616 Human Element Leadership & Management (HELM) - $ 1,199.00




Course Description

This 5 day course satisfies the STCW as amended in 2010 requirement for  Leadership and Management Training at the Management Level for deck and engineering officers known in the MCA System as HELM (M) and in the USCG System as Leadership & Management (Management Level).

This course is currently approved by the MCA and the USCG and accepted by the Marshall Islands. Most administrations will accept the course but it is always recommended to check with your flag state first if it is not specifically listed above.

The course meets the latest mandatory requirements for approved training in the human element, leadership and management at the management level and the standards of competence to be achieved as well as the associated assessments/tasks.

This course is required for officers at the management level as follows:

Chief mate or master of 500 gross tonnage or more (II/2)

Second engineer officer or chief engineer officer (III/2)

Y2 and Y1 engineering candidates

It is also recommended by the PYA for department heads serving in a management level capacity such as Chief Stewards who desire a higher level of certifcation and
leadership and management training.

It meets the MCA & USCG requirements relevant to the application of leadership and management skills as set out in Tables A-II/2, A-III/2 and A-III/6 of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) incorporating the Manila amendments.

This training is a pre-requisite for a management level Certificate of Competency (CoC) issued by the MCA & USCG upon meeting the requirements of Regulation II/2 and III/2.

Any applicant who has successfully completed Leadership and Managerial Skills (MARTPT-751) course will satisfy USCG requirements for:

• The Leadership and Managerial Skills within 46 CFR 11.305; 46 CFR 11.307; 46 CFR 11.311; 46 CFR 11.313; 46 CFR 11.315; 46 CFR 11.317; 46 CFR 11.325; 46 CFR 11.327; 46 CFR 11.331; 46 CFR 11.333; AND, the equivalent to the specific tasks found in NVIC 10-14 (Tasks 18.1.A-18.2.A), NVIC 11-14 (Tasks 18.1.A-18.3.A); NVIC 15-14 (Tasks 7.1.D, 11.1.A, 14.1.A); and NVIC 16-14 (Task 14.1.A).
• The Leadership and Teamworking Skills within 46 CFR 11.309; 46 CFR 11.319; 46 CFR 11.321; AND, the specific tasks from the National Assessment Guidelines found in NVIC 12-14 (Tasks 18.1.A-18.5.A), for an endorsement as Officer in Charge of a Navigational Watch;
• The Leadership and Teamworking Skills within 46 CFR 11.329; AND, the specific tasks from the National Assessment Guidelines found in NVIC 17-14 (Tasks 16.1.A-16.4.A), for an endorsement as Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch;

* Please note: If you are sitting for an original MCA Chief Mate Yacht CoC that includes the oral exam for the OOW level, you will be required to take both the operational and management level HELM courses (#416 & 616).

Course Syllabus:

Students will be able to control the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level through the use leadership and managerial skills to ensure that:

 




Upcoming Scheduled Classes

Class Number Start Date Finish Date
011999 30 Jul 2018 03 Aug 2018
012000 13 Aug 2018 17 Aug 2018
013178 20 Aug 2018 24 Aug 2018
012340 17 Sep 2018 21 Sep 2018
012341 01 Oct 2018 05 Oct 2018
012342 15 Oct 2018 19 Oct 2018
012343 12 Nov 2018 16 Nov 2018
012344 26 Nov 2018 30 Nov 2018
012504 10 Dec 2018 14 Dec 2018
013047 07 Jan 2019 11 Jan 2019
013048 04 Feb 2019 08 Feb 2019
013049 04 Mar 2019 08 Mar 2019
013050 01 Apr 2019 05 Apr 2019
013051 29 Apr 2019 03 May 2019
013179 20 May 2019 24 May 2019
013562 24 Jun 2019 28 Jun 2019

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