Maritime Training Center - ZENIT was established on the basis of the Founding Act of 22.01.2007 r. and is based in Szczecin 70-034, at Nadodrzańska Street 3.
CSM-ZENIT is based on a specialized education system, which allows to meet the requirements of the International STCW Convention 78 as amended. The attention here is mainly focused on preparing the training participants to properly behave in any emergency and extreme situation while performing the assigned tasks., and thus awareness, that each of the actions dictated by stress and the lack of knowledge of procedures has its tragic end. The didactic process based, among others, on. on the elimination of the "human factor" allows you to disseminate among those interested in creating the so-called. "Safety culture".
Increasing the emphasis on own safety and the health and life of colleagues, especially in workplaces, where actions taken may create both potential and real threats, theoretical classes conducted in the center are supplemented with practical classes. This is why, also the research staff of the center puts emphasis on individual training of each participant in the field of survival, in a way that would at least correspond to the standards described by international and domestic regulations. Hence, the substantive scope of the classes is also based on scientific materials, developed by various, also international, specialized offices, responsible for the training of seafarers and cooperation with the IMO Center at PRS for. FP, OF, COMSAR.
CSM-ZENIT conducts courses in:
- Basic training in providing elementary help;
- First aid training;
- Medical care training - complete and updating;
- Basic training in individual rescue techniques - complete and updating:
- Basic training in personal safety and shared responsibility ;
- Training for the rank of sea lifeguard - complete and updating;
- Training for the rank of senior marine lifeguard;
- Crowd Management Training;
- Safety training for crew members directly serving passengers in passenger compartments
- Training in crisis management and human behavior;
- Training in passenger and cargo safety as well as hull tightness on RO-RO passenger ship;
- Training in the field of fire protection to a higher degree;
- Training of the Ship Security Officer (SSO);
- Training of the Shipowner's Security Officer (CSO);
- Training of the Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO);
- Ship security issues;
- For crew members assigned with security responsibilities;
- Training in the transport of dangerous goods (HAZMAT);
- Training in the knowledge of the International Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and Pollution Prevention (ISM-CODE);
- Didactic training for instructors.