ISPS Code - Ship Security Officer (SSO) | Online (live) marine training

Get the professional qualification for the Ship Security Officer in compliance with ISPS Code

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The course aims to provide complete training on all topics covered by the ISPS Code parts A and B and to deliver the professional qualification for the Ship Security Officer in compliance with ISPS Code.

A Ship Security Officer (SSO) is a person appointed by the company and the vessel’s Master for ensuring the security of the ship. The training is in line with the requirements set in the IMO course model 3.19 and STCW Code.

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Duration: 1 day

Price: EUR 300,00 (plus VAT) per attendee.

- To provide a course compliant with and meeting the requirements of the STCW Code, as amended
- To meet the learning objectives set out in the IMO’s proposed Model Course for Seafarers with Designated Security Duties and the guidelines
- The Roles and Responsibilities of the Company and Ship Security Officers
- The Responsibilities of Seafarers with Designated Security Duties
- The Ship Security Assessment and Ship Security Plan
- Reporting Procedures
- Defensive and Protective Measures Including Searching People and Searching the Ship
- Drills and Training
- Anti-piracy Measures and Practices
- Emergency Measures
A wide variety of maritime personnel that must be aware of security duties on board the vessel as well as the responsibilities of SSO, Officers that might serve as SSO, Masters, Shore personnel.
RINA Attendance Certificate is issued upon successful completion of the final exam.
It is approved by all major Flag Administrations and by Italian Administration. This course meets the requirements of the ISPS Code and the requirements of the STCW Convention for any seafarer WITH security duties.