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Commission Delegated Directive (EU) 2020/12 of 2 August 2019 supplementing Directive (EU) 2017/2397 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the standards for competences and corresponding knowledge and skills, for the practical examinations, for the approval of simulators and for medical fitness (Text with EEA relevance)

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6. Communication

6.1.The boatmaster shall be able to perform human resources management, be socially responsible, and take care of organisation of workflow and training on board the craft.

The boatmaster shall be able to:

COLUMN 1 COMPETENCE COLUMN 2 KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
1. organise and stimulate teambuilding and coach the crewmembers regarding shipboard duties and, if necessary, take disciplinary measures;
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Knowledge of human resource management.

2.

Ability to give instructions to the crew in an appropriate and professional way.

3.

Ability to explain given instructions to the crew.

4.

Ability to give feedback to the crew about professional and social behaviour on board.

5.

Ability to apply task and workload management, including: planning and coordination, personnel assignment, time and resource constraints, prioritisation.

6.

Ability to recognise and prevent fatigue.

2. instruct crew on information- and communication systems;
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Knowledge of information- and communication systems available on board.

2.

Ability to instruct the crew on the use of the craft’s communication, media and IT systems.

3. collect, save and manage data with regard to data protection laws.
1.

Knowledge of the use of all the craft’s computer systems.

2.

Ability to collect and store data in accordance with applicable legislation.

6.2.The boatmaster shall be able to ensure good communication at all times, which includes the use of standardised communication phrases in situations with communication problems.

The boatmaster shall be able to:

COLUMN 1 COMPETENCE COLUMN 2 KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
1. describe circumstances by using relevant technical and nautical terminology;
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Knowledge of the correct use of relevant technical and nautical terms.

2.

Ability to master communication.

2. retrieve, evaluate and use information with relevance to safety on board as well as nautical-technical issues.
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Knowledge of procedures to follow in all distress, emergency and safety communication.

2.

Ability to use the standard communication phrases.

6.3The boatmaster shall be able to foster a well-balanced and sociable working environment on board.

The boatmaster shall be able to:

COLUMN 1 COMPETENCE COLUMN 2 KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
1. ensure a good social working environment;
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Ability to take the lead in organising team meetings to keep the social atmosphere on board well balanced.

2.

Knowledge and awareness of gender-related and cultural differences.

3.

Knowledge of relevant rules applying to the training and education of students, apprentices and trainees.

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Ability to guide students, apprentices and trainees on various levels.

5.

Ability to apply basic team working principles and practice including conflict management.

2. apply national, European and international social legislation;
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Knowledge of the various national, European and international social laws.

2.

Ability to instruct crew members in using relevant parts of applicable social legislation.

3. follow strict alcohol and drug prohibition and react appropriately in cases of infringement, take responsibility and explain consequences of misbehaviour;
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Knowledge of applicable rules on alcohol and drugs.

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Ability to communicate and ensure compliance with applicable legislation and awareness of company rules concerning alcohol and drugs.

3.

Ability to react appropriately upon violation of legislation or company rules.

4. organise provisioning and preparation of meals on board.
1.

Knowledge of principles of healthy nutrition.

2.

Ability to instruct crew members in planning and preparing meals.

3.

Ability to instruct and supervise crew members regarding hygienic standards.

4.

Ability to instruct crew members in planning purchasing possibilities.

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