The original STCW Convention was adopted in 1978 and has seen many changes since then. A major one became effective as of 31st December 2016 and requires now holders of STCW BST certificates to take a Refresher training every 5 years. But do you always need to take Refresher only?Read now
Meet Ged, Seascope France STCW instructorRead now
At the heart of our success as a maritime training school are our passionate and dedicated instructors. Today, we will introduce you to one of them - Ged, our lead trainer for all STCW courses with Seascope France. -...
New yachtie’s view: 5-day Basic Safety Training Course with Seascope FranceRead now
Through fire into water! Friday is the last day of STCW Basic Safety Training in Antibes. The final modue is called Personal Survival Techniques, and it is all about survival at sea. In the morning, we were...
New yachtie’s view: 5 day Basic Safety Training Course with Seascope FranceRead now
Early morning I packed my lunch, an extra pair of socks and some old clothes. It was going to be a long day at the Seascope France fireground. STCW Fire Prevention and Firefighting module is one of...
New yachtie’s view: 5-day Basic Safety Training Course with Seascope France
The article below sets out Alyson’s experiences, as someone entirely new to yachting, taking our comprehensive 5-day Safety Training course in Antibes.