Develop your resilience skill as a seafarer and improve your ability to ‘bounce back’ quickly after experiencing a discouraging situation.
Well-Being & Personal Development
Employers across various industries are now incorporating seafarer's level of soft skills into their crewing decisions. The Soft, "non-technical skills" are increasingly important on board due to the rapidly changing workforce and automation of technical tasks. Additionally, maritime accident investigations indicate that a lack of soft skills and human error is the most common reason behind accidents at sea.
Resilience involves the capacity to maintain healthy functioning and optimum performance, despite stressful conditions.
It involves accepting and dealing calmly and effectively with unexpected or stressful situations.
This course presents the perfect opportunity for you as a seafarer to be proactive and showcase that you are ready to meet the industry's modern-day demands.
The course was developed based on NLP techniques and methods. Principals and examples were based on methodologies and practices from nlpincyprus and nlpgreece.
This course aims to develop your resilience skill as a seafarer and improve your ability to ‘bounce back’ quickly after experiencing a discouraging situation.
This course is suitable for all officer ranks onboard, including:
Module 1: Resilience: encourages to handle emotions and maintain a positive outlook.
Module 2: A matter of perspective: applies different perspectives to a situation and provides an in-depth analysis of
Module 3: ACT!: provides practical tips to apply the learned knowledge.
Willingness to evolve and develop yourself personally and professionally.
Course Duration: 60 days
Timeframe: Approx. 10min
Certificate: Yes (valid indefinite)
Strong Authentication: No
Daily test attempts: 2
Min % of progress on GuideMe to access TestMe: 90%
Min % of passing the TestMe: 100%
Total test time: 30 min
We recommend the use of a wired internet connection when taking this course. Connection via mobile internet is also possible; however, it is considered unstable and might cause the failure of your exam.
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