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Apply Maritime Resource Management Principles Skill Set

State ID: GAA48

The Maritime Resource Management (MRM) course is a further development of the original SAS Bridge Resource Management course; it is more inclusive of the entire vessel. Maritime Resource Management is defined as the use and co-ordination of all the skills, knowledge, experiences and resources available to the crew to accomplish or achieve the goals of safety and efficiency.

The course is designed minimise risk of incidents by favouring good personal communication, excellence in leadership skills and compliance with operating procedures. We are an accredited training establishment to run the MRM course on behalf of The Swedish Club. It includes the principles regarding BRM as outlined in the STCW Code.

  • Attitude and management skills
  • Workload
  • Cultural awareness
  • The state of the bridge
  • Communications and briefings
  • Human involvement in errors
  • Challenge and response
  • Judgement and decision making
  • Short term strategy
  • Leadership in emergencies
  • Authority and assertiveness
  • Crisis and crowd management
  • Management styles
  • Automation awareness
  • Situation awareness

Please Note

  • Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received.
  • Course positions are limited. 100% attendance is required.
  • Minimum dress standards apply to campus attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn (no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire. Shorts and t-shirts are acceptable.

2019 Dates

2019 dates will be scheduled subject to sufficient numbers expressing interest

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Page last updated August 06, 2019