SHIP SIMULATION AND BRIDGE TEAMWORK (SSBT)

TARGET GROUP:

 

Deck Officers

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

 

Knowledge of English (speak, read & write) including maritime terminology

Sea going experience as Deck Officer

 

EXIT LEVEL:

 

Knowledge and understanding of the principles of ship handing in various environmental conditions and an improved knowledge and awareness of the human element involved during bridge operations.

 

ASSESSMENT:

 

Continuous practical assessment and evaluation

 

CERTIFICATE:

 

Certificate issued by SAMTRA

 

VALIDITY:

 

No expiry date

 

STCW CODE:

 

in accordance with;-

Table A-II/1, A-II/2 & A-II/3.

SAMSA Code of Qualifications: Deck – Personnel Management and Ships Masters Business Module 4 & 6.

SAMSA Code of Qualifications: Ancillary Courses – Human Element, Leadership and Management.

 

USCG, Code of Federal Regulations

46 CFR 10.205, 46 CFR 10.209.

 

IMO Model Course 1.22.

 

DURATION:

 

5 days

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

 

To reduce the occurrence of errors by focusing on human factors in relation to how they affect the performance of Bridge Resource Management (BRM) and incorporating basic ship manoeuvring principles to enhance understanding of all aspects relating thereto

 

Target Group:

Deck Officers

Admission Requirements:

Knowledge of English (speak, read & write) including maritime terminology

Sea going experience as Deck Officer

Exit Level:

Knowledge and understanding of the principles of ship handing in various environmental conditions and an improved knowledge and awareness of the human element involved during bridge operations.

Assessment:

Continuous practical assessment and evaluation

Certificate:

Certificate issued by SAMTRA

Validity:

No expiry date

STCW Code: in accordance with;-

Table A-II/1, A-II/2 & A-II/3.

SAMSA CODE OF QUALIFICATIONS: DECK – PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND SHIPS MASTERS BUSINESS MODULE 4 & 6.

SAMSA Code of Qualifications: Ancillary Courses – Human Element, Leadership and Management.

    

USCG, Code of Federal Regulations

46 CFR 10.205, 46 CFR 10.209.

IMO Model Course 1.22.

Duration:

5 days

Course Objective:

To reduce the occurrence of errors by focusing on human factors in relation to how they affect the performance of Bridge Resource Management (BRM) and incorporating basic ship manoeuvring principles to enhance understanding of all aspects relating thereto