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Lifelong learning center Bozic is the first international maritime school in the Republic of Croatia. Since we are a Center for lifelong learning, our core activity is education, i.e. secondary education, vocational retraining, qualification improvement and training of adult attendants for different professions. The school possesses all relevant work permits by the Ministry of Science and Education and the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure.

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Video – Practical sessions of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats (STCW VI/2-1)

POU Božić, which operates within the SSM United Ltd group, is already known as a school that has raised the bar of standards for teaching and exercises in the maritime school. In addition to being recognized in the Republic of Croatia, we have more and more students from EU and Third world countries. In addition to investing in material conditions and professional world maritime literature, we also pay special attention to investing in practicum for performing exercises according to the highest IMO and STCW standards.

Practical sessions of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats (STCW VI/2-1) are NEVER boring. On 04.12. the maritime school students did the first part of the exercises from the subject teaching and had the opportunity from the mentor Capt. Vjekoslav Grgić and others to learn and master the following topics:

  • Construction and equipment of lifeboats and lifeboats and individual elements of their equipment
  • Certain characteristics and means of lifeboats and lifeboats
  • Types of lifeboats, rescue boats and life rafts

The exercises were held under the strict conditions of the IMO Convention and STCW regulations, and participants had the opportunity to put on thermal wards and dive into cold water. In addition, participants had the opportunity to operate life rafts, independently operate various types of devices used to lower lifeboats and lifeboats, and learn about methods of launching a lifeboat into rough seas. The second part of the exercises relates to the operation of the lifeboat engine, the management of survivors and the lifeboat after leaving the ship, and the provision of first aid to the injured.

The exercises were held under the strict conditions of the IMO Convention and STCW regulations, and participants had the opportunity to put on thermal wards and dive into cold water


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