Learning Path

Navigational Leadership and Watchkeeping Essentials

Curated by: Seably

Embark on a comprehensive journey into navigational leadership and watchkeeping with this learning path. Covering topics such as bridge resource management, bridge watchkeeping, bridge watch handover procedures, basic radar training for watch officers, and passage planning and pilotage on ECDIS, each course provides essential knowledge and practical skills for ensuring safe and efficient navigation at sea.

Learning Path Details

  1. Items: 5 courses
  2. Language: English
  3. Length: 13 hours and 19 minutes
  • 1

    Bridge Resource Management is a critical tool for the officer of the watch in order to maintain a safe navigational watch. BRM is the process to use all of the means available to you during critical operations taking into account not only electronic aids to navigation but also any other data provided during the watch and most importantly teamwork.

    Human Resource
    1 hour and 9 minutes
    Avg. rating 4.5

  • 2

    This course introduces the legislation and guidance available for Bridge Watchkeeping. The learner will explore the fundamental principles of watchkeeping as well as the equipment and personnel available during the watch.

    2 hours and 1 minute
    Avg. rating 4.6

  • 3

    This course introduces the legislation and guidance for Bridge Watch Handovers. The learner will explore the fundamental principles of handing over the watch as well as the practical applications.

    30 minutes
    Avg. rating 4.7

  • 4

    This course introduces the legislation and methods of Passage Planning. You will learn how to use an ECDIS effectively to plan voyages on digital systems.

    1 hour and 43 minutes
    Avg. rating 4.6

  • 5

    This course is based on the IMO requirements for radar at the operational level. It provides a comprehensive introduction to radar for watch officers.

    7 hours and 53 minutes
    Avg. rating 4.7
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