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  1. Coastguard Instructor Induction and Training 2014 John Read CBE Training Manager

  2. Why? • Safety • Schedule • Names / Buoys • Who’s here? • ROM’s • UTO’s • Coastguard Instructors (CI) • Regional Coastguard Instructors(RCI)

  3. Why are we all here? • TAICreport, published 16 June 2011 • Recommendations: • Navigation training • Pre-departure planning / risk assessment • CRM – optimum safety and efficiency • Align Coastguard quals with MNZ certification • Standardise vessels

  4. Training Development Project Bruce Reid (Coastguard CEO) at Coastguard Conference 2010 • Project Advisory Team: • Richard Bray - CNZ • Mike Lawrence – CNR • Barry Norgrove – CNR • Chris Musgrave - CNR • Joe Davis – CNR • Baz Kirk - CER • Roger McQuilkan - CER • Dick Hilton – CNZ Board / CER • Peter Hilton - CER • Rebecca Watson – CCR • Dick Chapman – CCR • Paul Craven – CCR • Mark Whitehouse – CSR • Chris Astall – CSR • Jim Lilley – CSR • Doug Griffin – CSR • Fiona Burton - CSR • Neil Murray – CBE Training Development project 2011 Detailed requirements for review

  5. Training Development Project 2011 Training Development Project 2011 • Resource Audit: • Enhance and improve modules • Convert modules for E learning • & tutor delivery • SAR Tutor Audit: • Review competence • Establish Tutor profile / position description • Determine selection process • Determine measurement process • SAR Assessor Audit: • Review competence • Establish profile / position description • Determine selection process • Determine measurement process

  6. Resource Development CNR / CBE CoC Agreement SAR Development Group Collate reviewed resources and amend Pass onto CBE Tender to all Coastguard Send out Resources for review Reviewed modules placed on shared drive CBE CBE provide resources to Instructor electronically and hard copy • SAR Review Group: • Campbell Hope - CNR • Jeff Cramp - CNR • Heather McDonald - CSR • Doug Griffin – CSR • Gary Blue – CCR • Andy Murray – CER • John Read – CBE • Regional Operations Managers • Reviewed modules and return to SAR DT

  7. Resource Development • CNZ / CBE – annual CoC Agreement • Additional agreement • CBE tendered to Coastguard • 8 applicants approx • SAR Resource Development Group: • Nicola Hockley • Rachel McKenzie • Chris Astall

  8. Why? • Process ensured: • Response to the TAIC report requirements • Consistency • Standardisation • Quality teaching materials • Support to trainers • Change to MOSS

  9. Why are you here? • 3 goals

  10. Goals

  11. Goals – UTO’s • UTO’s: • Understand the changes in matrix • Awareness of transition phase • Understand roles of delivering training • (who can do what?)

  12. Goals – Coastguard Instructors • Coastguard Instructors: • As per UTO’s • Provide teaching tools for delivery theory and practical • Understand your role in assessment

  13. Goals – Regional Coastguard Instructors • Regional Coastguard Instructors: • As per UTO’s / CI’s • Provide teaching tools for delivery theory and practical sessions • Understand your role in assessment • Understand your role in moderation

  14. Questions, queries, problems, land claims? john@boatingeducation.org.nz

  15. Overview of New Training Matrix What’s in, what’s out…

  16. Inductee Phase Trainee CNZ 2010 CNZ 2013 Volunteer Application/MOJ check Medical and Fitness Unit Induction Unit Health & Safety NZ Search and Rescue Personal Safety In Water Survivability Maritime Operators Safety System (SSM) Crew Resource Management 1 Inductee Interview • Volunteer Application/MOJ check • Coastguard & Unit Induction • Personal Safety • NZ SAR System

  17. Trainee Phase Operational CNZ 2010 CNZ 2013 First Aid Course Maritime VHF course (CBE) Local Area Familiarisation CRV Systems Familiarisation Victim Recovery SAR Communications Observation Techniques Towing Techniques CRV Handling Boatmaster (CBE) Seamanship 1 Operational Crew Assessment Trainee Interview • First Aid (approved course) • VHF Cert (CBE) • Local Area Familiarisation • CRV Introduction parts 1 -3 • CRV Emergency & Rescue equip • CRV Fire fighting equip • Legal Considerations • SAR Communications • Towing • Observation Techniques • Victim Recovery • Man Overboard • Basic CRV Handling • Day Skipper (CBE) • Safe Ships Management Manual

  18. Operational Phase Senior CNZ 2010 CNZ 2013 Emergency and Rescue Equipment Search Techniques Damage Control and Basic Repairs CIMS Introduction Radar GPS Working with Aircraft On Scene Command Seamanship 2 Operational Interview • Search Techniques • Emergency Repairs • Radar (CBE) • Boatmaster(CBE) • GPS (CBES) • Working with Aircraft • On-Scene Command • Inboard Maint. (CBE) • Outboard Maint. (CBE) • Boat Handling & Heavy Weather

