Experience, Global Reach and Passion. These are words that describe ALL Academy.
We have been involved in resource management training in the maritime industry since 1993. For more than 20 years, resource management training has been our full time job and commitment. Over the years some 60,000 people have been trained in MRM. We have also trained many hundreds of MRM Facilitators and we have taken part in conferences and workshops meeting people from all over the world. Well aware of that learning is a lifelong process, no one will ever reach 100% on the learning or experience scale. However, if someone would claim they have reached 90% on this scale, we could easily say 95%. We would be pleased to share our knowledge and experiences with you.
The MRM network is the maritime industry’s largest training network within the human factors area. At the moment we have clients in about 35 countries. There are more countries in the world than this figure but since these 35 include the far most important seafaring countries, we feel that 90% provides a pretty accurate picture. If anyone feels outside – welcome onboard!
This is the most important characteristic of ALL Academy. Without passion, one will not succeed. With a strong belief, a lot of hard work and an enormous amount of passion we built up an industry awareness about the need for resource management and human factors training during the 1990s and 2000s. We have been passionate about these issues ever since we started in 1993 but the more we learn, the more passionate we become. No doubt 100% on this scale. Passion is contagious. If you are passionate too, click the heart symbol on the top of this page to “love this”!
Hi, I would like to know more about Engine Room Resource Management. Are the contents the same as MRM?
As for MRM, the course is three days without the practical training? Or practical is good to have package and a participant will be issued with a certificate after attending the 3days 15 modules?
Dear Meng Keong Neo,
Maritime Resource Management (MRM) is a further development of the original Bridge Resource Management course that we developed in the early 1990s. The major reason for the change from BRM to MRM was to attract engineers and other people (om board and ashore) who have an impact on safety at sea. So yes, MRM can be used to meet requirements also related to Engine-room Resource Management.
The course is purely focusing on human factors and practical training is only optional. (Resource Management should not be confused with technical training.) If you would successfully attend a three-day course covering the relevant parts of the total package of the 15 modules you could be issued a course certificate.