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Level 5 Update for Customers – Certified Safety Training

Posted: October 21, 2020
NMCI is Open
In line with current NPHET advice, in respect of Level 5, Higher Educational Institutes will continue to remain open and are deemed essential.
NMCI Services and SEFtec NMCI Offshore will continue to provide essential certified safety training  (that cannot be done remotely) to support the essential services provided by Seafarers, Oil & Gas Personnel and Emergency Services. Delegates are entitled to travel from within Ireland to attend a course.
We are adhering to strict Covid-19 safety procedures. Please watch our safety video below;
Hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs may remain open, but only to support provision of essential services. If delegates require accommodation throughout the duration of their training please contact the Carrigaline Court Hotel (T: + 353 21 4852100) which, at this time, remains open to support keyworkers for the duration of Level 5.
To book your course please visit https://www.nmci.ie/commercial
Please email services@nmci.ie for any course queries you may have.

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Level Three Update for Delegates

Posted: October 6, 2020

As of midnight tonight, October 6th, all counties in the ROI will be placed on Level 3 under the Plan for Living with COVID-19.

 

NMCI Services & SEFtec NMCI Offshore will remain open for educational training.

 

The courses we deliver are mandated for keyworkers within various maritime sectors.

 

These are our STCW courses, which are mandated by the International Maritime Organisation and accredited by the Marine Surveyors Office and our OPITO courses, mandated by the oil and gas operators for safe transit to and from offshore installations.

 

We will continue to offer these essential courses with our current COVID-19 safeguards in place in order to assist the supply chain to continue to function.

 

We will continue to advise our customers if there are any changes to certification because of enforced restrictions. Please check our social media channels (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and this Blog) for all updates. Use @NMCIServices to find us on all social media channels or click the links provided.

 

We shall work with all our customers to ensure they are both certified and safe whilst at the NMCI.

 

Our NMCI Services Admin team are working extremely hard to answer all questions you may have. Please email services@nmci.ie or call +353 (0)21 433 5609 to speak with our team. Course bookings can still be made online. Due to the large volume of emails and calls we are currently receiving, we would encourage customers to book online where possible.

 

In addition, please watch this video to view the COVID-19 safety measures we have implemented to protect you, your family, fellow students and staff.

 

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Arriving in Ireland- COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

Posted: July 23, 2020

NMCI Short Courses Avaiable to Book from August 31stWe look forward to recommencing training on the 31st of August.

Currently there are still travel restrictions in place and we are continuously monitoring for changes.

Arriving in Ireland from another country.

As of July 23rd 2020 please be advised that students arriving to Ireland from a non-green list location, will not be permitted to attend training at the NMCI without demonstrating that they have restricted their movements for 14 days in Ireland prior to attending the course.

By law, if you arrive in Ireland from any other country you will need to fill in a form called the Covid-19 Passenger Locator Form.
You will also be asked to restrict your movements for 14 days.

How long the travel restrictions will be in place.

We do not know how long the current travel restrictions will be in place. This will depend on the ongoing coronavirus situation. Please visit the website links below for further information.

http://www.gov.ie/en/publication/e885b2-covid-19-coronavirus-travel-advice/

https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/travel.html

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NMCI COVID-19 Update

Posted: March 12, 2020

Due to the ongoing nation-wide situation surrounding COVID-19, we have received a directive from the Dept. of Education to close the facility at the NMCI.

We regret to inform you that all NMCI Services, GTSS & SNO courses from the 16th to 29th March have now been cancelled.

We will continue to take instruction from the Dept. of Education and monitor the ongoing situation and will be in touch with you again with further updates.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your understanding at this time.

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Navigation Assessor Course

Posted: March 3, 2020

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Exciting opportunity to complete a Navigation Assessor course at the NMCI.

The Nautical Institute Ireland Branch & Irish Institute of Master Mariners, in association with the Department of Maritime Studies NMCI, are holding a seminar entitled “Seafarer Wellness – Are the signals being read?” on March 26th at the NMCI.

In advance of this seminar the Nautical Institute will be delivering a Navigation Assessor course at the NMCI on March 24th & 25th.

This course explores key issues and provides practical advice on:

  • What defines an assessment
  • Improving safety and best practice
  • How to conduct the assessment with a systematic approach
  • Preparing an effective report.

 

Who is this course aimed at? Personnel requiring to demonstrate they hold a qualification to be able to conduct navigation audits stipulated in TMSA3 element 5 – Marine Consultants, Surveyors, Inspectors, Marine Managers, Superintendents, Shipmasters preparing for navigation assessments.

Award of the Navigation Assessor’s Qualification is dependent upon successful completion of two phases:

Part A

Which consists of a theoretical examination to determine a candidate’s understanding of the course content. This exam is undertaken at the end of the two day course.

Part B

Which consists of undertaking an actual Navigation Assessment and submitting a Navigational Assessment report for review. This report should closely follow the guidelines delivered during the course and contained within the presentation.

Please note:

  • The 2020 fee to complete part B is £400 (+VAT).
  • Part A and B must be completed within 6 months of the course start date.
  • Part B report submissions to be made to courses@nautinst.org

 

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