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  Date Time Cost  
 On request 09:00 to 17:00 On request Book online


The BRM course is designed to minimize the risk of incidents and accidents on board by promoting safe and responsible behavior. The course is aimed at, among other things, setting and developing a positive attitude by example, good personal communication, and high-quality leadership in line with operational procedures. This course meets STCW 2010 (Tables A-II/1 & A-II/2) requirements of non-technical skills for shipboard deck crews at Operations and Management levels. You will be trained in the theoretical aspects of human behaviour centred on human factors. Further emphasis of this theory will be through the practical use of state of the art bridge simulation. This course follows the International Maritime Organisation IMO’s driven STCW 2010 Manila amendments.

Target Audience

Deck officers in charge of a navigational watch

Course Prerequisites

The COC of Deck officer


  • 3-scenarios run on full-mission bridge simulators
  • Techniques in error-management
  • Effective communications
  • Team-work
  • Leadership styles
  • Situational awareness
  • Decision-making
  • Responsibilities
  • Stress coping
  • Resource management


On completion of this course the participant will be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge of resource management, leadership and teamwork to fulfill the requirements of STCW 2010, Sections A-II/1 & A-II/2.

  • Working knowledge of shipboard personnel management, including human error, cross cultural awareness, situational awareness, complacency and teamwork.
  • Ability to apply task and workload management.
  • Knowledge of and ability to apply effective resource management.
  • Knowledge of and ability to apply decision making techniques
  • Knowledge of international maritime conventions, recommendations and national legislations.

The aim is to ensure that the student is able to support correct resource management in the daily work onboard.

Admission Requirements

Participants must have a COC (STCW 2010, Sections A-II/1 & A-II/2), seaman’s book, valid photo ID


Behavioral-marker elements are observed, documented and are later translated into graphs for trend analysis used as formative and summative debrief assessments of individual and teamwork performance.


5 days


Maximum 4


This course will be conducted in English

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