Marine Incident Investigation
Get ready to take the next step in your career with The Nautical Institute's Marine Incident Investigation Course.
Created for participants who engage in investigation of marine incidents and accidents, The Nautical Institute's Marine Incident Investigation course is an ideal course to help you expand your skills and knowledge of incident investigation.
Focusing on techniques to help manage the process of an investigation, the course will give candidates in depth knowledge on preparing for an investigation, the investigation process itself, reporting, analysis and effectively communicating the outcomes and/or recommendations that stem from it.
The course content is aligned with the principles of the IMO Assembly Resolution, A.849 (20) and A.884 (21), and the Code for the Investigation of Marine Casualties and Incidents.
Background and objectives of Marine Incident Investigation
Incident Investigation process
The Human Element – looking into human performance and human error
Planning & Preparing for Investigation
Analysis Stage 1: Data Structuring
Analysis Stage 2: Cause Analysis
Incident Investigation Report
Actions to avoid recurrence / Follow-up
Upon successful completion of the Marine Incident Investigation Course, participants will be able to demonstrate competence in:
- Understanding the reasons behind carrying out an investigation
- How to collect physical and human evidence
- Interview techniques
- Understanding Causes of incidents and accidents
- Understanding The human element
- Conducting an accident/Incident Investigation
- Analysing, root causes, using tools and techniques
- Evaluation, report writing and follow up of an incident/accident
The Marine Incident Investigation Course is delivered in four-hour sessions over four days.
Course dates and times can be found on the right hand side of his page.
There is an individual assessment for this course. The assessment will cover:
- Continuous assessment of participation in practical exercise scenarios during the course
- Successful completion of the theoretical exam at the end of the course
Please note: Participants must successfully complete both items in order to be awarded a certificate of completion for the Marine Incident Investigation Course.
Candidates who attend the Marine Incident Investigation and Analysis course will receive a Nautical Institute Certificate of Completion. To attain the certificate candidates must:-
- Attend the course in full, and
- Complete and pass the assignment and exam, achieving a minimum of 70%.
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The Nautical Institute is an international representative body for maritime professionals involved in the control of seagoing ships. It provides a wide range of services to enhance the professional standing and knowledge of members, who are drawn from all sectors of the maritime world. Founded in 1972, it has over 50 branches worldwide and some 7,000 members in more than 120 countries.