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Electrician Enhancement Training (EET)

The purpose of this training is to address the growing need of the fleets’ Electro-Technician Officers (ETO) to be aware of the consequences of non-standard practice in retrofitting and fixing various electrical and electronic equipment found on board the fleet’s vessels.

The aim of this program is to update the company’s electrical officers of the company’s and industries’ standards on best and safe electrical working practices so it would be put into practice on board.

This training also aims to change the company’s electricians’ attitude towards safe operation, maintenance, use of maker’s specific manuals and instructions books, and the application of the industries’ best practices.

This training also aim to standardize the fleet’s ETO’s facilitation skills in demonstrating the functionalities of electrical and engine tests as required by various international inspectors.

AMOS for Windows Familiarization

Is a two-day company mandatory training at KGJSM Training Department for all Masters, Chief Officers, Second Officers, Chief Engineers, Second Engineers, Third Engineers and Electricians on all vessels equipped with AMOS.

This training aims to give the users a comprehensive and straight forward approach to use the software effectively and efficiently. Topics to be discussed includes:
- Plan maintenance
- Control stock
- Request stock
- Requisition stock and consumables
- Track Purchasing
- Receive goods
- Track costs and budgets

CHARTCO

Navigational Procedures for Paperless Navigation and ChartCo Familiarization training program is designed to provide the participants with sufficient knowledge in the main functions of the ChartCo services such as Passage Manager and Met Manager. It is also intended to provide them adequate understanding with the necessary safety measures in place if ECDIS will be used as the primary means of navigation.

Bridge Resource Management and Engine Resource Management (BRMERM)

Designed to give all Deck and Engine officers’ knowledge and skills within communication, cooperation and action both during daily activities and challenging scenarios taking place on the bridge and engine room covering:

- Organization
- Cultural awareness
- Communication and mutual understanding of various human factors
- Use of leadership, management and teamwork
- Situational awareness
- Decision making and problem solving
- Emergency and crisis management

Bridge Watch Keeping (BRS1)

Aims to improve knowledge, understanding and proficiency of a Deck Officer on Navigational Watch Keeping:
- Passage planning including the use of DNV Navigator/ChartCO
- COLREG (emphasis on steering and sailing rule)
- KISS procedure
- Passage planning with ECDIS

Engine Room Simulator (ERS1)

Aims to improve the knowledge, understanding and proficiency of an Engine Officer on:
- Ship Diesel propulstion plant
- Ship Electrical power plant
- Auxiliary Machinery System

Officer Course Deck / Engine (OCDE)

A practical approach with learning objectives that goes directly into a better performance onboard:
- Increasing competence demand
- Improve cargo related knowledge
- Improve cost consciousness
- ECDIS familiarization
- AMOS training

Officers’ Leadership Training (OLT)

Intention is to increase officers’ leadership skills, crisis management experience and safety awareness. The course is based in previous Officers Course Deck/Engine, and the existing Bridge/Engine Resource Management courses.

The course will be as practicable as possible, aiming for maximum 25 % theoretical content and minimum 75% practical training. By giving short theoretical introductions for each subject, the intention is to use this theory for group discussions, reflection exercises, case studies and scenario training.

International or national requirements do not cover such training; however, it is clear that the course will add an extra dimension to how our vessels and office are managed - both during daily operations and in times of crisis or emergencies.

Additionally, this course will further facilitate arenas for transfer of experience between officers across rank, nationality, deck/engine and sea/shore.

Ship Handling Maneuvering Training (SHMT)

The course is design to enable Masters and Deck Officers to develop their existing knowledge, understanding and skills of the behavior and handling of ships in various operating conditions. It covers the effects of changes in deadweight, draught, trim, speed and under-keel clearance on turning circles and stopping distances, wind and current, squat and shallow-water for ship maneuvering and handling in all conditions. It also includes maneuvers and procedures for the rescue of man overboard, proper procedures for anchoring, berthing and un-berthing with / without tugs assistance.

KGJS Improvement Safety System (KISS)

Aims to improve the knowledge and understanding of seafarer with regards to Company Procedures written in KISS and KISS IR.

KISS contains all procedures and instructions for the Safety, Quality and Environmental Management System. Safety management system is a living documentation system, where new procedures are being created or existing ones revised as per operational risks are being identified. All changes to the system are discussed at senior management level to ensure sufficient risk mitigation is identified and practical to implement.