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SCENARIOS

VASCO Supported Scenarios

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VASCO SCENARIOS

Focused on ‘Train as you operate, and industry best practice’, our scenarios have been expertly designed to deliver real world skill development.
 
They are so much more than what is on offer in traditional training.

All of the VASCO designed scenarios will include assessment of BRM principles together with knowledge and application of colregs

Part A - General and Section I - conduct of vessels in any condition of visibility.
 

Each individual scenario will also focus on particular rules within Section II - Conduct of vessels in sight of one another and Section III - Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility.


Each scenario is dynamic and the instructor has the ability to adapt the preset conditions to take account of the actions of the team. This ensure the training is both interesting and challenging.

Scenario 1
Plain Sailing

A Familiarisation Session. Here we onboard you onto M/Y VASCO. Using all of the available equipment, this will ensure the future use is seamless in all other exercises and scenarios. 

 

Scenario 2
Fishing for Comments

Night Navigation – Identify all light characteristics when visible. Correct identification of vessels type, aspect and status, understanding and correct application of ColRegs 

 

Scenario 3
Shipwreck Point

Do you verbalise your thoughts? Are your team in the same shared Mental Model? We will find out here, a basic traffic situation, but the team will need to know the intentions of VASCO and work together to get through it.

Scenario 4
Decisions Decisions

Is the team able to manage heavy workload and controlled decision-making techniques 

Scenario 5
Anchors Away

How does the team cope with stress?  Do they show signs of mental fatigue? 

Scenario 6
Into the Darkness

How does the team reach a decision with limited options to ensure a safe outcome?

Scenario 7
Port Constraint

Do the team work efficiently and effectively, when faced with external information overload to arrive safely at the anchorage?  .


 

Scenario 8
The Endeavour

Real time information sharing, continual assessment of the situation and clear communication from the team.

Scenario 9
Sunset Cruise

How does the team cope with changes in expected external situation?

Scenario 10
Bermuda Triangle

Does the team cope under external factors and prioritise a safe outcome?

Scenario 11
Nothing to See Here

Difficult, Multi Vessel, Restricted Visibility Exercise. 

Scenario 12
Let's Ensure Things Don't Go Bump in the Night
This puts all skills previously assessed to use, all teamwork required in a complex shipping zone .

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