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WCMTLD-751 Leadership and Managerial Skills Course Schedule (35HR)

Monday (8 hours)

Tuesday (8 hours)

Wednesday (7 hours)

Thursday(7 hours)

Friday (5 hours)

Time: 0800

Safety moment and site awareness;

Class rules and Bureaucracy –attendance, outstanding matters

Introductions Instructor and students;

Course introduction, objectives, student

Course pre-test

Time: 0800 Welcome back Safety moment

Today’s Learning Goals and Objectives

Pre- Assessment Test #2

Time: 0800 Welcome back Safety moment

Today’s Learning Goals and Objectives

Pre- Assessment Test #3

Time: 0800 Welcome back Safety moment

Today’s Learning Goals and Objectives Pre- Assessment Test #4

Time: 0800 Welcome back Safety moment

Today’s Learning Goals and Objectives

Pre- Assessment Test #5

Time: 0815 Exercise Sheet #2 –Different

Shipboard Managements

Time: 0815 Exercise Sheet #5 MBTI

Homework Results

Time: 0815

Exercise Sheet #9 - 7 Habits Profile Homework Results

-Motivation and Coaching Skills (Lecture)

Time: 0815

Delegation Time Management

Generational Differences

Time: 0900 Exercise #6: Hartman Color

Code Test

Time: 0900

Duties and Responsibilities of Ship board Personnel

Time: 0900 -1100

Finish Exercise #2

The History and Evolution of Management Thought

Time: 0900

US Maritime Laws and History

Time: 0900 Organization Ethics Harassment Bullying

Time: 1000

-Level 5 Hierarchy

-7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Time: 1000 Maritime Conventions and National Legislation part 1 -

(History and disasters)

Time: 1000

Anger and Stress Management Exercise #10 -Anger self-test Exercise #11 – How do you relate?

Exercise #12 –Assert Yourself with : “I”

Time: 1000

Course Review

Course Feedback and critiques Questions and Answers

Time: 1100

Leadership vs Management

Time: 1200 Lunch

Time: 1100 Maritime Conventions and National Legislation part 2 -

(Resulting and current Legislation)

Time: 1200 Lunch

Time: 1300

Finish 7 Habits Listening

Group Exercise #7 – Listening Exercise

Time: 1200 Lunch

Time: 1100

Exam

Time: 1200 Lunch

Time: 1300 -1500

Exercise #3Good Vs Bad Leadership Traits

Leadership Theories and Trait Theory

`Communication ‘5W’s and an H’ tool

Exercise #13 – Table top Leadership Scenarios

Major Crew Sickness Marginal Performer False Reporting

Exercise #14 – What would you do? Nudie Calendars, magazines and porn

Gay Slander Racial Slurs and Jokes

1230

Certificate Presentation Checkout

Retakes (if Required)

Time: 1300 -1430

Case Study #1 & 2

`Time: 1400 Emotional Intelligence Individual Assignment Exercise #8

Time: 1430-1600

Case Study Class Presentations #1 & 2

Class discussion and analysis

1300 Depart

Time: 1500-1630

Exercise #4 Management Leadership Matchup Factors

 

Time: 1600

Day’s review Closed Book Exam

Time: 1630

Personality Indicators

Go over Pre- Assessment Q’s Exercise #5 Briggs Meyer Homework

`Time: 1500 Awareness

Go over Pre- Assessment Q’s Homework Assignment Exercise #9 - 7 Habits

Time: 1700

Retakes if required – Depart

1700 Depart

1545

End of the Day Review

Day’s Review

Pre- Assessment Question Review Questions and Answers

 

1600 Depart

 

1600 Depart

Testimonials from our students:

  • Testimonials from our students:

    “Greetings All, Just completed the 5 day Leadership class with Cap' Virgil. He has a SOLID maritime background, and put on a great class.” MtSkier From g captain forum dtd 15 April 16

    “Good Class!” Capt Boe E.

    "Thank you for such a valuable and interesting class. Well worth it!” Capt Joe L.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    "Hearing horror stories from co-workers (all of who took this course at other different places), I was dreading this class. I could not be any more pleased with the class and the quality of instruction. Highly recommend." -Frank D.

    "Best Management and Leadership Therapy ever." Capt August L.

    "Class was informative." - Audra

  • Testimonials from our students:

    "I was impressed with the quantity and quantity of the information presented. I would highly recommend this course for meeting the STCW requirements" – Richard L.

    “Virgil Elkinton has a vast and varied amount of sea experience (which) makes him an ideal educator” Capt John H.

    “The Class was well organized and presented excellently” Capt. Mike W.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    "An Excellent and engaging instructor. Clearly well versed and interested in the subject material. Very relevant topics to both today’s work place and shipboard management. Just because certain behaviors are not illegal does not mean they are ethical -does not mean that they can be tolerated in the workplace. The loss to the company can be very high in real dollars terms for not dealing with those workplace issues." - Larry O’

    "Virgil went above and beyond normal USCG requirements and has created one, if not one of the best and most interesting classes that I have attended. Kudos!" -Capt. Jeff R.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    "Capt. Virgil was a great instructor for this class. He showed great enthusiasm for the subject. I know I will be using what I learned in class both in my professional and private life." - Capt Russel F.

    "Learn something interesting about yourself, SURPRISE!" - James C.

    "Experience always shows up in an instructor." – Thumbs Up! Mike L.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    "The instructor is fun, energetic, and presents the information in a connectable way. Enjoyed the exercises! Personal quizzes brought them home & did the tests with (my) significant other- We had fun and learned a lot." – Trygue. W.

    "A solid foundation in Leadership and Management theory." – Mike. L.

    "The class was more than I expected. Was really expecting and HR seminar. This was a very informative (class) and provided a litany of useful tools for work and life." – Lee W.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    "I found the class very informative. The instructor’s first-hand real world experience helped mold this “required” class into a course of instruction that I not only found helpful, but I could apply in my own circumstances." – Ron L.

    "Virgil was an excellent instructor. He involved all students in the class material, held our attention, and provided good information and thought provoking ideas and feedback." – Doane B.

    “Thanks Virgil. Well Done with the course. Very Informative.” Capt. Micah C.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    "Virgil went above and beyond normal USCG requirements and has created one, if not one of the best and most interesting classes that I have attended. Kudos!" -Capt. Jeff R.

    “Great school teaches you what you need, also easy to ask questions about any materials in the study guide.” -Andy T.

    “Thorough. Informative.” -Leigh M.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    “Although the class was mandatory, Capt. Virgil was excellent and made the material interesting and useful. I will be implementing many tools learned in this class in my professional and personal life.” -Brian H.

    “Interesting and informative course…It will help me be a better manager at sea.”- Michael H.

    “Great job, Virgil! Well delivered, fun topics. Made the required rewarding and relevant.” – Scott W.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    “I definitely recommend Capt. Virgil to future mariners. These experiences are well/greatly related to the course. Great class,” -Ray V.

    I really appreciated Virgil’s enthusiasm in class and his passion for this material. He was able to very successfully relate the principles of leadership and management to the shipboard environment.” -Jon K.

    “Great course. Good location. I was able to squeeze this in my busy schedule because of the many classes available. Thanks!” -Dave R.

  • Testimonials from our students:

    “Virgil is very knowledgeable and passionate about the subject matter while making it relatable to the mariners.” -Ryan W.

    “Virgil is the best 30,000 foot pilot I have ever flown with. He covered a sleepy subject with life and excitement.” -Chris B.