Develop your memorisation skill as a seafarer and improve your ability to store and recollect information 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.
Memorisation is the ability to encode, store and effectively retrieve previously obtained information or past experiences. It involves the capacity to store information such as words, numbers, rules, and procedures, and retrieve them to take action, such as complete tasks or solve problems.
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 encode, store and effectively retrieve previously obtained information or past experiences in order to take action.
This course is suitable for all officer ranks onboard, including:
Module 1: Stimuli
Module 2: Enhancing Memories
Module 1: Stimuli - Covers the different “types” of memory and the stimuli used to create a memory.
Module 2: Enhancing Memories - Demonstrates how to enrich a memory by linking it with the why or building a story around it to give you practical advice on improving your memorisation.
Willingness to evolve and develop yourself personally and professionally.
Course Access: 60 days
Timeframe: Approx. 20min
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.
Supported Internet Browsers:
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