Approved training for STCW ancillary certificates

Use the table on this page to identify:
  1. the certificate you wish to obtain;
  2. the training (national award) you must complete; and
  3. the training provider(s) who delivers this training.

STCW ancillary certificates

Training provider(s)

Basic Personal Survival1
(Table A-VI/1-1)

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

Fire and Emergency Training Solutions

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Westport Deepsea Fishing School

Wood Group Training

Refresher training2

Fire and Emergency Training Solutions

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Basic First aid1
(Table A-VI/1-3)

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

Fire and Emergency Training Solutions

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Wood Group Training

Basic Fire-prevention and fire-fighting1
(Table A-VI/1-2)

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

Fire and Emergency Training Solutions

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Westport Deepsea Fishing School

Wood Group Training

Refresher training2

Fire and Emergency Training Solutions

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Personal safety and social responsibilities1
(Table A-VI/1-4)

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

Fire and Emergency Training Solutions

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Westport Deepsea Fishing School

Wood Group Training

Survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats1
(Table A-VI/2-1)

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Maritime School

Wood Group Training

Refresher training2

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Maritime School

Wood Group Training

Medical first aid1
(Table A-VI/4-1)

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

St. Johns

Advanced Fire-Fighting1
(Section A-VI/3, 6 and Table A-VI/3)

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Wood Group Training

Refresher training2

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Maritime School

Wood Group Training

Fast rescue boats1
(Table A-VI/2-2)

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Refresher training2

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Charge of medical care on board ship1
(Table A-VI/4-2)

New Zealand Maritime School

Crowd management training
(Section A-V/2, 1)

Fire and Emergency Training Solutions

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Safety training (passengers in passenger spaces)
(Section A-V/2, 2)

Fire and Emergency Training Solutions

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Crisis management and human behaviour
(Table A-V/2)

New Zealand Maritime School

Passenger safety, cargo safety and hull integrity training
(Section A-V/2, 4)

New Zealand Maritime School

Ship Security Officers1
(Table A-VI/5)

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Maritime School

Security Awareness Training1
(Table A-VI/6-1)

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

Mahurangi Technical Institute

New Zealand Maritime School

Seafarers with designated security duties1
(Table A-VI/6-2)

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

New Zealand Maritime School

Basic Tanker Training
Section A-V/1-1, 1 (oil and chemical tankers) or

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Maritime School

Section A-V/1-2, 1 (liquefied gas tankers)

New Zealand Maritime School

Advanced Tanker Training  

Section A-V/1-1, 2 (oil tankers)

New Zealand Maritime School

Section A-V/1-1, 3 (chemical tankers)

New Zealand Maritime School

Section A-V/1-2, 2 (liquefied gas tankers)

New Zealand Maritime School

Electronic Chart Display & Information Service (ECDIS)

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Maritime School

High Voltage Training at the Operational Level

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Maritime School

High Voltage Training at the Management Level

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Maritime School

Notes

1 These training providers are approved by the Director to issue ancillary certificates of proficiency.

2 Seafarers attending ancillary refresher courses must provide the training provider with a company letter(s) confirming:

  • they have actively participated in the mandatory abandon ship and fire drills (and fast rescue boat drills, if applicable) while completing
  • approved seagoing service performing functions appropriate to the certificate they hold, for a period of at least:
    • 12 months in total during the preceding 5 years, or;
    • 3 months in total during the preceding 6 months.
Template of Sea Service Letter from Company [PDF: 28Kb, 2 pages]

You must have the relevant approved seagoing service and evidence of drills or you will be required to complete the full STCW approved ancillary course.

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Approved training and training provider

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