One of the offshore sector’s leading providers has become the first to undertake MODAL Training’s Human Element, Leadership and Management (HELM Operational) course.
CWind, part of the Global Marine Group, attended MODAL’s Immingham centre to carry out the classroom-based course, designed to meet mandatory training requirements.
The three-day course, delivered by Master Mariner Mike Jubb, also equips trainees with the necessary knowledge of awareness and understanding of the human factors influencing resource management. Topics covered include cultural and situational awareness, shipboard training, assessing and developing human management, teamwork and leadership behaviours.
Trainees will also learn situation and risk assessment, managing workload including the operation of the ship to care for individuals on board and resource management techniques. Delivering the course, Mike Jubb has over 35 years of experience providing advice, services and training to the offshore, renewable, shipping and port industries
“All delegates were interacting fully on the course,” he said. “Alongside the main learning objectives, many also benefited from discussions on their various relevant experiences.
“The course cannot change human behaviour, but it can ensure it is understood and accounted for when decisions are made.
“I consider it highly beneficial for anyone who wants to further their training or needs to meet these mandatory requirements.”
CWind delivers power cable and asset management services topside and subsea, to the offshore renewables and utilities market. With experience at over 50 offshore wind farms, it has become known for a reliable power cable installation and maintenance provider which conducts back-to-back repairs.
The HELM O course will run from March 25th-27th 2019, while HELM M is taking place on January 14th-18th and April 8th-12th 2019.