Vocational training of seafarers
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Vocational training of seafarers fifth item on the agenda, Preparatory Technical Maritime Conference, September 1969. by International Labour Office.

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Published by International Labour Office in Geneva .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Merchant mariners.,
  • Employees -- Training of.

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsInternational Labour Organisation., Preparatory Technical Maritime Conference, Genoa, 1969.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD8039.S4 I58 1969
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 102 p. :
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4598039M
LC Control Number77360759

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The basic objectives of policy concerning vocational training of seafarers should be-- (a) to maintain and improve the efficiency of the shipping industry and the professional ability and potential of seafarers, with due regard to the educational needs of the latter and the economic and social interests of .   The education and training of seafarers is an important issue, in order to maintain and develop the level of knowledge and skills in the maritime sector as . Seafarers Discharge Books are used to record the dates of engagement and discharge on board ships and a seafarer may use the discharge book as evidence of sea service. They may also be used by a seafarer to show that they are free to sign on for service on a . Every seafarer on a Dutch ship must have a valid certificate of competency (vaarbevoegdheidsbewijs). Kiwa Register issues this certificate to individuals who meet the requirements in terms of education, experience and physical fitness. Each position has its own requirements. Seaman's book and crew list.

studied: a) possib le and actual career paths of seafarers, b) seafarer man power requirements at sea and in relevant shore - based maritime industries, where information was a vailable, and c). Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers , as amended in and again in , sets those standards, governs the award of certificates and controls watchkeeping arrangements. Its provisions not only apply to seafarers, but also to ship-owners, training establishments and national maritime administrations. seafarer training institutions. 2. Holding qualification certificate for rating from domestic seafarer training institutions. 3. Veteran non-commissioned officers of Navy and offshore boat teams of other military branches with at least one year’s service experience in a deck or engine department. 4. A seafarers’ discharge book may satisfy the requirements of paragraph 1(e) of that Standard. absence from work to attend an approved maritime vocational training course or for such reasons as illness or injury or for maternity should be counted as part of the period of service. , for further training and education of seafarers to.

Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) research has become a recognized and well-defined area of interdisciplinary research. This is the first handbook of its kind that specifically concentrates on research and research methods in TVET. The book’s sections focus on particular. Simon McGrath is the UNESCO Chair in the Political Economy of Education at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, and Extraordinary Professor at the University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South has published on a number of aspects of education-development links, especially at the post-school level. He is researching theories of vocational education and training for human. Seafarers Training Center, Inc. (STC) was founded in , with the compromise in maintaining a safe and secure environment and keeping our oceans clean, is what led (STC), to participate in the training process of seafarers. The worldwide unification of standards of training for all seafarers is regulated by the International Maritime. lives of seafarers have received much less attention, for example, governmental maritime structures, maritime education and training provision, and support for seafarers ' religious and social welfare needs.9 Of the two areas of maritime social history under consideration here, seafarers' education/training is the more neglected.