To motivate the team to change its behaviour to good resource management practices during everyday operations. This includes understanding of the importance of good management and teamwork and the willingness to change behaviour.Furthermore, to increase knowledge about human performance and limitations such as the effects of fatigue and stress. In addition, besides the obvious goals of safer shipping and a reduced number of accidents, MRM training aims at developing the skills and knowledge of mariners, enhancing their professional standards and increasing job satisfaction.
The Maritime Resource Management course meets the requirements laid down in the IMO International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978, as amended by the 2010 Manila Amendments, in the following areas:
• Table A-II/1 (Bridge resource management)
• Table A-III/1 (Engine room resource management)
• Table A-II/2 and A-III/2 (Leadership and managerial skills)
• Table A-II/1 • Table A-III/1 •Table A-III/6 (Application of leadership and teamworking skills)
This course is developed by The Swedish Club's ALLAcademy.
ALLAcademy is a training company specialising in Maritime Resource Management.