• Description

    The Ministry of infrastructures and Transport disciplines the “training course for maritime trainers” through Decree of December 17th, 2015 published on the Official Journal, January 1st, 2016.

    The course provides specific training and knowledge necessary to acquire competences in terms of plannings, development and provisions of maritime training courses.

  • Course program

    Theoretical aspects


    Basic competences for training (STCW)

    • Competences to acquire
    • Training requisites base on competences attainment


    Planning an effective teaching context

    The learning process

    • Learning needs analysis
    • Training planning
    • Training delivery
    • Training evaluation
    • Adults’ learning and factors which influence it, andragogy, Knowels’ model and Kolbe’s model

    Using a certain range of didactic methodologies

    Education/training tools

    • Traditional approach and education
    • Tutoring e Mentoring
    • Experiential education/training
    • Coaching
    • E-learning
    • Outdoor training

    Didactic methodologies

    • Structured approach
    • Destructured approach
    • Technical-procedural approach
    • Conversational and reflective approach

    Practical exercises

    • Cases
    • Role playing- simulations


    • Problems analysis
    • Discussion
    • Group dynamics- action


    Using adequate educational materials

    Didactic supports – visual communication

    • Why do we use it?
    • When does it influence learning?
    • effective slides
    • colors
    • exposition times

    Supports for practical training

    • public speaking
    • verbal, paraverbal, non-verbal communication
    • gestures, eye contact, distances, postures


    Lesson development plan

    Lesson objective

    Educational objectives and topics development

    • Turning educational objectives in didactic units
    • Topics choice
    • Topics research and documentation
    • Topics order

    Factors to consider during the lesson

    • Attention mechanisms
    • Ice breaking
    • Question techniques
    • Time keeping
    • Objections management
    • “difficult” interlocutors’ management
    • Adapting methodologies to people’s style


    Evaluating learning and teaching

    Methodology for evaluation –  4 levels of evaluation

    • Reaction: appreciation of the training
    • Learning: internalizing what was learnt
    • Behaviour: application of what was learnt

    business impact:  results achieved thanks to constant application


    Identifying adequate methods for evaluation and acquiring data for evaluation

    • Evaluation project
    • Questionnaires, tests, observation
    • Data validity and reliability


    Projecting a plan for lessons

    Factors to consider

    • Course economy and lessons plan preparation
    • Theory and practice balance
    • Lessons productivity
    • Target identification- learners’ prerequisites

    Number of students and educational effectiveness

    Development of a new program

    • Turning needs in educational objectives
  • Next dates

    to be defined

  • Certification

    Certificate recognized by general command of the Coast Guard

    (only after passing both theoretical and practical tests)

  • Prerequisites


  • Purpose

    The course provides knowledge and trainings necessary to acquire the right competences in terms of “education and training”. It is addressed to instructors involved in the planning, development, and delivery of training courses for the maritime personnel, in accordance with code STCW, section A-I/6.

  • Conducted by

    Instructors who have been authorized by the general command of the Coast Guard through decree issued by the Minister of infrastructures and transport

  • Contents

    Theoretical aspects

    Training techniques

    Lessons techniques

    Communication techniques

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