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Combined BRM & ERM Simulator Training

2-3 day course at Aboa Mare Training Center in Turku, Finland.

This course provides training in co-operation between bridge and engine-room, especially in critical situations, which are difficult to exercise onboard. The course covers the requirements set by STCW and IMO Model Courses 1.22 and 1.39.

On request the training can be delivered at our partner training premises GigaMare Training Centre in Subic Bay, Philippines or
GMC Maritime Training Center in Piraeus, Greece. Contact us if you are interested in a tailor-made solution. The training is tailor-made based on company procedures and accident records.

Interested? Contact us
Language

English

Duration

2–3 days

Price

Offers on request

Location

Aboa Mare Maritime Academy Training Center. Turku, Finland

Training method

Classroom lectures and simulator exercises

Upon completing this training,
the participant will

  • Understand the importance of good communication
  • Be familiar with both bridge and engine company procedures
  • Know how to react in critical situations
  • Be prepared to take action
  • Be able to manage the ship’s operational team
  • How to obtain and maintain a high level of situational awareness
  • Effective communication
  • Leadership for safety
  • Decision making
  • Effective use of technology
  • Adequate risk management
  • Effective teamwork
  • How to minimize human errors
  • How to detect errors and prevent error chains from developing
  • BRM training pioneer, we started with the training in the early 90’s
  • Combined BRM & ERM Training since 2004
  • Aboa Mare has integrated Tallink Silja’s well-known BRM philosophy in the combined BRM & ERM training
Duration2-3 days
Course languageEnglish
Student profileThe course is intended for nautical and engineering officers
PrerequisitesKnowledge about nautical and engineering officer tasks
Training methodClassroom lectures and simulator exercises
Course complianceSTCW table A-II/2 and A-II/1, A-III/1, A-III/2 and A-III/6. IMO Model Courses 1.22 and 1.39.
AssessmentKnowledge can be assessed with a written exam. Competences and skills are assessed through simulator assessment
CertificationAll participants satisfactorily completing the Combined BRM&ERM course will receive the appropriate certificate, issued by Aboa Mare
Max/Min participants6/2
PriceOffers on request
LocationAboa Mare Training Center in Turku, Finland
ApprovalsSTCW approval by Finnish Education Evaluation Center

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