Leadership and Managerial Skills (MARI 9742)
The course provides knowledge and practice for officers in supervision, organizational structure and crew training techniques at the management level including task and workload management. Effective resource management techniques, decision-making processes and the development, implementation and oversight of standard operating procedures are integral to this course. The analysis of stress, fatigue and communication factors in terms of their evolution and associated morale and safety compromises are also covered. Learning presented in this course will augment and enhance individual leadership style and skills and can be applied on a day-to-day basis by those responsible for the safe, efficient, and effective operation of an individual vessel or a fleet of vessels. Additional detail of specific objectives covered can be found in the Transport Canada Document TP-15337E.
Condition: Students must have a certificate of competency at the officer level in Navigation, Engineering or Electro-Technical and at least 6 months of sea service at the officer level complete with appropriate certificate of competency.
Costs and fees
A College Services Fee and Student Association Fee will apply for part-time students registered in credit courses. In some instances, offerings of the same course across multiple terms may have a differing cost. For more information, please visit Costs & Fees.
Strait Area Campus (Nautical Institute)
Class # 1270
Sep 19 - 23, 2022
- Strait Area Campus
This course is delivered on-campus or at a learning site.
- Monday - Friday | 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM