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Purpose, Preparation, and Integration

Explain

the purpose of on-board training; the preparation needed before the start of a training session; how the shipboard training can be integrated in the ships work plan a short demo for the class

Describe

Explain

Have

Minimum

training for all persons involving the safety aspects of being aboard a specified vessel and required for the carrying out of emergency duties or tasks onboard that vessel. onboard is to incorporate knowledge and skills in the workplace, and accumulate experience in order to make one competent at his/her job.

Training

Increased

productivity Reduced Supervision Reduced dissatisfaction Minimum wastage and accidents Organizational flexibility and stability

Increased productivity: Training programs help in increasing skill, aptitude and abilities of the crew. It results in increased productivity. Reduced Supervision: The trained crew requires less supervision and he can supervise himself. Reduced dissatisfaction: Well-trained crew usually experience satisfaction associated with a sense of achievement and knowledge. Consequently they develop their inherent capabilities at work.

Minimum wastage and accidents: An important advantage of training is that accident, spoiled work and damage to machinery and equipments can be kept at minimum.

Organizational flexibility and stability: Trained and motivated personnel are assets for an organization who can adjust to short run variations in the volume of work whether there is loss of key personnel. Hence personnel with multiple skills are in a position to transfer to jobs where the demands is the highest.

The minimum training for all persons (this includes crew, special personnel and passengers) on board a vessel (either recreational or commercial) under way should provide them with information on (a) specific safety features, practices or precautions onboard that vessel, (b) location of personal safety equipment on the vessel, (c) instructions on how to use the personal safety equipment, (d) actions to be taken by the person in the event of an emergency, and (e) abandonment procedures.

There

are several major steps in preparing a training session. These areas include: the importance of promoting the program to top management preparing training materials the training space trainers and, trainees.

The most successful training sessions are well-planned and well-prepared.

Lack of upper-management support and commitment is one of the top five reasons why training is not as effective as its expected to be. Without top-level support, employees have less incentive to retain information and apply it to their work. When top management shows interest in the learning process, participants are more likely to apply new skills and knowledge to their work. Upper managements influence on how employees react to training cannot be overestimated.

Training

material must be on board each vessel and must consist of a manual of one or more volumes written in easily understood terms and illustrated wherever possible, or of audiovisual training aids. With a logically organized filing and storage system, you will have training sessions that are reusable and easy to update as equipment or procedures change. You will have complete control over what is trained in your company.

Each

trainer has different qualifications, experience, expertise, and methodology of training. Even trainers who are intimately familiar with a subject must properly prepare for the training session.

To

ensure the most productive training session, you also need to prepare trainees. want trainees to be highly motivated before they walk through the training doors.

You

Familiarity

with emergency procedures. Every crewmember with emergency duties assigned on the muster list must be familiar with their assigned duties before the training begins.

COMMANDING OFFICER

EXECUTIVE OFFICER PLANNING BOARD FOR TRAINING

TRAINING OFFICER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES OFFICER DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT DEPARTMENT HEAD TRAINING GROUP SUPERVISORS INSTRUCTORS

TRAINING TEAMS

policies

and plans of higher authority -govern the shipboard training organization officer - heads the organization executive officer supervises it.

commanding the

Those

in the organization plan coordinate, and conduct drills, classes, and other instruction to increase the general and specialized professional knowledge of personnel.

Training

methods will vary from ship to ship depending on size, design, and personnel. who know the existing training and maintenance conditions should plan training time to take advantage of maintenance requirements where possible.

Officers

The

ships planning board for training - is usually composed of the executive officer as chairperson, the heads of departments, the training officer, and the ESO. The board advises the commanding officer and helps him develop training policies, establishes the ships training program, and evaluates the program by reviewing its training schedules.

Onboard

training is a training to incorporate knowledge and skills in the workplace, and accumulate experience in order to make one competent at his/her job of onboard training are Increased productivity, Reduced Supervision, Reduced dissatisfaction, Minimum wastage and accidents, Organizational flexibility and stability

Purposes

The

preparations before the start of the training session are the following:
the

importance of promoting the program to top management preparing training materials the training space trainers and, trainees.

The

Shipboard training can be integrated in the ships work plan through the Shipboard Organization for training. There are assigned tasks, duties, and responsibilities.