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MSO, MSO(F) & FPOSI Courses

#1 Post by SolaceGlobal » Thu 02 Jan, 2014 10:13 am

Hello

In partnership with Bournemouth and Poole College, Solace Global are offering the new City & Guilds 8269 level 3 MSO, MSO Fast Track & First Person on Scene Intermediate Courses.


MSO City and Guilds 8269 Level 3 = £450 inc VAT

The five day (38 Guided Learning Hours) course is available to anyone over 18 wishing to pursue a career in the maritime security sector.


Course Dates:
3-7 February 2014
3-7 March 2014


MSO Fast Track City and Guilds 8269 Level 3 = £300 inc VAT

The two day Fast Track Course is specifically designed for students with previous maritime security experience. A scanned copy of your Discharge book must be emailed to Training@solaceglobal.com along with your preferred course date.


Course Dates:
14-15 January 2014
11-12 February 2014
25-26 February 2014
11-12 March 2014
25-26 March 2014


First Person on Scene Intermediate (FPOSi) = £450 inc VAT

This four day course focuses on the provision of effective trauma management, particularly in hostile or tactical environments.
The purpose of the course is to provide immediate life support to a casualty and will include both theoretical and practical sessions.


Course Dates:
20-23 January 2014
3-6 February 2014
17-20 February 2014
3-6 March 2014
17-20 March 2014


If you wish to book or have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at Training@solaceglobal.com all course details can be found at Solace


Thank you

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Re: MSO, MSO(F) & FPOSI Courses

#2 Post by Rover » Tue 18 Feb, 2014 9:11 am

MSO aka Maritime Security Officer!

Just selling a course!

What it fails to mention is that your chance of getting work within the field of Ship security is rather low. Apart from all the other courses that you are expected to pay for the days of good pay for being part of a ships security team are past.

Many experienced and qualified people are unemployed and are looking for the next money earner.

Before you pay money for any training course ensure you research the market place. Failing to do so could leave you still unemployed and out of pocket.

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