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Availability

Please, make Your payment for the reservation of the course not later than 2 banking days before the start of the course.

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

Purpose

This course provides CoC holders training in engine resource management practices involving soft skills (non-technical skills) mandated by STCW 2010 amendments through classroom lectures, case studies, and assessment of Behavioural markers. The course follows the guidelines prescribed in the IMO Model Course 1.39. However the contents are made suitable for both Operational as well as Management levels.

Target Audience

Marine 2nd/E and C/E

Course Prerequisites

No prerequisites for this training course

Content

Simulator exercises provide participants with the opportunity to put their newfound knowledge into practice with exercises created to induce psychological stress in demanding situations.

  • Attitudes and Management Skills
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Communication and Briefings
  • Challenge and Response
  • Short Term Strategy
  • Authority and Assertiveness
  • Management Styles
  • Workload
  • State of the Ship
  • Human Involvement in Error
  • Decision -Making
  • Leadership in Emergencies
  • Crisis and Crowd Management
  • Automation Awareness

Objectives

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-III/1 & A-III/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.

Admission Requirements

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

Assessment

Behavioural Marker elements observed are translated into graphs for trend analysis used as formative and summative de-brief assessments of individual and teamwork performance.

Duration

5 days

Participants

Maximum 5

Language

The course will be conducted in English.

 
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