WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Masters and all Deck Officers, Marine Superintendents
To train n participants with the aim to assess their sskills during extreme conditionns. such as, heavy traffic, low visibility, heavyy weather, equipment failure, ccrew injury etc. At the end of this course a a practical assessment (BRM skik illls) report will be provide
- Sailing in constrained area and TSS
- Response to emergencies – failure of important equipment
- Proper use of RADAR/ARPA
- Anchoring procedures, estimating the anchor chain length according the Prevailing weather condition, anchorage area congestion
- Speed management
- Effect consideration
- Communications internal,ship to-shore, ship-to-ship, ship to-helicopter practice
- MOB a and Search and Rescue (SAR) procedures navigating in shallow waters, squat
- Navigating in heavy traffic.
- Proper use of navigational/communicational equipment
- Navigating in shallow waters, squat effect consideration and actions to minimize it
- SAR procedures and maneuvers
- Use of IMO Standard Marine Communication Phrases etc.
Course delivery in Greek/English while training materials in English.
A combination of lecture through PowerPoint presentation, case studies analysis, video presentation and written assessment.