear more about the course and how 5 days training could lead to a whole new career offshore.

This course is funded by the CETB and is open to over 18’s only.

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Looking forward to see you there on the 11th April!

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SEFtec NMCI Offshore Launch New Digital BOSIET CAEBS Course

Posted: February 27, 2018

Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (with Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System) Digital Delivery

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SEFtec NMCI Offshore (SNO) are now delivering the one day Digital BOSIET CAEBS at the NMCI. This is an alternative option for those who wish to complete the course theory online, in advance of attending the college for the course’s practical elements. This means a delegate can now complete all practical elements in one day.

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On arrival delegates will have to prove they have successfully completed all on-line modules before being permitted to proceed with the course. This will be evidenced by completing a thirty minute written assessment, covering all topics from Module 1 of the BOSIET CAEBS course.

Thereafter a day of practical training begins. During the one day training delegates will complete practical training and assessment for Fire Fighting, Sea Survival, Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET) and First Aid.

SNO delivered the first ever physical elements of the newly rolled out Digital BOSIET on Monday 26th February 2018. Feedback from the initial group of delegates to undertake this new course was extremely positive. One delegate commented “I found the E-BOSIET to be much more focused and efficient” while another said “Very informative, fun course with excellent instructors”.

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To find out more about this alternative to the three day BOSIET please visit this page of our website;

https://www.nmci.ie/offshore_courses/courseId/48700308/

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We’ve been nominated! Getenergy Awards 2017

Posted: May 5, 2017

 

 

 

 

Voting for the 10th Annual Getenergy Awards is now open and GAC Training & Service Solutions (GTSS) and SEFtec NMCI Offshore are up for two of the accolades. You have until 12:30pm on Monday May 8th to cast your vote online at http://global.getenergyevent.com/nominations/

GAC Training & Service Solutions have been shortlisted for Education Partnership 2017 and SEFtec NMCI Offshore have been shorted for Education and Training Provider of the Year.

Every vote counts so please support us and cast your vote today!

 

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Topical Issue Debate -Maritime Training

Posted: July 14, 2016

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Acting Chairman (Deputy Maria Bailey): 

Deputies Martin Kenny, Martin Ferris, Micheál Martin (Leader of Opposition) and Thomas Pringle have three minutes each.

 

Deputy Martin Kenny:  

“More than 400 people who have been trained by the National Maritime College of Ireland over the past year or so now find that they are not being certified. If this situation is not resolved, all of these people will be out of work from 1 January 2017. They will be unable to take up positions in Ireland or anywhere else in the world. It is intolerable that these people cannot be employed on any vessel anywhere until they get this certification in place. There seems to be some kind of stand-off between the Marine Survey Office, which is part of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, and the National Maritime College of Ireland. We need to get this resolved as quickly as possible. Many of these people cannot go anywhere else in the world to get these courses. They took these courses in good faith and expected that everything would be all right. It is intolerable that they have been left out in the cold in this manner. I implore the Minister to sort out this problem as a matter of urgency. It needs to be done immediately in order that people can be reassured. No one is aware of any reason this situation has not been resolved up to now”

 

Deputy Martin Ferris : 

Up to 400 seafarers and 20 lecturers are poised to lose their jobs on 1 January 2017. Their jobs will be at risk unless we resolve a dispute between the National Maritime College of Ireland and the Marine Survey Office. In February 2015, the National Maritime College of Ireland made a submission to the Marine Survey Office seeking approval of a refresher course, but it has not yet received such approval. Following the Marine Survey Office’s failure to respond, the National Maritime College of Ireland approached the UK Marine and Coastguard Agency through a dedicated maritime offshore joint venture training company. The UK agency is highly regarded globally and has approved courses undertaken in a number of EU member states, including France, Spain, the Netherlands and Croatia. Every member state recognises the appropriate certificates issued by other member states. The seafaring upgrade that was carried out by the UK Marine and Coastguard Agency in conjunction with the National Maritime College of Ireland relates to on-board safety and basic seafaring safety skills. The Minister can resolve the stand-off that has developed as a consequence of all this. He needs to convince the Marine Survey Office of the legitimacy of the refresher courses that were provided by the UK Marine and Coastguard Agency. The agency, which is recognised globally, came here to provide these courses, and 400 seafarers took part in them.

 

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