Tallinn University of Technology

Aim of the course:

The focus of the course is on the practical application of knowledge via team work using case studies and exercises

Target group:

The course is directed to the staff of national Rescue Coordination Centers (RCC)

Prerequisites:

Participants are requested to prepare 15-20 minute presentation about their national legislation on SAR. It should be done by a group work of participants from the same State. The Participants are expected to be familiar with the IAMSAR Manual vol 1-3.

Topics:

Topics covered:
Legislation;
search planning and methods;
management and leading of SAR operations;
mass rescue operations;
media relations and more.

Study results:

By attending this course, key individuals will gain a thorough understanding of the role and procedure adapted in an RCC and provide a more confident input during SAR incidents.

Language:

English

Volume:

contact study: 80 academic hours

Graduation document:

PU

Lector:

Ivar Treffner, Annika Malva, Jaak Roos

Contact:

Täiendusõpe, +3726135588, marinetraining@taltech.ee

Price:

1500 €/participant

Registration deadline:

04.02.2024 23:59

Timetable:

05.02.2024


10:00 - 00:00

Arrival of the students 10:00


Price:

1500 €/participant

Volume:

contact study:
80 academic hours

Contact:

Täiendusõpe, +3726135588, marinetraining@taltech.ee