We are recognized as the leading organization providing the excellent quality Pre-Sea Training Courses for Deck Cadets, NCV Cadets and G.P Ratings, etc. Our training courses are developed by our highly skilled professionals, who have enormous industry experience and knowledge in the specific domain. We also ensure the proper comprehension of client’s requirements in order to optimally satisfy them. Furthermore, these training courses are executed in accordance with the industry renowned parameters for assuring that each requirement of the client is fulfilled in the best possible manner.
Why Samoa Flag.
|The Bridge Resource Management program has been specially designed to provide practical training to meet the increasing demands on seafarers.|
The industry recognizes that in addition to technically competent officers, effective and efficient functioning of the vessel depends on the integration of technical knowledge and skills with resource management principles, which ensures the effective utilization of all available resources on-board.
|Duration: 3 Days/5 Days|
|Eligibility: All Navigational Officers (including those undergoing Training)|
|No. of Participants: Ideal 6 to 10|
|Course Facilitator: Master Mariners|
|Course venue: CBD Belapur|
|The focus of the Bridge Resource Management program at ARI is threefold:|
1. To introduce the concepts of resource management by creating awareness amongst participants for effective functioning as a team.
2. To provide practical and realistic examples of shipboard application.
3. To create an environment where personal and professional goals can be developed so that long-term change is initiated.
|On completion of the course the participant will possess knowledge and skills|
|To understand the effect of attitude on performance and initiating attitude change in self and others.|
To recognize safe and unsafe thought processes while carrying out duties and responsibilities.
To function more effectively in a multicultural environment.
To communicate clearly, recognizing different methods, styles and channels.
To analyze and prioritize the decision making process.
To use anger as a management tool.
To handle conflicts more effectively.
To develop team spirit on board.
To train seafarers towards their BELIZE Able Seafarer Engine Certificate, using engine room simulator training and class room theory as set out by the IMO code.