Including Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety & Hull Integrity training Guaranteeing the safety of passengers working in the field of maritime commerce is a great responsibility. For that reason it is logical for masters, chief officers, chief engineers and others bearing such responsibility first to undergo thorough practical training. Those seeking such training can certainly place their trust in this course.
What will you learn?
You will learn about crisis management in theory and practice, from a range of duties up to and including the most common pitfalls as regards crisis management situations and management skills. Consequently, the course satisfies the requirements stipulated in the STCW (section A-V/2 and A-V/3) and the Dutch Merchant Shipping Manning Act.
What are the prerequisites?
To qualify for this course, you, as master, chief officer, chief engineer or maritime officer with a secondary/higher vocational education level, will need to be able to document a minimum of one year’s sailing time. The course is given at the higher vocational education level.
Included in the course:
• Preparing for emergencies
• Estimating the situation
• Decision making
• Deployment of human and material resources
• Stress management
Size of group
4 participants min., 10 max.
Those who complete the course successfully will receive the internationally recognised Crisis Management & Human Behaviour Certificate (including Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety & Hull Integrity training). The Nova College Maritime Academy is STCW-recognised under institute code NL-25PX and is authorised to enter the course locally in the muster-book and the personal safety logbook.
The course, Crisis Management & Human Behaviour is available both in Dutch and English, and upon request, can also be held in-house at our Harlingen location.