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Maritime Crew Resource Management

This course is accepted by the CAE. TMSA Training Requirement 2a, 3a. STCW A-II/1, II/2, III/1, III/2, III/6

Entry Criteria:     Deck and Engine Officers

Course Duration:     4 Days

Course Description

Anglo-Eastern Maritime Training Centre is a licensed training centre for the Maritime Crew Resource
Management Course developed by CAE.

CAE is a global leader in Maritime Crew Resource Management (MCRM) and Human Factor training.
From originating the world’s first Bridge Resource Management course (known as the BRM of SAS
Flight Academy), to today’s cutting-edge tailored training learning materials, they have built an unrivalled
reputation for developing safer and more effective vessel teams.

Since then, CAE has remained at the forefront of developing and delivering best in class maritime non-technical skills training for the entire vessel team (Bridge, Engine Room and Shore Staff) under the brand name of Maritime Crew Resource Management. The MCRM programme surpasses STCW training requirements for BRM/ERM and enables participants to identify and use all available resources in everyday situations to cover situations on bridge, engine room, cargo operations, maintenance, as well as those occasions (emergencies) that require deep collaborative problem-solving in complex and rapidly changing

The course covers the mandatory training requirement laid down in STCW :
  • Reg. A-II/1 for Bridge Resource Management
  • Reg. A-III/1 for Engine Resource Management
  • Reg. A-II/2 and A-III/2 for Use Leadership and Managerial Skill
  • Reg. A-II/1, A-III/1 and A-III/6 for Application of Leadership and Teamworking Skills
  • IMO Model Course 1.39 Leadership and Teamwork
This course deals with the Human element involved in errors committed on a ship. The MRM course is built on the modern-day multimedia teaching method. The centre is equipped with 16 PC’s with each candidate having a dedicated terminal to himself. Each module is viewed by the candidate on a multimedia PC followed by a round table discussion, lead by the Workshop Facilitator to reinforce the behavioural and managerial aspects covered in that module.

Training focuses on building increased understanding and awareness of the importance of optimal ship-shore teamwork and communications and demonstrates how maximisation of team resources can have a significant impact on efficiency of shipboard operations.

Course Objective
  • This training program deals with management in highly operational situations like on board ship’s bridges, engine and cargo control rooms, and the way human beings interact, communicate and make decisions in such situations.
  • To enable use and co-ordination of all the skills, knowledge, experiences and resources available to the ships team to achieve the establish goals of safety and efficiency during the voyages.
  • To motivate the ships team members, and if necessary, to change their behaviour to good resource management practice.

Please find below the list of documents required to get on the first day of the classroom course.
  1. 2 passport size photographs,
  2. Copies of Passport, CDC, COC & INDOS No.