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Building trust in HELM class at ICT

ICT Instructor and USCG Compliance Officer Troy Pitmon build trust in his Leadership

ICT Instructor and USCG Compliance Officer Troy Pitmon builds trust in his Leadership and Management class.

International Crew Training (ICT) Instructor Capt. Troy Pitmon used the ICT / Yacht Chandlers Facility for a trust building exercise on April 27. Students took turns controlling and docking ICT’s mini-M/Y Lady Ameli. Two students would steer while a third gave instructions.The HELM course stands for Human Elements of Leadership and Management and is required for students obtaining Officer of the Watch (OOW) and Y4 and Y3 Engineering certifications.



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