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ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Grafton , Il OUPV class. Begins Thursday, May 9, 2024 - Thursday, May 16, 2024

Seeking Instructors at World Wide Marine Training for ABLE SEAMAN ~ STCW BASIC TRAINING ~ OUPV courses. 

New 2024 Class Schedule Now Available on Our Schedule Page.

FCC now requires applicants to register an FCC profile and FRN before taking the MROP Element 1 exam

There is a step-by-step video which instructs new applicants how to register.

Remember this has to be done BEFORE registering for MROP exam!

MROP: Required on vessels over 300 gross tons and vessels that carry more than 6 paying passengers

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Basic First Aid – $40

Paid to the Instructor

All Emergency Medical Training courses are provided and scheduled by instructor Captain Jim Holley.

Contact Captain Jim Holley ONLY for scheduling any Emergency Medical Training class.

Jim can be reached at graystrokes@ec.rr.com or 252-259-1028.

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*Image and course description courtesy of American Health and Saftey Institute.

Program Overview

The ASHI Basic First Aid training program is intended for individuals who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers but desire or are required to be certified in basic emergency medical care. There are no class prerequisites.

The goal of this training program is to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to respond in a medical emergency. Founded in basic principles of instructional design and learning theory ASHI promotes a “toolbox” approach to learning. This approach gives Instructors flexibility in both presentation strategies and materials in order to reach students with widely varying abilities in the countless instructional settings that exist in the real world.