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Bridge Resource Management - TUG (BRM-TUG)

Individual Course / Program

Length

3 Days

Simulation

Tug Simulator

Equipment

Full Mission Tug Simulation De-Briefing Room

Pre-requisite

Merchant Marine License

Individual Course

Yes

Part of Program

No

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Course Description

This course is designed to review with the attendee the skills, knowledge and proficiency, at the operational and management level, to stand a safe navigational watch, manage an efficient and effective bridge and deck team, maintain proper awareness both in port and underway, manage the tasks of towing/barge handling/ship escort/ship support, and keep proper logs and voyage plans.

What You Will Learn

Through this course attendees will demonstrate “knowledge, understanding and proficiency” as appropriate in:

  • Effective bridge resource management procedures
  • The procedures for maintaining a safe navigational watch at sea, at anchor and when in port
  • Effective situational awareness
  • Proper techniques for tug/workboat operations


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"Captain James Casper’s Pilot Preparation course is simply the best and most informative class I have been able to find to help me prepare for the Puget Sound Pilots exam of 2012.  Jim is an experienced captain with the Washington State Ferry System, an experienced pilot who has gone through the Puget Sound Pilot training and has put together a course that is not offered to this depth anywhere else.Jim is currently a teacher at the Pacific Maritime Institute that offers many courses including ARPA, ECDIS, Bridge Resource Management and so on.Jim’s teaching style is very calm, detailed and friendly and he will make sure that you understand everything that is being offered. "