discover our new SUMMER training camp !

Discover the yachting world

This Summer La Belle Classe Academy and Seascope France are giving all 16-22 year-olds the chance to spend up to 2 weeks learning how to drive power boats, jet skis, give First Aid, Fight Fires and survive in a life raft at sea.

Two full weeks of fun on the water, or just one week of your choice, here are the certificates you’ll take away:

  • STCW Basic Safety Training certificates
  • RYA Power Boat II certificate
  • RYA Personal Watercraft (jet ski) certificate
  • Knots and ropework completion certificate
  • Monaco Weather Lab completion certificate

First Week Program : STCW Basic Safety Training. Dates : 8-12 July 2024

STCW Basic Safety Training referred to as STCW 95/10 A -VI/1 is a mandatory training for all people heading out to work at sea onboard commercial vessels including superyachts, cruise liners, expedition vessels, ferries etc. It is a minimum requirement to enter yachting industry.  

about the course

The week covers the following 5 course modules.

This course covers the syllabus required by the STCW Table A-VI/1-1

You will be taught what you can do to ensure your survival if you have to abandon ship at sea, and the necessary procedures to follow.  Covering both theoretical and practical elements, it includes a two-hour pool drill, and instruction in the following elements.

  • Correct use of an inflatable life raft
  • Launching & boarding a life raft
  • Capsizing drills
  • How to safely abandon ship
  • How to swim while wearing a life jacket
  • Other types of lifesaving appliances

***Students should be physically fit. Any medical condition, especially back, cardiac, or respiratory conditions, should be brought to the attention of the Instructor***

This course covers the syllabus required by the STCW Table A-VI/1-2

This course teaches you what to do in the event of a fire on board, it provides you with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and prevent fires.  Assistance is limited when a fire breaks out at sea, so well-trained competent crew are invaluable to save lives and prevent irreparable damage.

  • Fire causes, prevention, and how to extinguish a fire.
  • Cause of fires on vessels
  • Basic fire prevention
  • Use of extinguishers
  • Firefighting techniques
  • Use of firefighting equipment
  • Use of breathing apparatus

This course covers the syllabus required by the STCW Table A-VI/1-3

This course is a combination of theory and practical training and teaches you how to react in the event of a medical emergency.   There is a very important practical assessment to the course where students are required, amongst other things, to correctly carry out resuscitation on a manikin.

  • Recognition of various medical conditions
  • Emergency response treatment
  • Treatment and handling of patients in distress
  • Treatment of burns and scalds
  • Treatment and handling of patients with broken bones
  • Bleeding, bandaging methods
  • Recognising and responding to shock
  • Resuscitation

This course covers the syllabus required by the STCW Table A-VI/1-4

Safety procedures and accident prevention as well as basic understanding of employment on board a vessel and the on board working conditions.

  • Personal safety procedures
  • Employment rights
  • Sexual harassment
  • Pollution prevention
  • Drug abuse
  • Relations with others on board
  • Responses to emergencies
  • On board organisation
  • Working conditions and working environment.

This course covers the syllabus required by the STCW Table A-VI/6-1

Importance of ships security and how to recognise security threats.

This course is designed to meet the requirements for training as set out in the ISPS Code, and the guidance laid out in the SOLAS Regulations 1974.   The training is mandatory for new and existing crew unless they already hold SSO or CSO license.

The course runs for half a day and covers:

  • ISPS Code background & introduction
  • Maritime Security Threats
  • ISPS Duties & Responsibilities
  • Maritime Security Levels & Ship Security Assessment
  • Security Verification & Certification
  • Interaction with Vessels, Authorities & Ports
  • Training, Drills & Exercises
  • Suspicious Persons & Behaviour & Circumvention of Security
  • Weapons & Explosives

Place: Yacht Club de Monaco

Duration: 5 daysPrice: 1 100 euros

Max students : 12

What to bring: Packed lunch, water, sunscreen (Thursday and Friday)

  • Monday – 09h30-17h : PSSR and PSA – YCM Classroom
  • Tuesday – 09h-17h : EFA – YCM Classroom
  • Wednesday Fire Theory – 09h30-17h : YCM Classroom
  • Thursday Fire Practical – 08h-18h :Fire ground in Contes
  • Friday morning – PST Theory – 09h30-12h : YCM Classroom
  • Friday afternoon PST Practical – 14h-17h : Pool or Sea

Our trainings and packages do not include accommodation. However, we work closely with a number of partners hotels in Monaco and Beausoleil that offer accommodation. Please, check the list here.

All our courses are conducted in English. A sufficient level of understanding and speaking is required in order to successfully complete the course. 

Contact us if you have any questions.

Before booking the course, please make sure you read the course delivery, deposit and cancellation policy.

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Fees

STCW  Basic Safety Training  Week 

Date : 8-12 July 2024

Place: Yacht Club de Monaco

Duration: 5 daysPrice: 1 100 euros

Max students : 12

Time : 9.00 – 18.00

Youth pack activity Week 

Dates : 15-19 July 2024

Place: Yacht Club de Monaco

Duration: 5 daysPrice: 1250 euros

Max students : 12

Time : 09.00-18.00

Two weeks deal

(STCW Basic Safety Training Week + Youth Pack activity Week)

Dates : 8-12 July 2024 & 15-19 July 2024

Place: Yacht Club de Monaco

Duration: 10 daysPrice: 2100 euros

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Second Week Program : Youth Pack Activity Dates : 15-19 July 2024

about the course

Join us this summer for a fun week of learning at sea and get introduced to the yachting industry.

About the School 

The Youth Sea School caters to individuals aged 16 to 22, aiming to acquaint them with various maritime activities, impart watercraft handling expertise, and instill a safe approach to maritime life. Each day of the program is brimming with educational experiences, ranging from operating tenders and jet skis to learning CPR, applying bandages, and administering first aid. The will also get familiar with basic knots and splicing and receiving an introduction to yachting.

In addition to acquiring practical skills, students will enjoy recreational activities such as swimming and snorkeling. The program serves as an initial step towards a career or a gap year opportunity on superyachts.

Place: Yacht Club de Monaco

Duration: 5 daysPrice: 1250 euros

Max students : 12

Time : 10.00-17.00

What to bring: packed lunch, water, sunscreen, two passport-size pictures for RYA licenses 

  • Powerboat Level 2 and Watercraft handling,
  • Introduction to Yachting
  • Weather basics
  • Knots and ropework
  • Recreational activities: Swim and snorkel

Our trainings and packages do not include accommodation. However, we work closely with a number of partners hotels in Monaco and Beausoleil that offer accommodation. Please, check the list here.

All our courses are conducted in English. A sufficient level of understanding and speaking is required in order to successfully complete the course. 

Contact us if you have any questions.

Before booking the course, please make sure you read the course delivery, deposit and cancellation policy.

Book now

Click here

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