NL57 UCD Capt Richard Teo FNI FCILT MAICD Continues from previous issue Employability Skills Delivery of Training Programmes Having discussed some of the principles that govern competency based approach to learning, we now address the key learning process.
NL57 Concepts HPI Iman Fiqrie@William E Hamilton Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy, CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL hange disrupts the status quo…breaks momentum and continuity in organizations, processes and performers…[c] hange shocks… out of a comfortable place…moves one [to] discomfort” (ASTD 2013). Figure 1 – Human Performance Improvement (HPI) Model The Competency Dilemma Revisited Last […]
NL57 HIF by Iman Fiqrie, Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL acilitator Self Check ● Am I giving people equal time? ● Am I helping people feel safe enough to participate? ● Am I helping people who tend to dominate allow other people to speak? ● Am I avoiding choosing sides? […]
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 […]
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 […]
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:
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., […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
NL55 The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 by Iman Fiqrie@William E Hamilton, Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy eems a bit odd to be talking about sustainable development in a maritime article doesn’t it? Actually, not really—just the same, many global citizens and mariners may need to do a little soul searching, rethinking and strengthening of their […]
NL55 Work-Life Balance by Capt Sivanandan he purpose of today’s article is to try and share some thoughts on the work-life balance problem most working people have to deal with in the hopes of shedding some light on a life filled with quality, purpose and sustenance. Work life balance receiving extensive publicity The issue of […]
NL55 Asia Accident Report 2015 by Capt Francis Lansakara FNI LLM (specialist maritime law) hen the European Union is trying to find a solution to thousands of maritime casualties from refugee boats, the Asian countries face a different scenario from safety breaches of passenger ferries, specially those cruising within inland and coastal waters. The first […]
NL 54 Invigilator: AN Unappreciated and Diminishing Role Introducing the invigilator Have you ever encountered a situation on an airplane that the person sitting beside you introduces themselves as an invigilator? Maybe an artist, engineer, researcher, surveyor, doctor, manager, teacher or so many other professions; at ALAM we are often times called to invigilate, can […]
NL 53 Marine Simulators – A Brief Description Figure 1. Liquid Cargo Simulator n GlobalMET Newsletter No. 50, I shared ALAM’s experience with Engine Room Simulators (ERS) from ALAM’s beginnings which included some introductory material on ERS as well. In this newsletter, what I would like to do is to discuss more on Marine Simulator […]
NL 53 What is Competence and or Competency? By Capt. Richard Teo FNI FCILT MAICD n the last issue of this Newsletter, a summary of the Crew Connect 2015 presentation on “Managing the Learning Environment” expressed the views of the audience, prompted by presenters, Paul Russel, Glenys Jackson and Richard Teo. What was most apparent was […]
NL 53 HIGHLIGHT by Iman Fiqrie hings not going so well in your organization? Performance improvement (HPI) an issue? Research indicates that more than 80 percent of performance problems are not caused by a lack of skills or knowledge at the process or organizational level, i.e., training is not required (ASTD). HPI encompasses many things […]
NL 52 GlobalMet and the Living Blue Planet 2015 Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy Bon Fire of the Earth, courtesy of Global Warming. Digital image Facebook The World Climate Change Conference and Living Blue Planet The Living Blue Planet; At the World Climate Change Conference 2015 in Paris on 30 November 2015, Prince Charles was […]
NL 52 Common Classroom Problems am a lecturer at Malaysian Maritime Academy Sdn. Bhd. (Academy Laut Malaysia) and teach Meteorology, Cargo Work, Seamanship and Collision Regulations at Sea. This article suggests that all lecturers have experienced some classroom or other problematic situation before in class.
NL 52 Swapan Das Sarma, Ph.D. President, American Digital University, Inc. 1. our views on current Maritime HR challenges: This will differ from one country to other. For India, the challenge is in the areas of recruitment where the quality standards vary widely across the MET institutions. The other area is the need for timely communication […]
NL 51 Multi-Cultural Education by Capt Sivanandan Vivekanadan Senior Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy he purpose of this article is to share my experiences in multicultural environments in the hopes of facilitating a more civil, multicultural and moral seafaring community that works for the common good of the industry. Multicultural Education and Respect
NL 51 the “F” Word by Capt M H Hamzah, Senior Lecturer Advanced Nautical Studies, Malaysian Maritime Academy ’m not going to my grave with grudges! That is a promise I made to myself upon returning from a funeral of a former shipmate. Ship operations are a team effort. Each and every member contributes to […]
NL 51 UK Chamber peaking at the event, hosted by the International Hydrographic Association, Mr Platten argued that yachting was a vital part of the ‘maritime family’, and how the sector should work evermore closely with the UK Chamber. He said: “We are one maritime family. Whoever you are, whether you own the smallest yacht […]