This 3-day Company Security Officer (ISPS) course is aimed at senior operational ship managers who may be designated to perform associated duties and responsibilities, as defined by sections A/2.1.7 and A/11 of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code.
The course is based on the recommended guidelines of IMO Model Course 3.20 (2011 Edition) and IMO MSC/Circ.1154 ‘Guidelines for the Training and Certification for Company Security Officers‘. It includes a personal copy of the ISPS Code (2004 Update: A Practical Guide) and an associated Company Security Officer training guide with example templates.
On successful completion of the training course, delegates will receive a Company Security Officer training certificate that fulfils the Nautical Institute’s recognition standards for continuous professional development.
A 1-page summary of this training course is available for reference at: Company Security Officer
Delegates will be able to undertake the duties and responsibilities of a Company Security Officer, identifying behaviour patterns of individuals likely to threaten security, detecting weapons and utilising security equipment and systems to ensure that ship security plans and associated documentation are maintained.
Dedicated group courses for corporate clients are available upon request. The associated inclusive corporate fee will be subject to specific company requirements, such as delivery location, number of delegates etc. For further information or to make a group booking, please telephone +44 (0) 2380 173838 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open attendance courses for individual course delegates are also now being regularly delivered in Hampshire, UK. For further information or to make an individual booking, please telephone +44 (0) 2380 173838 or email: email@example.com