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Jul
24
Mon
Bridge Team Management (BTM) – 5 Day – MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – Jul 28 @ 5:00 pm
Bridge Team Management (BTM) - 5 Day - MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description:

The course consists of lectures, discussions (both instructor and student-led), simulator scenarios and team building exercises designed to promote, practice and reinforce safe navigational watchkeeping practices through the application of effective bridge teamwork, bridge resource management principles and the use of leadership and managerial skills for the safety of life and property at sea and the prevention of pollution to the marine environment.


Featuring Guest Lecture From Richard North

Richard North is responsible for the recovery and analysis of any type of marine electronic equipment and its associated data, gathered as evidence relating to marine accidents. 

During the course, Richard gives a short but highly valuable presentation, sharing his extensive experience and knowledge of maritime incidents and the best practices.


For More Information Visit http://www.ecdis.org/bridge-team-management

ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course – 5 Days – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – Jul 28 @ 5:00 pm
ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course - 5 Days - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

The course is based on the MNTB and IMO 1.27 Model Course and has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

The aims of the training are to equip the candidate with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to keep a safe navigational watch using electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS), interfaced with other onboard equipment to maintain safety of navigation.

The ECDIS trainee should be able to:

  • Operate the ECDIS equipment, use the navigational functions of ECDIS, select and assess all relevant information and take proper action in the case of a malfunction.
  • State the potential errors of displayed data and the usual errors of interpretation.
  • Explain why ECDIS should not be relied upon as the sole reliable aid to navigation.

On successful completion of the course, a candidate will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Use the Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS) to maintain safety of navigation and explain the principles of operation of electronic chart systems.
  • Use ECDIS as an integral part of effective bridge resource management, in open and confined waters, in planning and conducting a passage, in responding to navigational emergencies, and in manoeuvring the ship and maintaining a safe navigational watch.

Course Topics

  • Concept and Capability
  • Familiarisation
  • Principal Types of Electronic Chart
  • Legal Aspects
  • ECDIS Data
  • Presentation of Data
  • Chart Updating
  • Route Planning
  • Route Monitoring
  • Fixing
  • Back-up Systems
  • Sensors
  • Errors and Alarms
  • Risk of Over Reliance on ECDIS
  • Voyage Data Recording

The course is split between presentations to build the foundation of knowledge and practical exercises on actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturers’ equipment in our facility including Transas Navi-Sailor 4000, JRC Jan 2000, OSI ECPINS and Sperry Marine Vision Master FT.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-generic

ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

HELM (M) Management Training Course – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – Jul 28 @ 5:00 pm
HELM (M) Management Training Course - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

HELM (M) Management course is approved by the UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) and is also required by the MCA for those who are applying for new CoC at management level. The MCA state that you must include a certificate of completion of an approved HELM (M) management level training course with any application received by the MCA after 31st August 2013 for the following CoC’s:

  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/3 (unrestricted);
  • Master and Chief Officer (Yacht < 3000 GT) (Article IX / Reg. II/2)
  • Yacht Engineer Y2 and Y1 (<9000 kW) (Article IX / Reg. III/2)
  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Eesearch Vessels)
  • Chief Engineer Reg. III/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Research Vessels)

Our MCA Approved course is based on the MNTB’s criteria for HELM Operational and Management Levels First Edition Sept 2012. The candidates will learn how to use managerial skills to control the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level.

For More Information Visit: https://www.ecdis.org/helm-management-level-mca-approved/

Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – Jul 28 @ 5:00 pm
Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

The Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor based on the IMO Model course 6.10, is largely practical and experiential in nature and each course participant will have adequate hands on training on the simulator. This course is intended to provide a conceptual understanding of the importance of maritime education and simulator training with a view of the human element in shipping and the special working environment on board a ship. In addition trainees will understand the psychology of learning in a simulator, in order to design and conduct simulator based training programmes, including exercises and detailed briefing and debriefing.

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Basic Simulator Design and Types of Simulators
  • The Scope of Simulation Training
  • The Simulator Instructor
  • Conceptualising a Simulator Training Programme
  • Effective Interpersonal and Communication Skills
  • Conducting a Simulation Exercise
  • Assessment

Prerequisites

Trainees wishing to participant t in this course must ideally have a seafaring background as the course will require trainees to draw on their experience in training, although those who are about to enter the profession would also be suitable. It is recommended that the trainee has initially completed the IMO Model Course 6.09 – training course for instructors before commencing on Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.10, will be issued with a Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course certificate.

Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – Jul 28 @ 5:00 pm
Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

This training is intended to meet the requirements set out in the IMO Model course 6.09, Training Course For Instructors.

The object of this course is to provide the knowledge and skills for trainees to administer, supervise and monitor training and assessment of seafarer competence in accordance with the provisions of section A-1/6 of the STCW.

Trainees will gain an understanding of preparation of effective teaching and instruction, selection of appropriate methods of instruction and teaching materials and the evaluation of the teaching and learning process.

Course Content

  • Training Course for Instructors Introduction
    The Role of the Instructor and Teaching Methods
    Basic Communication Skills
    Effective use of Teaching Aids
    A Systems Approach to Training
    Designing Effective Lessons
    Classroom Assessment Techniques
    The Classroom Environment
    Co-Teaching Approaches
    Aligning Learning Outcomes, Learning Activities and Practical Assessment
    Effective Feedback
    Training Evaluation
    Quality Assurance in Training Management

Prerequisites

The Training Course For Instructors programme is open to all deck and engineer officers who are qualified in the technical aspects for which training is to be conducted.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.09, will be issued with a Training Course For Instructors certificate.

Jul
25
Tue
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 25 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Jul
26
Wed
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 26 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Jul
27
Thu
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 27 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Jul
28
Fri
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 28 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Jul
31
Mon
Bridge Team Management (BTM) – 5 Day – MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – Aug 4 @ 5:00 pm
Bridge Team Management (BTM) - 5 Day - MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description:

The course consists of lectures, discussions (both instructor and student-led), simulator scenarios and team building exercises designed to promote, practice and reinforce safe navigational watchkeeping practices through the application of effective bridge teamwork, bridge resource management principles and the use of leadership and managerial skills for the safety of life and property at sea and the prevention of pollution to the marine environment.


Featuring Guest Lecture From Richard North

Richard North is responsible for the recovery and analysis of any type of marine electronic equipment and its associated data, gathered as evidence relating to marine accidents. 

During the course, Richard gives a short but highly valuable presentation, sharing his extensive experience and knowledge of maritime incidents and the best practices.


For More Information Visit http://www.ecdis.org/bridge-team-management

ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course – 5 Days – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – Aug 4 @ 5:00 pm
ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course - 5 Days - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

The course is based on the MNTB and IMO 1.27 Model Course and has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

The aims of the training are to equip the candidate with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to keep a safe navigational watch using electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS), interfaced with other onboard equipment to maintain safety of navigation.

The ECDIS trainee should be able to:

  • Operate the ECDIS equipment, use the navigational functions of ECDIS, select and assess all relevant information and take proper action in the case of a malfunction.
  • State the potential errors of displayed data and the usual errors of interpretation.
  • Explain why ECDIS should not be relied upon as the sole reliable aid to navigation.

On successful completion of the course, a candidate will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Use the Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS) to maintain safety of navigation and explain the principles of operation of electronic chart systems.
  • Use ECDIS as an integral part of effective bridge resource management, in open and confined waters, in planning and conducting a passage, in responding to navigational emergencies, and in manoeuvring the ship and maintaining a safe navigational watch.

Course Topics

  • Concept and Capability
  • Familiarisation
  • Principal Types of Electronic Chart
  • Legal Aspects
  • ECDIS Data
  • Presentation of Data
  • Chart Updating
  • Route Planning
  • Route Monitoring
  • Fixing
  • Back-up Systems
  • Sensors
  • Errors and Alarms
  • Risk of Over Reliance on ECDIS
  • Voyage Data Recording

The course is split between presentations to build the foundation of knowledge and practical exercises on actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturers’ equipment in our facility including Transas Navi-Sailor 4000, JRC Jan 2000, OSI ECPINS and Sperry Marine Vision Master FT.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-generic

ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

HELM (M) Management Training Course – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – Aug 4 @ 5:00 pm
HELM (M) Management Training Course - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

HELM (M) Management course is approved by the UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) and is also required by the MCA for those who are applying for new CoC at management level. The MCA state that you must include a certificate of completion of an approved HELM (M) management level training course with any application received by the MCA after 31st August 2013 for the following CoC’s:

  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/3 (unrestricted);
  • Master and Chief Officer (Yacht < 3000 GT) (Article IX / Reg. II/2)
  • Yacht Engineer Y2 and Y1 (<9000 kW) (Article IX / Reg. III/2)
  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Eesearch Vessels)
  • Chief Engineer Reg. III/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Research Vessels)

Our MCA Approved course is based on the MNTB’s criteria for HELM Operational and Management Levels First Edition Sept 2012. The candidates will learn how to use managerial skills to control the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level.

