This course provides the knowledge and skills for trainers to administer, supervise, and assess training and learning facilitated using simulators. The course content is based on IMO Model Course 6.10 – Train the simulator trainer and assessor, and meets the requirements of STCW Regulation I/6, STCW Code A-I/6 and STCW Regulation I/12, STCW Code A-I/1.
Location - Cairns: Great Barrier Reef International Marine College, 55-61 Tingira Street, Portsmith
Contact Us: 1300 308 233 (extension 5) for course information
Hours of Study: 3.5 days
(8:30am - 4:30pm)
For information on funding or to enrol, call 1300 308 233 (extension 5)
Non ASQA Training Package.
Please note that course dates and fee structures are subject to change.
In addition to having basic knowledge of computer systems and IMO Regulations, participants should have also complied with section A-1/6.4.1-2 of the STCW Code.
Full time over 3.5 days.
Participation in theory sessions, simulation exercises, role playing and class discussion.
Upon completion of the course, participants will have developed a conceptual understanding of the importance of maritime simulator training with a view of the human element in shipping and the unique working environment on board a ship. Furthermore, participants will develop skills to design, plan and facilitate simulator-based training programs, including conducting exercises and briefing / debriefing. Through utilisation of a simulator to its maximum potential, this course aims to enhance the professional development of seafarers.
Upon successful completion, GBRIMC will issue to participants a Train the Simulator Trainer and Assessor certificate, which will meet the requirements of IMO Model Course 6.10.
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GBRIMC reserves the right to cancel the course if insufficient enrolments have been received by seven days prior to commencement of course.
Any fees paid for cancelled courses will be refunded in full.