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MarTID: The Global Maritime Training Survey

millions of people and companies worldwide. Here Goldberg explains the scope and important of a historic new annual survey, The Maritime Training and Insights Database (MarTID) (www.martid.org/survey). Q: Our parent organization, New Wave Media, your organization, and in conjunction with the World Maritime University, earlier this year signed an MOU to create a survey of global maritime training habits and practices, The Maritime Training and Insights Database (MarTID). Please give a brief synopsis of MarTID and its importance to the industry.    Goldberg: I’m very excited about The

EIMA Signs MoU with World Maritime University

Emirates International Maritime Academy (EIMA), has announced the signing of a MoU on academic cooperation with World Maritime University (WMU), an educational agency operating under the auspices of the International Maritime Organization (IMO). This landmark event supports the vison for EIMA which has been established with the objective of becoming the Gulf’s Centre of Excellence for maritime education & is already considered a leading institution in this field.   His Excellency Khamis Juma Buamim, Chairman, Drydocks World & Maritime World said, “We are promoting all

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Education and Training the Theme for World Maritime Day

IMO Secretary-General launches 2015 World Maritime Day theme: “Maritime education and training” at World Maritime University   International Maritime Organization (IMO) Secretary-General Koji Sekimizu has launched this year’s World Maritime Day theme, “Maritime education and training”, telling students and staff at the World Maritime University (WMU) that maritime education and training was essential for the long-term sustainability of the sector, both at sea and on-shore.     The World Maritime Day theme provides a focus for year-round activities while

Martek Bucks the Trend on Gender Divide

.   During 2016 both the BBC and BHP Billiton took steps to ensure that moving forward women make up 50% of their workforce.   While in the marine industry several attempts have been made in recent years to try to increase the number of women in the industry.   In 2014 The World Maritime University (WMU) and IMO published a book to highlight the achievements of women in the maritime sector, concluding the maritime industry needs more women, particularly in leadership roles.   A year later the IMO launched the video “Making Waves: women leaders in the maritime world&rdquo

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World Maritime University Graduates Largest Class

On Sunday, November 2, the Chancellor of the World Maritime University (WMU) and IMO Secretary-General Sekimizu conferred postgraduate degrees on the WMU's Class of 2014. Compiling the largest class in the 31-year history of WMU, 124 students graduated from the Malmö-based M.Sc. program in Maritime Affairs, 47 from the M.Sc. program in Dalian, China, 36 from the M.Sc. program in Shanghai, China, and 19 from the distance-learning Postgraduate Diploma in Marine Insurance. Overall, the graduates represented 49 countries. Each year, students from roughly 50 countries live and study together at

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Expanded World Maritime University Campus Inaugurated

Expanded premises for the World Maritime University (WMU) were inaugurated on Monday, May 19, 2015 in Malmö, Sweden, by IMO Secretary-General and WMU Chancellor Koji Sekimizu.   WMU is an international educational institute for the maritime community, operating under the auspices of IMO. At close to 6,000m2, WMU’s new facility is nearly double the size of the previous Malmö campus. It provides a new auditorium, multiple research laboratories, seminar rooms and video-conferencing capabilities for hosting international conferences. An integrated information system embracing

Bryceon Sumner (Photo: Foss)

Foss Names Sumner CFO

Bryceon Sumner has joined Foss Maritime as chief financial officer, hired to oversee all aspects of the organization's financial function and performance. Sumner brings to the role years of experience gained at a number of organizations ranging from education technology and real estate, to architecture and financial services. Prior to joining Foss, Sumner served as COO and CFO for public and private companies, family offices and as a senior financial officer of a $60 billion government banking insurance fund. Most recently, he was CFO of Academic Partnerships, a Dallas-based educational technology

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New Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Maritime Management

Admissions have now opened for the new Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Maritime Management, offered by the World Maritime University (WMU) in cooperation with DNV GL Maritime Academy. Managers in today’s extremely competitive maritime industry need to cope with ongoing technical, regulatory and commercial developments. They must also be able to anticipate future developments and react in advance. To give participants maximum flexibility, the Postgraduate Diploma is offered as a distance-learning programme, using the latest e-education systems or as an open-enrolment classroom-based learning

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Women in Maritime: New UK Taskforce Established

;I welcome this new taskforce and look forward to its recommendations. The entire maritime sector needs to do much more to address gender imbalance,” said David Dingle, Chair of Maritime UK.   “Just looking at the Merchant Navy, the ITF estimates that women make up only 2 percent of the world’s maritime workforce, and those figures are replicated here in the U.K. too,” Dingle said. “Of the 14,350 officers in our country, only 3 percent are women. Only 4 percent of our technical officers are women. Of the 6,500 engine officers, only 1 percent are women. It means that