  19. Three Endorsements Navigation Helm Engineering • Navigation • Navigation Practical Assessment • 10 Hours Navigation (including 5 at night) • Outboard Engine Maintenance Course (CBE) • Inboard Engine Maintenance Course (CBE) • Advanced Helm Techniques • Helm Endorsement Practical Assessment • 10 Hours Helm (including 5 at night)

  20. Senior Crew Phase Master CNZ 2010 CNZ 2013 Crew Resource Management 2 Course Practical Masters Course 150 Hours Total (75 minimum on Unit CRV) Senior Crew Interview CoC Written Assessment CoC Practical Assessment • Practical Masters Course • Satisfies local Unit criteria • 150 Hours Total (75 minimum on Unit CRV) • CoC Written Assessment • CoC Practical Assessment

  21. Summary CNZ 2010 CNZ 2014 95 87 24 24 13 52 9 16 30 8

  22. Format of Training Material How to use it…

  23. Training Resources

  24. Module • Connections to; • White book competencies • Module theory • Practical competencies • Practical competencies • Learning Objectives • Knowledge, skills and understanding • Workbooks • Key Learning • Coastguard Training Matrix • Modules • Coastguard Boating Education Courses

  25. Design • Allows for crew to write in modules • Links to other CG matrix resources identified by symbol • Provides Coastguard Instructor and Crew extended readings / thinking / challenges • Large colour images of our units to provide authentic context • Simplified headings and subheadings

  26. Teaching Support • Clear links to workbook • Activities provide opportunity for crew to; • share prior knowledge • discuss understanding • engage and interact with each other • Shift from the Teacher ‘telling’ • Extras in red may have hyperlinks for extra research, reading or thinking – can be used by Crew or Coastguard Instructor

  27. PowerPoints • Links to contents of module • Red slide • Overview • Aim • Sections • Red slide • Link to contents • Key learning

  28. Module content • Blue slides • Running header – interest • Key points only • Images where possible • Link to Module • Coastguard units • Fun • Challenging • Links clearly identified • Workbook activities • CBE courses • Other modules

  29. Summary slide • Overview of contents of Module • Links made to; • Other Modules in matrix • CBE courses

  30. Workbooks • Designed to; • Provide teaching resource for Coastguard Instructor – not a test • Allow for formative assessment – move away from recall testing • Focus on ‘Key Learning’ for each section • Assess in a variety of ways • Provide a record of progress • Evidence engagement • Crew • Coastguard Instructor

  31. Key Learning; • Links directly to the theory within the Module • Supported by the PowerPoints • Summarised for each section • Also identified in Practical Competencies • Is assessed in a variety of ways • Remembering (e.g. recall of facts, terminology, theories) • Understanding (explaining ideas, summarising, interpreting) • Applying (using knowledge in another situation) • Analysing (comparing, breaking down, organising) • Evaluating (justifying, critiquing) • Creating (Designing, inventing, planning) • Anderson, Lorin W. & Krathwohl, David R. (2001). A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching and Assessing: a Revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy. New York. Longman Publishing.

  32. Opportunities for; • Questioning • Interaction • Discussion • Argument • Collaboration • Supporting teaching • Specific workbook activities shown by symbol • Connections between Module, Power Point and Workbook • Encourages Crew to be active participants in their own learning

  33. White Book Competency Link to Module aim After completing Module theory and Workbook assessment At Unit level Crew are required to practice skills Links to Unit teaching resource Practical Competencies Competencies link to the contents of the Module Module links identified Each competency has key learning which can be taught or assessed using Practical Competencies

  34. Practical Competencies Module Links to WBC and Module

  35. Designed to support your teaching • Learning Objective • Knowledge skills and understanding • Success criteria • Time to practise theory • Make connections at Unit and CRV specific level • Lesson / Practical format • Introduction • Engage crew in learning • State learning • Development • Opportunity to practise key learning • Practically • Key questions • Links to success criteria • Closure • Summarise learning • Challenge

  36. Content of 2014 Training Matrix The detail…

  37. Learning as Adults Why do we need to understand our learners?

  38. What are those factors that can influence the effectiveness of your teaching and your students learning?

  39. Record the top eight

  40. How can these be achieved?

  41. Microteaching: Lesson Slice Giving the resources a try…

  42. 1. Observation2. Search Techniques3. Personal safety4. MOSS5. Damage Control and Basic Repairs

  43. 1. Observation2. Search Techniques3. Personal safety4. MOSS5. Damage Control and Basic Repairs

  44. Reflection What were the challenges? What will you take back to your crew? Revisit your personal goals….