Maritime

Train The Trainer For Shipping Companies

Training course providing skills and understanding to design, assess and deliver maritime training programmes.

Objectives

Those who successfully complete the course will be able to teach a maritime competence-based course effectively using appropriate methods and teaching aids as recommended in the IMO Model course 6.09.


Entrance regulations

Knowledge of the tasks for which maritime training is to be conducted

Who should attend:
Shipping Companies: Management: Techn. Director (CTO), Manag. Director (CEO); HR Manager Inspection: Superintendent, Fleet Manager, Chief Operating Officer, CSO; Quality / ISM: Quality Manager, Internal Auditor, Designated Person; Crewing: Crewing Manager
On Board Personnel: Nautical Officers, Engineers, SSO
Yard: Management: Techn. Director (CTO), Manag. Director (CEO), HR Manager; Design: Design Manager, Engineers (Naval Architects) Production: Production Manager, Engineers Quality: Quality Manager
Supplier (M&C): Management: Vice President, Techn. Director (CTO), Managing Director (CEO), HR Manager: Engineers: Engineers; Quality: Quality Manager

Duration: 3 days


This course provides participants with the knowledge, skills and understanding to design, organise and deliver maritime training programmes whether conducted aboard or ashore. 

It is intended as a useful introduction for maritime professionals who have never conducted training in the past or who have only limited experience as instructors. It emphasizes the application of up-to-date teaching aids and methods in a variety of contexts. 

The STCW Convention requires that any person conducting training of seafarers which will lead to a certificate being issued is appropriately qualified. This course is designed to support the implementation of regulation I/ 6 of the STCW Convention concerning the qualifications of instructors.
The course incorporates important elements of the IMO Model Course 6.09 (Training Course for Instructors).
In order to preserve a high quality learning environment, the number of participants is limited to 10.


The course focuses on:

  • Training requirements of STCW, SOLAS, MARPOL, ISM and ISPS Code
  • The importance of objectives and feedback
  • The role of the instructor and trainee
  • The learning process and training phases
  • Teaching aids and methods
  • Designing and planning a training programme
  • Conduction of a practical teaching session

Objectives

Those who successfully complete the course will be able to teach a maritime competence-based course effectively using appropriate methods and teaching aids as recommended in the IMO Model course 6.09.


Entrance regulations

Knowledge of the tasks for which maritime training is to be conducted

Who should attend:
Shipping Companies: Management: Techn. Director (CTO), Manag. Director (CEO); HR Manager Inspection: Superintendent, Fleet Manager, Chief Operating Officer, CSO; Quality / ISM: Quality Manager, Internal Auditor, Designated Person; Crewing: Crewing Manager
On Board Personnel: Nautical Officers, Engineers, SSO
Yard: Management: Techn. Director (CTO), Manag. Director (CEO), HR Manager; Design: Design Manager, Engineers (Naval Architects) Production: Production Manager, Engineers Quality: Quality Manager
Supplier (M&C): Management: Vice President, Techn. Director (CTO), Managing Director (CEO), HR Manager: Engineers: Engineers; Quality: Quality Manager

Duration: 3 days


This course provides participants with the knowledge, skills and understanding to design, organise and deliver maritime training programmes whether conducted aboard or ashore. 

It is intended as a useful introduction for maritime professionals who have never conducted training in the past or who have only limited experience as instructors. It emphasizes the application of up-to-date teaching aids and methods in a variety of contexts. 

The STCW Convention requires that any person conducting training of seafarers which will lead to a certificate being issued is appropriately qualified. This course is designed to support the implementation of regulation I/ 6 of the STCW Convention concerning the qualifications of instructors.
The course incorporates important elements of the IMO Model Course 6.09 (Training Course for Instructors).
In order to preserve a high quality learning environment, the number of participants is limited to 10.


The course focuses on:

  • Training requirements of STCW, SOLAS, MARPOL, ISM and ISPS Code
  • The importance of objectives and feedback
  • The role of the instructor and trainee
  • The learning process and training phases
  • Teaching aids and methods
  • Designing and planning a training programme
  • Conduction of a practical teaching session

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