5.0000 (3) Reviews Maritime Security Operative (MSO) 8269 Fast Track

BY: 3rg Security

Review Breakdown
Customer Service5.0000
Instructors5.0000
Resources5.0000
Training Received5.0000
Value for Money5.0000

Price: £420

Qualification: City & Guilds Level 3

Description:

Maritime Security Operator (MSO) 2 Day Fast Track Course £350 + VAT 3rg's 8269 Maritime Security Operator course is specifically designed for students with previous maritime security experience. Additional training will be given in Radar Theory, Navigation and Maritime Law. Students will receive the full City & Guilds 8269 Maritime Security Operator qualification which has been developed to meet the needs of the ISO28007 and is the only qualification that has direct mapping against this Maritime Security Standard. The course will be accredited at level 3 of the Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) which is regulated by Ofqual, and therefore Enhanced Learning Credits can be used. Students must be able to prove at least one years experience within the industry or a minimum of 50 days at sea. Students will be expected to produce their Seaman's Discharge Book on the first day to prove their experience.

Location: South West

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5 3RG MSO Course

Excellent Instruction throughout.. Straight to the point and acknowledgement of experience makes the day easier..

5 Maritime Security Operative (MSO) 8269 Fast Track

Completed the MSO fast track with 3rg after previously attending their MSO course. The standard of instruction and amenities was first class and Ray and his team are extremely knowledgable and passionate about the subjects they teach.

5 City & Guilds 8269 MSO Course (Fast Track)

Fast track course is offered at £300 to those who can prove at least one years experience within the industry or a minimum of 50 days at sea (students will be expected to produce their Seamans Discharge Book on the first day to prove their experience). L ... (read more)