Human Elements Leadership and Management

Course highlights

The human element and team performance is increasingly recognised as being fundamental to safe and efficient vessel operations. The management and development of essential non-technical skills is known as ‘resource management’ and incorporates social and cognitive skills.

On successful completion of this course the student will be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge to apply communication, teamwork, leadership, management of human tendencies to enable effective leadership and resource management at management level.

This course meets the competence requirements as set out in STCW Table A-II/2 and STCW Table III/2.

Key facts

Start Date(s)

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Duration Five days
Time 8am - 4pm
Study location(s) New Zealand Maritime School
Study method
Please contact us for more information
Domestic fees $1,337 (approx.)
International fees (NZD) NZD$1,337 (approx.)
Course code 941.418
Offered by School of NZ Maritime

Entry requirements

Completion of generic Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems.

Course structure

This training course is embedded in the Masters/Chiefs programme (NZ3832).

For more information email enquiries@manukau.ac.nz, phone 0800 62 62 52 or enquire below.

Information is correct as at 15 May 2022. The fee quoted is an indicative short course fee. You will be advised of the current fees at the time of enrolment. Short courses stated as eligible for free study in 2022 are based on the 2021 fee structure and subject to funding confirmation for 2022. International Students holding an appropriate visa may enrol on this course. All short course fees are in New Zealand Dollars and inclusive of GST. Manukau Institute of Technology reserves the right to cancel or postpone a course with insufficient enrolments or for any other reason where cancellation is necessary before the course is planned to start. Manukau Institute of Technology Limited is accredited under the provisions of the Education and Training Act 2020.