- Length12 Days
The 70-hour course (MITPMI-307) is designed to teach attendees how to administer short / long-term assessment and care of the sick or injured. The seafarers will learn the anatomy / physiology of the human body; diagnostic procedures, basic and advanced first aid techniques, CPR, automated external defibrillator (AED), and other pertinent shipboard medical issues.
This course satisfies the following:
- NVIC 10-14 (Ch 4) Tasks: 19.1.A, 19.2.A, and 19.3.A
- NVIC 12-14 (Ch 4) Tasks: 16.1.A and 19.3.A
- Elementary First Aid training requirements of STCW, as amended 2010, Table A-VI/1-3; 46 CFR 11.302(a)(3), 46 CFR 12.602(a)(3), and the First Aid and
CPR training requirements of 46 CFR 11.201(i)(1);
- Medical Care Provider requirements of STCW Code Table A-VI/4-1; the competency requirements of 46 CFR 12.619(a)(2); and the Medical First-Aid Provider
training requirements of 46 CFR 11.309(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR 11.317(a)(3)(i); 46 CFR 11.319(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR 11.329(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR 11.335(a)(3)(i); and 46 CFR
- Medical Care Person in Charge requirements of STCW Code Table A-VI/4-2 and of 46 CFR 12.621(a)(1) and (2);
- Management of Medical Care training requirements of 46 CFR 11.305(a)(3)(ix); 11.307(a)(3)(ix); 11.311(a)(3)(vi); 11.313(a)(3)(vi); and 11.315(a)(3)(ii);
- Medical Care Provider training requirements of 46 CFR 11.309(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR 11.317(a)(3)(i); 46 CFR 11.319(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR 11.329(a)(4)(i); 46 CFR
11.335(a)(3)(i); and 46 CFR 12.619(a)(1).
Suggested Courses/Skills- Same as NVIC 10-14 (Ch 4), Management of Medical Care.
What You Will Learn
- Specific Diseases and Traumatic Injuries
- Principles of Aseptic Technique
- Taking Appropriate Medical History
- Performing Suitable Physical Assessment
- Administering Medications
- Performing Intravenous Therapy
- Suturing Wounds
- Inserting Nasogastric Tube
- Performing Urinary Catheterization
- Utilizing Shore-Side Resources
- Locating Information on and Conducting Radio Consultations
- Short / long-term assessment and care of the sick or injured
What You Should Bring
The MITAGS location may include one day of clinical practice at a local hospital ER setting. Dress code for the hospital includes: collared shirt and tie for men; business attire blouse for women; slacks; and closed-toe shoes with socks. Please note: Hospital Safety Rules require students to bring proof of both Seasonal (September to May classes) Flu vaccination and a negative TB test or chest x-ray within the past 9 months. If you do not provide acceptable documentation, you will be required to get an outside negative TB test & flu vaccination on your own the first week. This is mandated by the Hospital. We are no longer able to provide them on campus.