Develop the skills to reduce the risk of accidents at sea. Our Bridge Resource Management (BRM) Trainer Course (often referred to as Crew Resource Management) focuses on providing you with the necessary tools to break communication barriers across hierarchies, understand the cause and consequences of human error, and assist you with identifying practical strategies to design error-tolerant solutions.
During the BRM course, you will gain increased knowledge, understanding and attention towards the impact of human factors on board. We examine the paths to prevent human error and increase daily operational efficiency. We’ll hand over various practical tools to integrate into your maritime operations.
This BRM trainer course is ideal for persons involved in implementing, developing, and delivering human factors training for ashore and on-board personnel.
We offer a 3-day or 5-day Bridge Resource Management trainer course programme so that you can adjust the training to your specific needs.
NB. Secure your seat on this course, pay 10% upfront, or contact us for other payment options.
Our Human Factors training for maritime personnel takes a highly interactive approach, using facilitation, role-plays, group activities, exercises, and industry case studies.
The lessons presented throughout this course will increase your knowledge, understanding, and attention towards the impact of Human Factors on board. We open the individual’s eyes to their communication style, leadership style and its impact on the team and the operation.
A typical BRM training programme will include the following:
The course content may be adjusted to suit your organisation’s specific needs.
Following the Maritime Crew Resource Management trainer course, you will be able to design, implement and effectively deliver Human Factors training which addresses the specific nature of your company’s operations and procedures.
Training in Human Factors can help develop:
When attending a Bridge Resource Management trainer course at NaviMinds, you will receive lots of new training material; a 380-page Human Factors manual including background information, Plug’n’Play lesson plans, student handouts and group exercises designed by NaviMinds.
The BRM course is inclusive of the following:
Our experienced team of Human Factors trainers is dedicated to providing the highest quality training possible. We have spent years developing eye-opening games and exercises that help us prove that human error is a normal part of our human makeup.
When joining one of our courses, you will experience the benefits and pitfalls on your body and mind, creating a much more effective form of learning.
With expert facilitator support, you will be encouraged to share stories, compare ideas and workshop solutions to human factors challenges.
We guarantee that our Bridge Resource Management trainer course will be an eye-opening and thought-provoking learning experience for you and your team.
Price of the course: €2,189 per participant (no VAT will be added)
In-person training in Copenhagen or in-house
The course is available at our training facilities in central Copenhagen or in-house at the client’s location.
Don’t hesitate to contact our team for enquiries or more information.
You do not need any previous experience with Human Factors to complete this course.
Bridge Resource Management (BRM) training is a maritime program aimed at improving safety through better teamwork, communication, and decision-making onboard. BRM training enhances decision-making skills and integrates cultural sensitivity and effective communication protocols to help foster a culture of continuous improvement in maritime operations and contribute to a safer and more efficient operation.
A Bridge Resource Management course aims to help participants identify specific safety and productivity issues caused by communication and process barriers in their organisation. The course aims to reduce the risk of incidents and accidents by encouraging safe and responsible behaviour.
The course will emphasise the importance of following procedures to heighten participants’ understanding of effective communication to reduce error and improve operational safety, efficiency and effectiveness.
This Crew Resource Management for maritime personnel is designed for persons involved in implementing, developing, and delivering human factors training for ashore and on-board personnel.
Option 1: Reserve your seat by paying a 10% deposit upon booking. We will send an invoice for the remaining balance approximately two weeks before the course begins.
Option 2: Secure your spot by paying the full amount upfront using Visa, Visa Electron, Maestro, or Mastercard.
Option 3: If you prefer to pay via invoice, please contact us to reserve your seat.
Let us know your preferred payment method, and we make sure to find a solution.
Anne’s career began as a Cabin Attendant in 1987. She became a Flight Instructor in 1994 and later served as a First Officer at Maersk Air and Sterling Airlines. Anne also served as a Simulator Flight Instructor and was Captain on the 737 fleet at Primera Air A/S. She also held the positions of Deputy Safety Officer and Chief of Human Factors Training.
Rikke started her career as a pilot with Sterling European Airlines in 1995 and later flew for Maersk Air and Sterling Airlines until 2009. Since then, she has transitioned into being a psychotherapist, which is her main occupation. Additionally, Rikke is also a teacher at a school for psychotherapy in Denmark.
Morten brings over 34 years of aviation expertise, mainly from the Royal Danish Navy, where he educates and mentors helicopter crews in CRM. Currently, Morten is the owner of Bluebird Heli, where he continues to apply his extensive knowledge and experience to the industry.
Susi has more than 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, having worked in airlines such as Maersk Air, Sterling, Primera Air, and Ryanair. During this time, she also served as a Captain on the Boeing 737 from 2001 to 2021.