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Team Leadership
Being a leader is not about controlling workers or giving them complete freedom. As a leader you are, first and foremost, responsible for developing and nurturing an environment that will make the team members “click and tick”. This webinar deals with creating strong and self-empowered teams that hold themselves mutually accountable towards a shared goal. It provides you with effective and easy to apply tools to involve the team members, enabling them to believe and trust in their abilities while working on a shared goal.

Key learning objectives

After completion of the webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Recognise how to develop powerful, creative and self-empowered teams
  • Describe how to create and maintain a solid strategic plan
  • Recognise which leadership style suits the team and situation

Topics covered

  • Team definition: what is a strong and self-empowered team
  • Defining and communicating clear goals
  • Systematic gathering and sorting of input
  • Ensuring team engagement during the entire process

Participants

Office staff, sea staff (senior and junior officers)

Duration

Approximately 1 hour The time is UTC/GMT, and timing may be scheduled for people stationed both in Europe and Asia.

Fee

EUR 60.00

This webinar supports the participants in the provisions of the following instruments

  • TMSA 3, Element 1.4.4: A strategic plan ensures that continual improvements in HSSE performance are achieved. The plan follows a strategic planning cycle which identifies: Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats; aims and objectives, how to achieve these aims and objectives, progress against the plan.
Deadline for registration The deadline for registration is two (2) days before the start of the course.
60.00
Questioning Techniques
This webinar deals with questioning techniques. It discusses how other people’s statements often seem hard for us to rely on or accept. By using the right questions when communicating with other people, you become more critical of finding the truth and avoid that the message is getting distorted, generalised, or gives incomplete information. This, in turn, will enable you to choose the right solutions or make sound judgments.

Key learning objectives

After completion of the webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the types of statements to watch out for during conversations
  • Determine the right questioning techniques to use in challenging the different types of statements
  • Compose the right questions to challenge the truthfulness of another person’s statements

Topics covered

  • The human minds’ response to information
  • Cultural factors that influence the way humans react to various types of questions
  • Types of questions and the effect on the respondent
  • Effective use of questions techniques

Participants

Office staff, sea staff (senior and junior officers)

Duration

Approximately 45 minutes The time is UTC/GMT, and timing may be scheduled for people stationed both in Europe and Asia.

Certification

The participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the webinar, including the assessment or activities.

Fee

EUR 60.00

This webinar supports the participants in the provisions of the following instruments

  • TMSA3 requirement: Element 2- Recruitment and Management of Shore-Based Personnel, Stages 1.1, 1.2 and 4.3, and Element 3- Recruitment and Management of Vessel Personnel, Stage 4.3.
  • RightShip Health & Wellness Assessment: Section 4- Mental and Physical Health, item 4.6.
Deadline for registration The deadline for registration is two (2) days before the start of the course.
60.00
Cultural Self-Awareness
This webinar deals with cultural self-awareness. It discusses how culture has influenced ourselves - our values, beliefs and social relationships. It also covers the impact of culture on the communication and working relations, both within the ship and between ship and shore. This webinar employs personal self-tests, examples and exercises to make the learning experience both educational and entertaining.

Key learning objectives

After completion of the webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Recognise how our cultural experiences have shaped who we are and why we act in a certain way
  • Develop the skill to critically evaluate our own cultural awareness when comparing with other cultures
  • Value the importance of being open to different cultures

Participants

Office staff, sea staff (senior and junior officers)

Duration

Approximately 1 hour The time is UTC/GMT, and timing may be scheduled for people stationed both in Europe and Asia.

Certification

The participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the webinar, including the assessment or activities.

Fee

EUR 60.00

This webinar supports the participants in the provisions of the following instruments

  • TMSA3 requirement, Element 2- Recruitment and Management of Shore-based Personnel, Stage 4.3 and Element 3- Recruitment and Management of Vessel Personnel, Stages 1.1 and 4.3.
  • RightShip Health & Wellness Assessment: Section 4- Mental and Physical Health, item 4.6.
  • RightShip Dry Cargo Ships Inspection: Section 2.5 Manning.
Deadline for registration The deadline for registration is two (2) days before the start of the course.
60.00
§ 16 Occupational Health & Safety Course
This course is in compliance with the ‘Order on working environment training course for members of the safety group in merchant vessels’ issued by the Danish Maritime Authority.  This approved occupational health training aims to qualify the participants to perform their activities as members of the safety organisation and – in cooperation with others – to promote a healthy and safe working environment on Danish merchant ships. Furthermore, the participants shall acquire a holistic understanding of the occupational health area and acquire competences to enable them to cooperate with other crew members about the maintenance and promotion of health, safety and well-being, and contribute to preventing and solving occupational health related issues on board. Participants Management representatives and Safety representatives who are members of the safety organisation on board Danish ships. Contents The course includes the following subjects:
  • Hazard identification in the working environment
  • Regulations on Safety Committee; Performance of Work and Occupational Chemical Effects
  • Cultural awareness
  • Harassment and bullying
  • Risk management
  • Principles of controlling hazards
The course is conducted in webinar format with scheduled group live sessions and self-learning activities. During live sessions, the participants are asked to reflect on how these learning can impact their future safety on board. Slides presentations, short animations and videos will be used in the course. Language English. Tagalog is an option of a full course of Filipino participants Duration 3 consecutive days. The posted date is the start date. The time is UTC/GMT, and timing is scheduled for people stationed both in Europe and Asia. Deadline for registration The deadline for registration is two (2) days before the start of the course.
570.00
Harassment and Bullying
Accepting and respecting each other’s differences are important to maintain a harmonious relationship among crew members of diverse nationalities, backgrounds, and cultural orientations. The fact that seafarers live and work together with the same persons for several months makes the ship vulnerable to interpersonal conflicts, such as harassment and bullying. This webinar focuses on the effects of harassment and bullying on board ships. It tackles different onboard situations of bullying and harassment and ways how to prevent or control it using the reflective learning method. It also discusses the policy implemented by companies incorporated within the SMS on how to handle harassment and bullying cases.

Key learning objectives

  • Recognise the effect of harassment and bullying to seafarers
  • Explain how to prevent or control harassment and bullying
  • Describe how to deal with harassment and bullying on board ships

Topics covered

  • What is harassment and bullying?
  • Effects to seafarers
  • Ways to prevent or control
  • Dealing with harassment and bullying

Participants

Office staff  and sea staff

Course duration

Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes The time is UTC/GMT, and timing may be scheduled for people stationed both in Europe and Asia

Certification

The participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the webinar, including the assessment or activities. Fee EUR 60.00 Deadline of registration The deadline for registration is two (2) days before the start of the course.
60.00