Crew Resource Management in an Offshore Environment

Even today 70 – 90% of accidents are due to human factors.
The goal is to learn why these failures occur and thereby to stop them before they happen.

Courses Duration Participants Language
5 days 6 prs Eng / Ukr
5 days 6 prs Eng / Id
5 days 6 prs English
5 days 6 prs English
5 days 6 prs English
5 days 6 prs English
5 days 6 prs English


  • Human Factors
  • Communication, Perception and Assertiveness
  • Stress, Complacency, Distraction and Fatique.
  • Planning and Pilot Integration
  • Resource Management, Decision Making, Leadership and Team Work.
  • Case studies and simulator exercises as a learning tool to backup / illustrate the theory
  • Bridge Team Management, as recommended in STCW 95, Section B - VIII / 2


  • Give participants the theory behind above contents supplied with the use of cases and exercises.
  • Use a bridge- and an engine simulator to show the theory in real life.
  • Stress the participants to get them out of their comfort zone and into their growth zone stretching their social and physical comfort and achieve maximum learning.
  • Teach the participants how to observe and give proper feedback to their colleagues after every simulator exercise using the CRM theory and principals.
  • Make the bridge and the engine team work as one team.

Admission Requirements

No limitation