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Maritime education and training: a practical guide

By: The Nautical Institute.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: England The Nautical Institute 1997Description: 332 p.ISBN: 9781870077415.Subject(s): Merchant marine - Officers - Study and teaching | Study and teaching | Merchant mariners - Training of | Nautical training - schools | Training - shipsDDC classification: 623.87
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Section I. Applying the Concepts of Learning.
Concepts of learning and their application
Concepts, skills and competence in a maritime setting
Group learning and training techniques
The preparation of a lecture
Factors to be considered when developing a curriculum for maritime education and training
Training in the Royal Navy
its management and methodology
Section II. Learning Resources and Educational Technology.
Making the most of learning resources for both college and student
Electronic and multi-media systems and their value in education and training programmes
The development of computer based instructional programs
The use of simulators as tools for training and examining seafarers
The role of the simulaor instructor and the need for instructor qualifications
Managing navigational simulation
The role and use of simulators for bridge resource management training
Training in shiphandling skills
optimising experience, simulation and time on manned models
The use of tactical warfare simulation for naval training
Section III. The Organisation of Education and Training.
Afloat and ashore: where are tomorrow's skills being developed?
The responsibility of a college principal
integrating a maritime college with the maritime environment
Developing company based training and the training of trainers
The training, updating and upgrading of maritime lecturers
Higher education in maritime disciplines
the development of graduate and post graduate programmes
The development and implementation of the 1995 STCW Convention
Translating international maritime training standards into national regulations
Training ship training
Section IV. Fundamentals of Assessment and Evaluation.
An introduction to norm referenced and criterion referenced assessment, marking and grading
Preparing a company training statregy and assessing its effectiveness
The management of seafarers' training by shipping companies through a group training organisation
An introduction to competence based training with a framework for vocational qualifications
The assessment of competence within a maritime vocational training scheme
The role of continuous assessment and use of projects in student development
The development and evaluation of examination systems based on multiple choice criteria
Learning from students
feedback and evaluation
Management training and development in the shipping industry
Section V. Towards specialization.
The role of the educational consultant
Marine pilot training
Training for command
The need for commercial management
Training for new high speed craft services
Language training for non-native English speaking mariners
Training sea and shore staff to meet the requirements of the ISM Code
Guidance on the implementation of IMO Model Courses
The role of research in developing intellectual skills and their application
Self development programmes for seafarers
Aspects of distance education on board
Continuous professional development for maritime educators.

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