Dr. Christopher Clott (Photo: SUNY Maritime College)

SUNY Maritime College Names ABS Chairs

;s Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Timothy G. Lynch, Ph.D.    “The incumbents bring an impressive blend of academic and industry experience that will allow for applied research, intellectual pursuits and high-profile research that incorporates theoretical and real-world applications. We are excited to add them to our world-class faculty and excited about what the future holds,” Dr. Lynch added.   Drs. Burke and Clott will assume their new roles in time for the fall term. Each incumbent will teach a pair of courses each semester, sharing their wisdom

Left to Right: Dr. Nicos Peristianis, President of the Council of the University of Nicosia and Capt Norbert Aschmann, CEO of Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (Photo: BSM)

BSM Partners with University of Nicosia

our excellent training facilities not only provide career development internally for our own personnel, but also benefit the next generation of seafarers who will undergo their academic training through the Maritime Academy. “Over the years, BSM has made considerable investment into building a world class training facility on the island to support the professional development of its own seafarers, as well as the local maritime community; which continues this year with the installation of advanced Kongsberg Full Mission Bridge and Engine Simulators.&rdquo

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How Can the Marine Industry Counteract Its Aging Workforce?

. The U.K. Department for Transport (DFT) predicts a shortfall of around 3,500 deck and engineering officers by 2021 in the U.K. alone, and the BIMCO / ICS Manpower Report predicts the global shortfall of 147,500 officers by 2025.   The maritime industry used to be popular as a way to see the world while working, but increased societal and global mobility means that it’s simple to travel for leisure rather from work, and globalization means that opportunities to travel via work are much easier attained – even if you technically work an office job.   It’s not just seafaring

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Andhra Signs MoU with Russian Maritime Varsity

 The Indian state of Andhra Pradesh (AP) Andhra Pradesh will soon have a world class maritime university.   AP has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Russia's State Marine Technical University to promote marine education and technology.   The agreement was signed at the port city of St. Petersburg on the first day of AP Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu's visit to Russia on Wednesday. The Chief Minister held consultations with the heads of the university during his tour.   The representatives of the university have also signed an MoU with the Andhra Pradesh

HMS Global Maritime Welcomes Allen Naugle as Director  of Safety Quality and Environment

Allen Naugle Joins HMS Global Maritime

security support to multiple U.S. Air Force bases as well as management of several branches, staff and budgets. Allen retired as a Lt. Col. from the U.S. Air Force in 2007 where he was highly involved in implementation and sustainability of potable water and waste systems for operations around the world along with bioenvironmental engineering projects. Allen received a Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering from Louisiana State University and a Master of Engineering, Environmental Engineering Sciences from the University of Florida. Additionally, he attended Squadron Officer School, Air Command

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Sea IT Welcomes New Recruits

from the maritime sector and has welcomed John Olsson and Jonathan Puonti, two technical specialists to the team. Olsson has studied at Chalmers University of Gothenburg in Sweden and holds a wide array of maritime certificates. He has served several years working for shipping companies around the world in different positions. From his maritime career, Olsson has expertise in technical integrations including C and Ku-band, Vsat, TV, communication, radio and navigation equipment from suppliers such as Seatel, Jotron, Intellian, Sailor, STM, Idirect, Comtech, JRC and Iridium. He recently held a technical

Marine Services Capt. Nalin Pandey

Indian Merchant Navy Roadshow Targets University Cities

;s apex shipping trade body - Maritime Association of Shipowners, Shipmanagers and Agents (MASSA).   MTRF Chairman Captain Nalin Pandey said the series of skill development initiatives will promote the nation’s merchant navy as a lucrative career option among young students in one of the world’s fastest emerging nations.   “The proposed road shows, in association with various Indian universities, are aimed at spreading awareness about merchant navy in the country. By 2020, 64pc of India’s population is likely to be under the age bracket 18-30. India will be youngest

Alexis Miller, Danielle Leahy and Kaitlin Badgett (Photo: Canaveral Port Authority)

Canaveral Port Authority Welcomes Summer Interns

Three college students will spend this summer working with Canaveral Port Authority as interns in Cargo Business Development, Environmental Plans & Programs, and Engineering. From June 8 until August 6, the students will support the day-to-day activities of operating Port Canaveral, the world’s second busiest cruise port and central Florida’s marine gateway into the global marketplace. The interns are: Kaitlin Badgett of Cocoa, a senior majoring in Biology with an emphasis in Coastal Environmental Science at the University of North Florida; Danielle Leahy of Cocoa Beach

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