AMSA-approved Crisis Management and Human Behaviour course completed online, in your own time, and from anywhere in the world.
Provides participants with the skills to organise shipboard emergency procedures, optimise the use of resources, control response to emergencies, control passengers and other personnel during emergency situations, establish and maintain effective communications.
Crisis Management and Human Behaviour training is for Masters, Chief Engineer Officers, Chief Mates, Second Engineer Officers and any person designated on the muster list as having responsibility for the safety of passengers in emergency situations (STCW Section A-V/2, paragraph 4).
Masters, Chief Engineer Officers, Chief Mates, Second Engineer Offices and any person designated on muster lists as having responsibility for the safety of passengers in emergency situations on board passenger ships.
Australian Maritime Safety Authority with Marine Order 70.
Antigua and Barbuda Department of Marine Services and Merchant Shipping; Bahamas Maritime Authority; Bermuda Shipping and Maritime Authority; Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands; Marine Department of Hong Kong; Liberian Registry; Republic of Marshall Islands Maritime Administrator; Panama Maritime Authority.
The following certificate will be issued by AMC to participants who successfully complete the course:
AMCS provide the full suite of Passenger Ship Training as outlined in STCW Section A-V/2. There are three courses relating to Passenger Ships:
Crisis Management and Human Behaviour online is provided using the University of Tasmania’s online learning environment, MyLO.
The course involves the viewing of multiple videos, which require a reasonable internet connection speed. To complete the final assessment, you will need access to a web camera.
Computer setup: Check your computer and/or browser are set up to enable MyLO to work properly by running a browser check.
The course was efficient and to the point. Assistance was wonderful and quick with all enquiries I had regarding getting started. Will definitely be doing the next ones.
Sabrina de Silva