In a first for the industry, the international maritime charity Sailors’ Society is launching a series of global wellness and mental health conferences designed exclusively for maritime school students.
Wärtsilä Voyage launches Smart Realities – a cost-effective, easily scalable, and fully immersive extended reality (XR) training and assessment solution for ship handling, bridge and marine engineering applications that allow mariners to develop their skills.
Post graduation after marine engineering can open new doors of opportunities both at sea and shore. We have compiled an extensive list of post graduation courses which one can pursue for further studies after a bachelor degree in marine engineering/naval technology.
Specialized training services delivered remotely will provide flexible option for enhancing Process Safety, Root Cause Analysis and Cyber Security practices
Maritime industry is doing its best to keep up with the pace of the changing technology and environmental regulations. The young generation joining the field should be given the best training before they step in. Find out 4 areas maritime education and research industry should consider without fail.
For a civilisation that depends on shipping in order to survive, surely training the next generation of seafarers would be high on the industry’s agenda.
The demand for online maritime courses is gradually increasing. With increasing requirement for maritime training, a few maritime companies and institutes have started providing maritime course online. We bring to you top five online maritime courses providers.
Continuous deterioration in quality of maritime training in India is seriously affecting future prospects of both the seafarers and the shipping industry. Find out why the maritime education system in India needs an urgent facelift.
The ITF Seafarers’ Trust and the World Maritime University have announced a new seafarer welfare training programme designed to equip maritime professionals with key skills and knowledge to support the welfare of seafarers.
Although praised as one of the noblest of professions, the teaching field, at least as far as Mariners were concerned, was not the first choice, for many an anxious ‘shore-bound’ mariner, with his weather eye open for suitable employment, of a more settled nature. Continue reading inside…