STCW Reference

A-VI/4-1

IMO Model Course No.

1.14

Program Code

MFA

Department

Training

Venue

Jordan Academy for Maritime Studies

Learning Model

Blended

Description

The present IMO Model Course has been developed for the candidates who will be providing medical first aid on board vessels and shall get prior training as per the relevant provisions of the STCW Code. The syllabus of the training course is covering all applicable requirements of the convention. The people who min the minimum competency standards will be considered competent and will be authorized to provide medical first aid should any illness or accidents take place on board.

Take immediate action upon encountering an accident or other medical emergency.

• Appreciation of body structure and functions.
• Understanding of immediate measures to be taken in case of emergency, including the ability to:

1. position casualty.
2. apply resuscitation techniques
3. control bleeding
4. apply appropriate measures of basic shock management.
5. apply appropriate measures in event of burns and scalds.
6. rescue and transport a casualty.
• improvise bandages and use materials in emergency kit.

Master, Chief Mate, 2nd Mate
Chief Engineer, 2nd Engineer, 3rd Engineer
Elctro-technical officers

– Send E-Mail to register in the course.
– payment before starting the course or transfer money to the JAMS accounts if the course held online

1. The attendance of the courses is daily and according to the schedule of each trainee and the commitment to the start times of the courses.
2. Please be in the course hall (face or virtual) a quarter of an hour before the start of the course.
3. The approved dress while attending the session is formal or semi-formal.
4. Active participation and exchange of experiences from everyone.
5. Attending the entire session without being absent for periods and then returning, as the lecturer will follow the full attendance of the session.

•A desktop/ a laptop/ a smartphone/ any device that can be linked to the internet.
•linking any of the above devices to the internet
•You will be provided with a link for the program or the application to be used to enable you to join lectures.

The trainees taking subject course are expected to complete the Model Course 1.13 – Elementary First Aid which would provide the necessary essentials. The trainees will start with the information on the immediate action and the first-aid kits kept on board ships. After that the content of the course covers the structure and function of the human body, and various toxicological hazards commonly existing on board vessels.

Then, the different problems have been covered including but not limited to the spinal injuries, muscular injuries, heat and cold effects, scalds, burns, fractures and many others. Also, useful information on the pharmacology and sterilization has been included. Note that the volume also covers the cardiac, psychiatric and psychological issues.

As for general courses fees will be refunded in case of withdrawal before the set date of the course, but in the case of custom-built courses, fees are refundable if cancellation is notified one week before the set date. Otherwise, agreed-upon fees will be chargeable.

Contact Person(s)


Name: Mr. Waleed Saleh
Position: Administration Officer, Training & Research
Email: training@jams.edu.jo
Telephone: 0096265240102
Fax: 0096265240107
Mobile: 00962796970141
,
Name: Mr. Suhib Abu Zer
Position: Administration Officer, Training & Research
Email: training@jams.edu.jo
Telephone: 0096265240102
Fax: 0096265240107
Mobile: 00962798228451
,
Name: Mr. Mahmoud Sadeh
Position: Administration Officer, Training & Research
Email: training@jams.edu.jo
Telephone: 0096265240102
Fax: 0096265240107
Mobile: 00962796593828

Schedule

N-A
Duration: 1 Day

Certificate


JAMS Hard Copy Certificate

Assessment


N-A

Material


Hard Copy,
E-Content

Learning Tools


PowerPoint Presentations,
White Board,
Case Study

Program Fees

N-A

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