Develop your problem sensitivity skill as a seafarer and improve your ability to identify possible problem indicators in a work environment.
Well-Being & Personal Development
Cognitive skills are the vehicle for your cognition, which refers to the various processes of your thinking daily. Cognitive skills are the skills your brain utilises to process stimuli. The more complex information processing is required on board, the greater the demand for seafarers with high cognitive skills.
Problem Sensitivity is the ability to identify differences between the actual situation and the desired situation. It involves identifying existing problems or any possible indicators or hazards that could potentially cause a problem. It also involves informing the team of a problem or a potential hazard to deal with it.
This course allows you to showcase to your employers that you are being proactive and in line with the maritime 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.
To identify differences between the actual situation and the desired situation in order to identify problems or potential hazard and deal with them.
This course is suitable for all officer ranks onboard, including:
Module 1: Better safe than sorry
Module 2: Learning from the past!
Module 1: Better safe than sorry - introduces problem sensitivity and enhances your awareness for indicators.
Module 2: Learning from the past - enables you to enrich your knowledge and extrapolate past situations to identify potential problems early on.
Willingness to evolve and develop yourself personally and professionally.
Course Access: 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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