For More Information Visit: https://www.ecdis.org/helm-management-level-mca-approved/

Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – Aug 4 @ 5:00 pm
Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

The Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor based on the IMO Model course 6.10, is largely practical and experiential in nature and each course participant will have adequate hands on training on the simulator. This course is intended to provide a conceptual understanding of the importance of maritime education and simulator training with a view of the human element in shipping and the special working environment on board a ship. In addition trainees will understand the psychology of learning in a simulator, in order to design and conduct simulator based training programmes, including exercises and detailed briefing and debriefing.

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Basic Simulator Design and Types of Simulators
  • The Scope of Simulation Training
  • The Simulator Instructor
  • Conceptualising a Simulator Training Programme
  • Effective Interpersonal and Communication Skills
  • Conducting a Simulation Exercise
  • Assessment

Prerequisites

Trainees wishing to participant t in this course must ideally have a seafaring background as the course will require trainees to draw on their experience in training, although those who are about to enter the profession would also be suitable. It is recommended that the trainee has initially completed the IMO Model Course 6.09 – training course for instructors before commencing on Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.10, will be issued with a Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course certificate.

Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – Aug 4 @ 5:00 pm
Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

This training is intended to meet the requirements set out in the IMO Model course 6.09, Training Course For Instructors.

The object of this course is to provide the knowledge and skills for trainees to administer, supervise and monitor training and assessment of seafarer competence in accordance with the provisions of section A-1/6 of the STCW.

Trainees will gain an understanding of preparation of effective teaching and instruction, selection of appropriate methods of instruction and teaching materials and the evaluation of the teaching and learning process.

Course Content

  • Training Course for Instructors Introduction
    The Role of the Instructor and Teaching Methods
    Basic Communication Skills
    Effective use of Teaching Aids
    A Systems Approach to Training
    Designing Effective Lessons
    Classroom Assessment Techniques
    The Classroom Environment
    Co-Teaching Approaches
    Aligning Learning Outcomes, Learning Activities and Practical Assessment
    Effective Feedback
    Training Evaluation
    Quality Assurance in Training Management

Prerequisites

The Training Course For Instructors programme is open to all deck and engineer officers who are qualified in the technical aspects for which training is to be conducted.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.09, will be issued with a Training Course For Instructors certificate.

Aug
1
Tue
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 1 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
2
Wed
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 2 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
3
Thu
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 3 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
4
Fri
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 4 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
7
Mon
Bridge Team Management (BTM) – 5 Day – MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – Aug 11 @ 5:00 pm
Bridge Team Management (BTM) - 5 Day - MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description:

The course consists of lectures, discussions (both instructor and student-led), simulator scenarios and team building exercises designed to promote, practice and reinforce safe navigational watchkeeping practices through the application of effective bridge teamwork, bridge resource management principles and the use of leadership and managerial skills for the safety of life and property at sea and the prevention of pollution to the marine environment.


Featuring Guest Lecture From Richard North

Richard North is responsible for the recovery and analysis of any type of marine electronic equipment and its associated data, gathered as evidence relating to marine accidents. 

During the course, Richard gives a short but highly valuable presentation, sharing his extensive experience and knowledge of maritime incidents and the best practices.


For More Information Visit http://www.ecdis.org/bridge-team-management

ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course – 5 Days – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – Aug 11 @ 5:00 pm
ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course - 5 Days - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

The course is based on the MNTB and IMO 1.27 Model Course and has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

The aims of the training are to equip the candidate with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to keep a safe navigational watch using electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS), interfaced with other onboard equipment to maintain safety of navigation.

The ECDIS trainee should be able to:

  • Operate the ECDIS equipment, use the navigational functions of ECDIS, select and assess all relevant information and take proper action in the case of a malfunction.
  • State the potential errors of displayed data and the usual errors of interpretation.
  • Explain why ECDIS should not be relied upon as the sole reliable aid to navigation.

