IMAT Training Center and Nautical College

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Sea Safety

Personal Survival Techniques

In this course the crew is trained to the survival operations in the sea, in fact the students have to face real situation like the abandonment of ship, the opening of the raft with sail effect, the recover of a shipwrecked people, of swimming with TPA but also situations for survival on board of the rescue equipments and hypothermia.
Requirements: Seaman book (first or second class).

Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities (P.S.S.R.)

It's the first course in the basic training where the students learn to perform all the potentially dangerous operations on board, studying the structure of a ship with all her parts, and the international rule with special reference to the Marpol.
Requirements: Seaman book (first or second class).

M.A.M.S (Mariner Enabled to the conduct of lifeboats)

The personnel is trained to the putting on the sea and the conduct of the lifeboats ,the recover of the survivors; the techniques for rescue and the survival on the sea.
Requirements: 9 months of navigation - course of survival on the sea- diploma of secondary school.

M.A.B.E.V.(Sailor enabled to the conduct of the fast emergency vassels)

The personnel is trained to puttting on the sea and to conduct of a fast rescue boat(B.E.V), to the salvage of the shipwrecked people, to the salvage operations and the move of the salvage rafts.
Requirements: M.A.M.S. course.

Chute system drill

The crew is trained to unhoock of the chute system, to the dip down on the rafts and their moving away from the ship.
Requirements: None

Enclosed Space Entry

Supervisors will acquire a basic knowledge of the hazards and dangers associated with working in confined spaces, create a safe system of work and are familiarized with the rescue techniques. They will be taught how to implement safety measures for enclosed space entry.
Requirements: None

Crowd control in emergency
Human crisis and behaviour control
Passenger's Safety
Drill for safety of the personnel in touch with passengers

It's package of courses for personnel working on passengers ships and consists in crownd control in case of emergency, pollution, break or abandon ship.
Requirements: None


The course provides the competences, abilities and knowledge needed to identify and manage the risks of the Hydrogen Sulphide, particularly for offshore installations.

Elementary First Aid

The course provides the competence required by the STCW maritime reg. VI / 4 and Table A-VI/1-3

Marine Environmental

The course provides the knowledge and understanding of the importance of preventing pollution in the marine environment. They will have better understanding of the effects of shipping on the environment which will lead to better compliance with regulations and better use of technical installations and procedures. It is based on the guidelines of IMO Model Course 1.38.

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