Monthly archives for April, 2016

BOD Meets in Hong Kong

NL 56 BOD HK ix directors participated in the very good meeting in Hong Kong on 8 April. Capt Chawla of Anglo-Eastern Univan provided the venue but, on the day of the meeting, he was in New Delhi. He was able to actively participate through online communication and a large screen. Apologies were received from […]

Building GlobalMET

NL 56 Building GMET Capt Rod Short Executive Secretary his year, GlobalME T will have been in existence for 20 years. It was formed at Hong Kong Polytechnic University in September 1996. This was an initiative taken while I was Principal of the Australian Maritime College, with access to the AUD 250,000 provided by the […]

Untangling the Competence Dilemma pt ...

NL 56 Dilemma Capt. Richard Teo FNI FCILT MAICD Figure 5 – Dimensions of assessment and evaluation Competency standards Compiled below are two examples of embedded employability skills for Class 3 Marine Engineers and Master Unlimited. There are eight (8) core skills that must be addressed and embedded in all training programmes. These are:

Can a Pious Entrepreneur Compete in T...

NL56 Pious Capt Sivanadan Vivekanandan Senior Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy The Pious Entrepreneur: The Struggle The struggle between the pursuit of material interest and adherence to moral values is the perennial problem of human existence and to put moral precepts into practice constitutes another central issue in business ethics (Tak, S. C., & Ambrose, Y., […]

Highlight on Copyright and Fair Use i...

NL 56 Iman Fiqrie When developing learning materials, it is important to understand at least the basics of copyright law. Although it varies from country to country, in the United States, copyright of printed matter is governed by Title 17 of the United States Code. Of particular importance to learning developers is fair use, noted […]

Evolution Aspects in the Marine Simul...

Evolution Aspects in the Marine Simulator Domain

NL 56 Prof. Capt Stephen Cross he progress in the electronics industry has strongly influenced the development and application of simulators for specific marine related training objectives. More, and different, types of simulators are becoming available to a wider group of users as a basis for the quality training requirement.

Good Night Malaysia 370

NL 56 Mr. Chong Chee Wah Malaysian Maritime Academy Preface This article was written with the intention of learning from the MH370 disappearance such that we hope that it will not happen to a merchant marine vessel. Most of the facts of the incidents were extracted from the “FACTUAL INFORMATION – SAFETY INVESTIGATION FOR MH370 […]

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