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Intermediate training course

European Union GOGIN Programme

(Gulf of Guinea Inter-Regional Network)

Contact

Maritime Safety and Security Course

Date

Late August to late October

Duration

2 months

Target audience

Young civilian and military executives

  • from the States of the Gulf of Guinea having competence at sea or belonging to any administration involved in the action of the State at sea
  • from sub-regional and/or regional structures of Yaoundé’s architecture.

Training Content

Maritime safety and security training in the Gulf of Guinea is funded by the European GOGIN project via Expertise France and is aimed at the maritime and port community of West and Central Africa.

Its objective is to strengthen, upgrade and harmonize the skills of staff in order to:

  • Addressing modern threats related to maritime insecurity, but also enabling the Gulf of Guinea States to better assume their sovereign responsibilities, particularly in terms of preventing and preserving human life and protecting the environment and resources.
  • To have a quality human resource capable of equipping the various maritime centres, assuming the functions of directing and coordinating actions at sea and in the coastal zone, in the fields of security and safety, on behalf of their States or supranational organisations.
  • Provide managers and agents, from the various components included or peripheral to the public maritime sector, with a common set of skills, necessary for a broader understanding of the issues and for collaborative work.
  • Promote the validation of the experience acquired by some people for the benefit of a wider community and cross-fertilize these experiences, with the aim of mutual enrichment.
  • To provide concrete and effective bases for day-to-day cooperation, but also in the management of marine events, at national and multinational levels.
The training is modular and includes 09 teaching units, divided into two blocks :

 

01

Block 1 basics

With a focus on the general knowledge of the maritime domain and the methods and rules of navigation in particular.

Duration: 4 weeks

02

Block 2 specific to State action at sea

Focused on the issue of maritime safety and security and maritime crisis management

Duration: 4 weeks

 

Admission requirements

NB: To access block 2, you must have successfully completed the initial training (old formula) or block 1. Candidates wishing to participate in both blocks at once must meet the criteria for block 2.

 

 

 

 

01.

Be under 50 years of age

02.

Have a bachelor’s degree or a higher diploma or equivalent

03.

Be an officer or non-commissioned officer (Block 1) or officer (Block 2)

04.

For candidates in the context of a validation of prior experience, provide proof of at least 4 year experience as an executive or officer in a maritime or peripheral field.

01.

A call for applications is launched before the end of January via the Interregional Coordination Centre (CIC) and relayed to the States by the CRESMs (CRESMAO and CRESMAC)

02.

The call for applications comes with forms to be completed

03.

A joint committee for the selection of candidates meet in mid-April to draw up the final list of selected candidates

04.

The selected administrations and persons are informed, and the logistical organisation of their participation in the training is set in motion

Application

NB: To access block 2, you must have successfully completed the initial training (old formula) or block 1. Candidates wishing to participate in both blocks at once must meet the criteria for block 2.

 

 

 

 

Maritime Safety and Security Course

Date

Late August to late October

Duration

2 months

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Young civilian and military executives
  • from the States of the Gulf of Guinea having competence at sea or belonging to any administration involved in the action of the State at sea,
  • from sub-regional and/or regional structures of Yaoundé’s architecture.

Training content

 

Maritime safety and security training in the Gulf of Guinea is funded by the European GOGIN project via Expertise France and is aimed at the maritime and port community of West and Central Africa.

Its objective is to strengthen, upgrade and harmonize the skills of staff in order to:

  • Addressing modern threats related to maritime insecurity, but also enabling the Gulf of Guinea States to better assume their sovereign responsibilities, particularly in terms of preventing and preserving human life and protecting the environment and resources.
  • To have a quality human resource capable of equipping the various maritime centres, assuming the functions of directing and coordinating actions at sea and in the coastal zone, in the fields of security and safety, on behalf of their States or supranational organisations.
  • Provide managers and agents, from the various components included or peripheral to the public maritime sector, with a common set of skills, necessary for a broader understanding of the issues and for collaborative work.
  • Promote the validation of the experience acquired by some people for the benefit of a wider community and cross-fertilize these experiences, with the aim of mutual enrichment.
  • To provide concrete and effective bases for day-to-day cooperation, but also in the management of marine events, at national and multinational levels.
The training is modular and includes 09 teaching units, divided into two blocks :

 

01

Block 1 basics

With a focus on the general knowledge of the maritime domain and the methods and rules of navigation in particular.

Duration: 4 weeks

02

Block 2 specific to State action at sea

Focused on the issue of maritime safety and security and maritime crisis management

Duration: 4 weeks

 

Admission requirements

NB: To access block 2, you must have successfully completed the initial training (old formula) or block 1. Candidates wishing to participate in both blocks at once must meet the criteria for block 2.

01.

Be under 50 years of age

02.

Have a bachelor’s degree or a higher diploma or equivalent

03.

Be an officer or non-commissioned officer (Block 1) or officer (Block 2)

04.

For candidates in the context of a validation of prior experience, provide proof of at least 4 year experience as an executive or officer in a maritime or peripheral field.

Application

NB: To access block 2, you must have successfully completed the initial training (old formula) or block 1. Candidates wishing to participate in both blocks at once must meet the criteria for block 2.

01.

A call for applications is launched before the end of January via the Interregional Coordination Centre (CIC) and relayed to the States by the CRESMs (CRESMAO and CRESMAC)

02.

The call for applications comes with forms to be completed

03.

A joint committee for the selection of candidates meet in mid-April to draw up the final list of selected candidates

04.

The selected administrations and persons are informed, and the logistical organisation of their participation in the training is set in motion

Phone

(225) 23.46.08.08 / 09

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Adress

Institut de Sécurité Maritime Interrégional, Yopougon Niangon Lokoa – B.P. V 158 Abidjan, République de Côte d’Ivoire

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