This course (MITPMI-142) is designed for mariners designated to assist passengers in emergency situations. Attendees become familiar with lifesaving appliances and control plans, learn mustering procedures, and demonstrate the ability to assist passengers to muster stations.
This USCG approved course satisfies the crowd management training requirements for "RO-RO" passenger vessels and "other than RO-RO" passenger vessels set forth in Sections A-V/2 and A-V/3 of the STCW Code. Additionally, the course satisfies the safety training requirements of Section A-V/2, paragraph 3, and Section A-V/3, paragraph 3, for both "RO-RO" and "other than RO-RO" passenger vessels.
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Why You Need Crowd Management Training
Crowd management training is extremely useful for those trying to meet STCW code requirements for passenger vessels. This training may broadly expand the range of maritime jobs available to you, particularly on passenger vessels.
Crowd management training will give you the background you need to help run muster drills and safely assist ship’s passengers to their muster stations and embarkation stations. Upon successful completion of this training, you'll have proficiency in international regulations on passenger vessel onboard safety and be eligible for many maritime positions that include assisting and protecting the safety of passengers.
As with all of our courses, you'll receive crowd management training from MITAGS-PMI expert instructors who know this material comprehensively and have years of practice implementing successful training techniques to maximize your crowd management skills in a short period of time.
As the leaders in maritime training, we can assure you that we can provide all the training you need to confidently apply for maritime jobs requiring this area of knowledge.
What You Need to Register
To register for the MITAGS-PMI Crowd Management course, as with all MITAGS-PMI marine training courses, you'll first need to sign up for an account with us. Fill out and submit the basic online registration form to generate a unique username and password. You can then use this information to log in to the website and register for any courses you wish to take.
When the crowd management course is next available, you'll see a list of times for when it's being offered. Simply select and submit the time that's best for you.
Expect to bring a passport or other similar identifying document and a pen and paper to take notes. If there are other materials needed, you'll be informed of them when you sign up for the class. If you have any questions about what to bring, you can always call us at 410-859-5700 for MITAGS or 206-441-2880 for PMI.