On successful completion of the course, a candidate will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Use the Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS) to maintain safety of navigation and explain the principles of operation of electronic chart systems.
  • Use ECDIS as an integral part of effective bridge resource management, in open and confined waters, in planning and conducting a passage, in responding to navigational emergencies, and in manoeuvring the ship and maintaining a safe navigational watch.

Course Topics

  • Concept and Capability
  • Familiarisation
  • Principal Types of Electronic Chart
  • Legal Aspects
  • ECDIS Data
  • Presentation of Data
  • Chart Updating
  • Route Planning
  • Route Monitoring
  • Fixing
  • Back-up Systems
  • Sensors
  • Errors and Alarms
  • Risk of Over Reliance on ECDIS
  • Voyage Data Recording

The course is split between presentations to build the foundation of knowledge and practical exercises on actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturers’ equipment in our facility including Transas Navi-Sailor 4000, JRC Jan 2000, OSI ECPINS and Sperry Marine Vision Master FT.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-generic

ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

HELM (M) Management Training Course – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – Aug 11 @ 5:00 pm
HELM (M) Management Training Course - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

HELM (M) Management course is approved by the UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) and is also required by the MCA for those who are applying for new CoC at management level. The MCA state that you must include a certificate of completion of an approved HELM (M) management level training course with any application received by the MCA after 31st August 2013 for the following CoC’s:

  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/3 (unrestricted);
  • Master and Chief Officer (Yacht < 3000 GT) (Article IX / Reg. II/2)
  • Yacht Engineer Y2 and Y1 (<9000 kW) (Article IX / Reg. III/2)
  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Eesearch Vessels)
  • Chief Engineer Reg. III/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Research Vessels)

Our MCA Approved course is based on the MNTB’s criteria for HELM Operational and Management Levels First Edition Sept 2012. The candidates will learn how to use managerial skills to control the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level.

For More Information Visit: https://www.ecdis.org/helm-management-level-mca-approved/

Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – Aug 11 @ 5:00 pm
Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

The Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor based on the IMO Model course 6.10, is largely practical and experiential in nature and each course participant will have adequate hands on training on the simulator. This course is intended to provide a conceptual understanding of the importance of maritime education and simulator training with a view of the human element in shipping and the special working environment on board a ship. In addition trainees will understand the psychology of learning in a simulator, in order to design and conduct simulator based training programmes, including exercises and detailed briefing and debriefing.

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Basic Simulator Design and Types of Simulators
  • The Scope of Simulation Training
  • The Simulator Instructor
  • Conceptualising a Simulator Training Programme
  • Effective Interpersonal and Communication Skills
  • Conducting a Simulation Exercise
  • Assessment

Prerequisites

Trainees wishing to participant t in this course must ideally have a seafaring background as the course will require trainees to draw on their experience in training, although those who are about to enter the profession would also be suitable. It is recommended that the trainee has initially completed the IMO Model Course 6.09 – training course for instructors before commencing on Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.10, will be issued with a Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course certificate.

Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – Aug 11 @ 5:00 pm
Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

This training is intended to meet the requirements set out in the IMO Model course 6.09, Training Course For Instructors.

The object of this course is to provide the knowledge and skills for trainees to administer, supervise and monitor training and assessment of seafarer competence in accordance with the provisions of section A-1/6 of the STCW.

Trainees will gain an understanding of preparation of effective teaching and instruction, selection of appropriate methods of instruction and teaching materials and the evaluation of the teaching and learning process.

Course Content

  • Training Course for Instructors Introduction
    The Role of the Instructor and Teaching Methods
    Basic Communication Skills
    Effective use of Teaching Aids
    A Systems Approach to Training
    Designing Effective Lessons
    Classroom Assessment Techniques
    The Classroom Environment
    Co-Teaching Approaches
    Aligning Learning Outcomes, Learning Activities and Practical Assessment
    Effective Feedback
    Training Evaluation
    Quality Assurance in Training Management

Prerequisites

The Training Course For Instructors programme is open to all deck and engineer officers who are qualified in the technical aspects for which training is to be conducted.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.09, will be issued with a Training Course For Instructors certificate.

Aug
8
Tue
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 8 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
9
Wed
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 9 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
10
Thu
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 10 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
11
Fri
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 11 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
14
Mon
Bridge Team Management (BTM) – 5 Day – MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 14 @ 9:00 am – Aug 18 @ 5:00 pm
Bridge Team Management (BTM) - 5 Day - MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description:

The course consists of lectures, discussions (both instructor and student-led), simulator scenarios and team building exercises designed to promote, practice and reinforce safe navigational watchkeeping practices through the application of effective bridge teamwork, bridge resource management principles and the use of leadership and managerial skills for the safety of life and property at sea and the prevention of pollution to the marine environment.


Featuring Guest Lecture From Richard North

Richard North is responsible for the recovery and analysis of any type of marine electronic equipment and its associated data, gathered as evidence relating to marine accidents. 

During the course, Richard gives a short but highly valuable presentation, sharing his extensive experience and knowledge of maritime incidents and the best practices.


For More Information Visit http://www.ecdis.org/bridge-team-management

ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course – 5 Days – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 14 @ 9:00 am – Aug 18 @ 5:00 pm
ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course - 5 Days - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

The course is based on the MNTB and IMO 1.27 Model Course and has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

The aims of the training are to equip the candidate with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to keep a safe navigational watch using electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS), interfaced with other onboard equipment to maintain safety of navigation.

The ECDIS trainee should be able to:

  • Operate the ECDIS equipment, use the navigational functions of ECDIS, select and assess all relevant information and take proper action in the case of a malfunction.
  • State the potential errors of displayed data and the usual errors of interpretation.
  • Explain why ECDIS should not be relied upon as the sole reliable aid to navigation.

On successful completion of the course, a candidate will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Use the Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS) to maintain safety of navigation and explain the principles of operation of electronic chart systems.
  • Use ECDIS as an integral part of effective bridge resource management, in open and confined waters, in planning and conducting a passage, in responding to navigational emergencies, and in manoeuvring the ship and maintaining a safe navigational watch.

Course Topics

  • Concept and Capability
  • Familiarisation
  • Principal Types of Electronic Chart
  • Legal Aspects
  • ECDIS Data
  • Presentation of Data
  • Chart Updating
  • Route Planning
  • Route Monitoring
  • Fixing
  • Back-up Systems
  • Sensors
  • Errors and Alarms
  • Risk of Over Reliance on ECDIS
  • Voyage Data Recording

The course is split between presentations to build the foundation of knowledge and practical exercises on actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturers’ equipment in our facility including Transas Navi-Sailor 4000, JRC Jan 2000, OSI ECPINS and Sperry Marine Vision Master FT.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-generic

ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 14 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

HELM (M) Management Training Course – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 14 @ 9:00 am – Aug 18 @ 5:00 pm
HELM (M) Management Training Course - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

HELM (M) Management course is approved by the UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) and is also required by the MCA for those who are applying for new CoC at management level. The MCA state that you must include a certificate of completion of an approved HELM (M) management level training course with any application received by the MCA after 31st August 2013 for the following CoC’s:

  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/3 (unrestricted);
  • Master and Chief Officer (Yacht < 3000 GT) (Article IX / Reg. II/2)
  • Yacht Engineer Y2 and Y1 (<9000 kW) (Article IX / Reg. III/2)
  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Eesearch Vessels)
  • Chief Engineer Reg. III/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Research Vessels)

Our MCA Approved course is based on the MNTB’s criteria for HELM Operational and Management Levels First Edition Sept 2012. The candidates will learn how to use managerial skills to control the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level.

For More Information Visit: https://www.ecdis.org/helm-management-level-mca-approved/

Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 14 @ 9:00 am – Aug 18 @ 5:00 pm
Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

The Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor based on the IMO Model course 6.10, is largely practical and experiential in nature and each course participant will have adequate hands on training on the simulator. This course is intended to provide a conceptual understanding of the importance of maritime education and simulator training with a view of the human element in shipping and the special working environment on board a ship. In addition trainees will understand the psychology of learning in a simulator, in order to design and conduct simulator based training programmes, including exercises and detailed briefing and debriefing.

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Basic Simulator Design and Types of Simulators
  • The Scope of Simulation Training
  • The Simulator Instructor
  • Conceptualising a Simulator Training Programme
  • Effective Interpersonal and Communication Skills
  • Conducting a Simulation Exercise
  • Assessment

Prerequisites

Trainees wishing to participant t in this course must ideally have a seafaring background as the course will require trainees to draw on their experience in training, although those who are about to enter the profession would also be suitable. It is recommended that the trainee has initially completed the IMO Model Course 6.09 – training course for instructors before commencing on Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.10, will be issued with a Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course certificate.

Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 14 @ 9:00 am – Aug 18 @ 5:00 pm
Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

This training is intended to meet the requirements set out in the IMO Model course 6.09, Training Course For Instructors.

The object of this course is to provide the knowledge and skills for trainees to administer, supervise and monitor training and assessment of seafarer competence in accordance with the provisions of section A-1/6 of the STCW.

Trainees will gain an understanding of preparation of effective teaching and instruction, selection of appropriate methods of instruction and teaching materials and the evaluation of the teaching and learning process.

Course Content

  • Training Course for Instructors Introduction
    The Role of the Instructor and Teaching Methods
    Basic Communication Skills
    Effective use of Teaching Aids
    A Systems Approach to Training
    Designing Effective Lessons
    Classroom Assessment Techniques
    The Classroom Environment
    Co-Teaching Approaches
    Aligning Learning Outcomes, Learning Activities and Practical Assessment
    Effective Feedback
    Training Evaluation
    Quality Assurance in Training Management

Prerequisites

The Training Course For Instructors programme is open to all deck and engineer officers who are qualified in the technical aspects for which training is to be conducted.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.09, will be issued with a Training Course For Instructors certificate.

Aug
15
Tue
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 15 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
16
Wed
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 16 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
17
Thu
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 17 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
18
Fri
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 18 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
21
Mon
Bridge Team Management (BTM) – 5 Day – MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 21 @ 9:00 am – Aug 25 @ 5:00 pm
Bridge Team Management (BTM) - 5 Day - MCA Recognised @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description:

The course consists of lectures, discussions (both instructor and student-led), simulator scenarios and team building exercises designed to promote, practice and reinforce safe navigational watchkeeping practices through the application of effective bridge teamwork, bridge resource management principles and the use of leadership and managerial skills for the safety of life and property at sea and the prevention of pollution to the marine environment.


Featuring Guest Lecture From Richard North

Richard North is responsible for the recovery and analysis of any type of marine electronic equipment and its associated data, gathered as evidence relating to marine accidents. 

During the course, Richard gives a short but highly valuable presentation, sharing his extensive experience and knowledge of maritime incidents and the best practices.


For More Information Visit http://www.ecdis.org/bridge-team-management

ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course – 5 Days – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 21 @ 9:00 am – Aug 25 @ 5:00 pm
ECDIS Generic 1.27 Course - 5 Days - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

The course is based on the MNTB and IMO 1.27 Model Course and has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

The aims of the training are to equip the candidate with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to keep a safe navigational watch using electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS), interfaced with other onboard equipment to maintain safety of navigation.

The ECDIS trainee should be able to:

  • Operate the ECDIS equipment, use the navigational functions of ECDIS, select and assess all relevant information and take proper action in the case of a malfunction.
  • State the potential errors of displayed data and the usual errors of interpretation.
  • Explain why ECDIS should not be relied upon as the sole reliable aid to navigation.

On successful completion of the course, a candidate will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Use the Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS) to maintain safety of navigation and explain the principles of operation of electronic chart systems.
  • Use ECDIS as an integral part of effective bridge resource management, in open and confined waters, in planning and conducting a passage, in responding to navigational emergencies, and in manoeuvring the ship and maintaining a safe navigational watch.

Course Topics

  • Concept and Capability
  • Familiarisation
  • Principal Types of Electronic Chart
  • Legal Aspects
  • ECDIS Data
  • Presentation of Data
  • Chart Updating
  • Route Planning
  • Route Monitoring
  • Fixing
  • Back-up Systems
  • Sensors
  • Errors and Alarms
  • Risk of Over Reliance on ECDIS
  • Voyage Data Recording

The course is split between presentations to build the foundation of knowledge and practical exercises on actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturers’ equipment in our facility including Transas Navi-Sailor 4000, JRC Jan 2000, OSI ECPINS and Sperry Marine Vision Master FT.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-generic

ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 21 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

HELM (M) Management Training Course – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 21 @ 9:00 am – Aug 25 @ 5:00 pm
HELM (M) Management Training Course - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

HELM (M) Management course is approved by the UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) and is also required by the MCA for those who are applying for new CoC at management level. The MCA state that you must include a certificate of completion of an approved HELM (M) management level training course with any application received by the MCA after 31st August 2013 for the following CoC’s:

