Description of the course
Engine Room Resource Management is a training programfor ship's Senior and Junior Engineer officers.
Objectives of the courseA trainee successfully completing this course will be able to:
IMO Model Course 7.02 “Chief Engineer Officer and Second Engineer Officer” Competence 4.5 “Use of leadership and managerial skills” and Model Course 7.04 “Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch” Competences 1.1 “Maintain a safe engineering watch” (part: Engine Room Resource Management) and 4.7 “Application of leadership and team working skills”, as well as Model course “Leadership and Teamwork”.
- To manage safety aspects, safe work practice methods, deal with troubles, surveys and emergency preparedness on high voltage equipment.
- Demonstrate sufficient understanding and knowledge of Engine Room Resource Management, leadership and team working and have the relevant skills to competently carry out the duties of engineer in charge of an engineering watch. The program meets the latest requirements of STCW Convention Section A-III/1; A-III/2 and
Course contentsThe Engine Room Resource Management training course covers the following topics:
- Development, implementation and oversight of standard operating procedures;
- International maritime conventions and recommendations, and related national legislation;
- Cultural awareness;
- Ability to apply task and workload management;
- Knowledge and ability to apply effective resource management;
- Knowledge of shipboard personnel management and training including consideration team experience;
- Decision-making techniques, including obtaining and maintaining situation awareness;
- Self-awareness, personal and professional development.
Duration of the training course
The duration of the Maritime Resource Management training course is 4 working days.
The price is 840 EUR.
Certificate validity is unlimited.
Entry standardsTrainees wishing to enter this course should have:
- Certificate of Competence as Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch; or
- Present evidence that is in progress studying on the educational program of Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch.
The maximum number of participants – 12 persons.
Training approaches and equipment:
During training course theoretical lessons are given using PowerPoint presentations, practical tasks are conducted on the latest version of Transas Engine-Room simulation equipment – ERS 5000.
The course is certified by Latvian Maritime Administration.
The course is certified in accordance with Section A-V/4-2 of STCW Convention.