Bridge team management training

BTM, Bridge Team Management Training

The main topics of the BTM course are bridge procedures and passage planning. BTM focuses on the importance of complying with existing means of navigation procedures, voyage plan, regulare position fies, look out . This course fulfilles the requirements in STCW 2010 Sections A-VII/1 och B-VIII/2 and the Swedish Maritime Authority`s rules TSFS 2012:67 about navigational- and radio watchkeeping.

 

Syftet med kursen är att ge deltagarna kunskap hur man hanterar fartyg under olika förhållanden samt insikt i procedurerna kring bryggtjänstgöring. 
I kursen arbetar vi med regelverk och etablerade rutiner. Det handlar om familarisering-bryggutrusning, reseplanering inklusive preparering av sjökort, bryggvakt och bryggbemanning, kontroller under resan, regler för journalföring, lotsassistans, etc.

bridge team manament

Denna kurs har utformats för att uppfylla kraven i STCW avsnitt A-VIII/2 och B-VIII/2

Kursen ger vägledning för befälhavare och befäl som ansvarar för bryggan på den kompetens som krävs för en effektiv bryggledningen.
Program kan skräddarsys efter ett rederis önskemål.

Kursen vänder sig till nautiker med vaktansvar dvs styrmän och befälhavare. Vi gå igenom regler och metoder för bryggvakten.
Ur innehållet:
· Reseplanering
· Modern bryggutrustning- styrka och svagheter
· Planering för varje resa
· Kontroll av planerad resa
· Avvikelse från planerad resa
· Utkik
· Vaktens sammansättning
· Övertagande av vakten
· Navigatoriska arbetsuppgifter och ansvar
· Automatstyrning och Styrmaskin
· Elektroniska navigeringshjälpmedel
· Vakttjänst under olika förhållanden och i olika områden
o  Klart väder
o Nedsatt sikt
o Under dygnets mörka timmar
o Navigering i kustfarvatten
o Navigering med lots ombord
o Fartyg till ankars
· Därtill analyser och diskuterar vi ett antal autentiska fall

Kursen omfattar 2 dagar plus vissa förberedande självstudier. Utbildningen består av föreläsningar, grupparbeten och ”case studies”

DATUM EFTER ÖVERENSKOMMELSE

 



Plats

Göteborg: Talattagatan 22 (klicka för karta)

Priser

Pris: 21 000 kr inkl. moms (16 800 kr exkl. moms)

 

Tider

Kursen omfattar 2 dagar plus vissa förberedande självstudier.

Förhandskrav

Inga förhandskrav.

 

Modellkursnummer och STCW-kod:

IMO Model course 1.22

 

STCW

(Section A-VIII/2 of the STCW Code)

Section 1Watchkeeping arrangements and principles to be observed

Section 2 Guidance regarding watchkeeping arrangements and principles to be observed

 

Section B-VIII/2 of the STCW Code

Section 3 The Navigation and Radio Watch This Section sets out for convenience those parts of Sections 1 and 2 that relate to the navigational and radio watch

 

BRM, MRM and BTM - Useful clarification

Intertanko have published useful clarification about the various educational courses relating to bridge procedures and management.

Bridge Resource Management (BRM) is a course that was originally developed from the airline industry´s Crew Resource Management (CRM). Human behaviour and psychological and physiological factors are very much the same both aviation and shipping and in 1993 the shipping industry´s first BRM course was introduced.

The primary target groups for BRM were initially Masters, deck officers and pilots. However, since not all accidents originate from the bridge, the course is now often referred to as Maritime Resource Management (MRM) with additional target groups – such as engineers and shore-based personnel.

BRM/MRM´s main focus is to change attitudes with the objective of establishing a safer and more efficient teamwork on board ship. The course aims to create good team leaders and team members by addressing issues related to leadership, management styles, culture, communication automation, stress, fatigue, etc. BRM and MRM have an equal status in the syllabus, but some changes have been made in the training courses.

MRM is considered to be particularly useful training for all personnel involved with ship operations, such as ships ‘officers, engineers, pilots, tug-operators, VTS-personnel and other shore-based staff, because of its updated course contents and terminology.

BRM and MRM certificates are considered to have equal status. However, there is also a Bridge Team Management (BTM) certificate which covers different material to the BRM and MRM.

BTM generally has a totally different syllabus. The main topics of BTM courses are most often bridge procedures and passage planning. BTM focuses on the importance of complying with existing means of navigation procedures, such as the establishment of a voyage plan, regular position fixes, lookout. Most of the major oil companies require officers onboard ships to have undergone training courses in the above subjects, and specify this in their Vetting Inspection Questionnaire. So it is important to be familiar with the differences between BRM, MRM and BTM.

A certificate is issued after the trainee has passed the actual course, with separate certificates for BRM/MRM and BTM. Some training centres are able to combine a BRM/MRM course with a BRM course.

A BRM/MRM course often takes about 3-4 days and may be carried out with or without simulator exercises.

The aforementioned certification falls within Part B of STCW and is recommended rather than mandatory unless expressly required by flag state.