  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/2 (unrestricted)
  • Chief and Second Engineer Reg. III/3 (unrestricted);
  • Master and Chief Officer (Yacht < 3000 GT) (Article IX / Reg. II/2)
  • Yacht Engineer Y2 and Y1 (<9000 kW) (Article IX / Reg. III/2)
  • Master and Chief Officer, Reg. II/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Eesearch Vessels)
  • Chief Engineer Reg. III/2 (limited to Standby, Seismic Survey and Oceanographic Research Vessels)

Our MCA Approved course is based on the MNTB’s criteria for HELM Operational and Management Levels First Edition Sept 2012. The candidates will learn how to use managerial skills to control the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level.

For More Information Visit: https://www.ecdis.org/helm-management-level-mca-approved/

Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) – 5 Day – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 21 @ 9:00 am – Aug 25 @ 5:00 pm
Train The Simulator Trainer & Assessor Course 6.10 (Theory) - 5 Day - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

The Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor based on the IMO Model course 6.10, is largely practical and experiential in nature and each course participant will have adequate hands on training on the simulator. This course is intended to provide a conceptual understanding of the importance of maritime education and simulator training with a view of the human element in shipping and the special working environment on board a ship. In addition trainees will understand the psychology of learning in a simulator, in order to design and conduct simulator based training programmes, including exercises and detailed briefing and debriefing.

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Basic Simulator Design and Types of Simulators
  • The Scope of Simulation Training
  • The Simulator Instructor
  • Conceptualising a Simulator Training Programme
  • Effective Interpersonal and Communication Skills
  • Conducting a Simulation Exercise
  • Assessment

Prerequisites

Trainees wishing to participant t in this course must ideally have a seafaring background as the course will require trainees to draw on their experience in training, although those who are about to enter the profession would also be suitable. It is recommended that the trainee has initially completed the IMO Model Course 6.09 – training course for instructors before commencing on Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.10, will be issued with a Train The Simulator Trainer And Assessor Course certificate.

Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) – MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 21 @ 9:00 am – Aug 25 @ 5:00 pm
Training Course For Instructors 6.09 (Theory) - MCA Approved @ ECDIS Ltd | Whiteley | England | United Kingdom

Course Description

This training is intended to meet the requirements set out in the IMO Model course 6.09, Training Course For Instructors.

The object of this course is to provide the knowledge and skills for trainees to administer, supervise and monitor training and assessment of seafarer competence in accordance with the provisions of section A-1/6 of the STCW.

Trainees will gain an understanding of preparation of effective teaching and instruction, selection of appropriate methods of instruction and teaching materials and the evaluation of the teaching and learning process.

Course Content

  • Training Course for Instructors Introduction
    The Role of the Instructor and Teaching Methods
    Basic Communication Skills
    Effective use of Teaching Aids
    A Systems Approach to Training
    Designing Effective Lessons
    Classroom Assessment Techniques
    The Classroom Environment
    Co-Teaching Approaches
    Aligning Learning Outcomes, Learning Activities and Practical Assessment
    Effective Feedback
    Training Evaluation
    Quality Assurance in Training Management

Prerequisites

The Training Course For Instructors programme is open to all deck and engineer officers who are qualified in the technical aspects for which training is to be conducted.

Validity of Certificate

Trainees, who have successfully completed the IMO model course 6.09, will be issued with a Training Course For Instructors certificate.

Aug
22
Tue
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
23
Wed
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 23 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
24
Thu
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

Aug
25
Fri
ECDIS Type Specific Training Course – 1 Day – ECDIS Ltd Approved @ ECDIS Ltd
Aug 25 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Description
The course has been designed for candidates who have completed ECDIS generic training and now require equipment specific training. It has been designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch, for experienced officers and other persons with navigational responsibilities.

Teaching Methods
The course is split between presentations to familiarise the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a wide range of different manufacturer’s equipment in our facility including:

Courses Available:

JRC 9201 & 7201
TOKYO KEIKI
FURUNO
SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT
TRANSAS NAVI-SAILOR 4000
JRC
OSI ECPINS
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL
KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL WIDESCREEN
PC MARITIME NAVMASTER
SIMRAD

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: https://www.ecdis.org/ecdis-type-specific

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