The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association (AMSEA) is conducting a seven-day Marine Safety Instructor Training in King Salmon, Alaska, from December 2 to December 8, 2013. This is an intensive train-the-trainer course that prepares individuals to effectively teach cold-water survival procedures, use of marine safety equipment, and vessel safety drills. Upon completion of the course, participants will be prepared to teach AMSEA’s U.S. Coast Guard Certified Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Training course, pending authorization from the Coast Guard. Participants will co-teach a Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Training course in King Salmon on December 8.
Topic covered during the course include:
· Preparation for emergencies
· Cold-water near drowning
· Cold-water survival
· Survival equipment, procedures & onboard drills
· Land Survival
· Food & water in survival situations
· Methods of instructions
The Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation (BBEDC) is offering a full scholarship for this training to a participant from each BBEDC community. Others may take the course at a cost of $875 for AMSEA members and $995 for non-members.
The course will be conducted at SAVEC, Building 647, King Salmon Air Force Base, King Salmon, Alaska. This training opportunity is offered by the Southwest Alaska Vocational and Education Center, in partnership with the Bristol Bay Native Association. For more information or to register, contact Annette Wilson at SAVEC at (907) 246-4600.
$875 AMSEA members, $995 non-members
Southwest Vocational and Education Center
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