VTS ON-THE-JOB TRAINING INSTRUCTOR V-103/4
IALA Model Course V-103/4 on Vessel Traffic Services On-the-Job Training Instructor Training, Edition 2
This course is intended to provide the training and practical guidance required to become an effective instructor of model course V-103/3 On-the-Job Training. Successful completion of this training must be indicated by an endorsement in their VTS certification log issued in accordance with IALA Recommendation V-103 on Standards for Training and Certification of VTS Personnel.
Upon completion of the V-103/4 course the newly qualified On-the-Job Training Instructor should have a thorough understanding of the specific On-the-Job Training objectives and:
have a thorough understanding of adult learning techniques taking into account the specific needs of the trainees;
have the tools to develop a detailed VTS centre On-the-Job Training programme;
are qualified in the task for which training is being conducted and assessment is being made;
have an appropriate level of knowledge & understanding of the competence to be assessed;
be able to develop, create and maintain an OJT task book;
be able to effectively manage the training process to meet the specific needs of individual trainees;
be able to continually review the effectiveness of the training programme;
be able to maintain accurate records of training and progress to facilitate effective assessment;
be able to develop and apply OJT assessment methods;
where a simulator is used, be able to gain practical operational simulator experience; and able to gain practical assessment experience on the particular simulator, under supervision and to satisfaction of an experienced assessor; and
be able to review and adapt training programmes to meet new and emerging techniques, technologies and procedures.
Course Duration: 4 days
Attendance: 100% attendance is required
Entry Requirements: Hold valid VTS Operator/Supervisor Certificate in accordance with all provisions of V-103 and appropriate VTS operational experience.
Assessment: Written and Direct Observation of practical exercises