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Training Tips for Ships

wait will be best spent doing further studying so as not to squander another scarce exam-writing opportunity. Simply said, it will make comprehensive studying their preferable option and the path of least resistance, which is exactly the goal of a sound assessment methodology.About the Author: Murray Goldberg is CEO of Marine Learning Systems which provides software and services to optimize knowledge, skills and behavior in maritime operators. In his former life he was a Computer Science faculty member at the University of BC researching on-line learning and assessment delivery models and their effectiven

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Mariner Assessment: "There's an App for That"

analyzes the data collected and delivers a comprehensive report on individual and team performance. They system also collates all submitted data to give reports that allow for analysis and comparison of skills across multiple departments, vessels and the entire organization.According to Murray Goldberg, CEO of Marine Learning Systems, “although technology has played a big role in improving and advancing the art of maritime training, skills assessment has remained largely the same. There is typically an expert assessor observing the skill, making notes and providing feedback. This leaves

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MarTID '19 Survey: Deadline Extended

As survey responses continue to role in, the deadline for the 2019 Maritime Insights Database (MarTID) annual survey of maritime training practices has been extended to February 28, 2019. Ship owners, Maritime Training institutions and mariners all have a stake in participation, as Murray Goldberg explains.Take the SurveyFor operators: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019MarTIDOperatorFor training institutions: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019MarTIDMETIFor seafarers: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019MarTIDSeafarerThe 2019 Maritime Insights Database (MarTID) annual survey results in annual reports

•Read the 2018 Report: http://digitalmagazines.marinelink.com/NWM/Others/MarTID2018/html5forpc.html

MarTID 2019: Autonomous Operations and the Future Mariner

By Michael Manuel, Associate Professor, Head - Maritime, Education and Training (World Maritime University);Murray Goldberg, President and CEO (Marine Learning Systems); and Greg Trauthwein, Editor & Associate Publisher (New Wave Media)The second annual global Maritime Training Insights Database survey examines the impact of the autonomy trend in maritime operations on the training of future “seafarers”The Maritime Training Insights Database (MarTID) steering group is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of the 2019 MarTID survey, which this year focuses on the trend toward autonomous

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Assessing Skills in the Maritime Industry

is due in January of 2018. Even though this development has been largely based on the insights and expertise of those at the cruise line and their partners, the skills assessor will be available to the industry at large in the hope that the safety of all can benefit.     The Author Murray Goldberg is CEO of Marine Learning Systems (www.MarineLS.com). An eLearning researcher and developer, his software has been used by 14 million people worldwide.     (As published in the January 2018 edition of Marine News

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MarTID: The Global Maritime Training Survey

In a coming edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, we explore modern training and “blended learning” techniques with Murray Goldberg, CEO of Marine Learning Systems, maker of MarineLMS. A researcher and developer of learning management systems, Goldberg’s software has been used by 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

(From Left) Associate Professor, Michael Manuel, WMU; Mr Greg Trauthwein, Vice-President, New Wave Media; Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, President, WMU; Mr Murray Goldberg, CEO, Marine Learning Systems, President of WMU, Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, the CEO of Marine Learning Systems, Mr Murray Goldberg, and the Vice-President of New Wave Media, Mr Greg Trauthwein, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on 29 June at WMU in Malmö, Sweden. (Photo: WMU)

WMU signs MoU with MLS, New Wave Media for Global Survey

that the surveys, their findings and subsequent analyses will result in significant and authoritative insights for the improvement of industry practices and international policy & legislation in this specific area, and the enhancement of global ship operations in general”.  Mr. Murray Goldberg agreeing with Dr. Doumbia-Henry, also stated, “Marine Learning Systems has its roots in research as a basis for implementing best practice training and safety models. At the root of all best practice is data. This is why we are so excited to be partnering with New Wave Media and WMU to

Distance Learning: Continuous Improvement Part 2

can provide insight that is simply not otherwise available. In the March issue of Maritime Reporter and Engineering News, the final article in this series will discuss examples of LMS-enables KPIs and leading indicators which can provide incredible insight into training effectiveness. The Author Murray Goldberg is CEO of Marine Learning Systems (www.MarineLS.com). An eLearning researcher and developer, his software has been used by 14 million people worldwide. (As published in the February 2016 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeReporter)

Murray Goldberg

Maritime Training & Continuous Improvement

edition of Maritime Reporter and Engineering News we turn our attention to specific CI techniques which can be applied to maritime training. To do so, we will look at KPIs that are useful in this environment, and how to gather those KPIs. Until then, happy New Year and keep safe! The Author Murray Goldberg is CEO of Marine Learning Systems (www.MarineLS.com). An eLearning researcher and developer, his software has been used by 14 million people worldwide. (As published in the January 2016 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeReporter

Murray Goldberg

Seagull AS, Marine Learning Systems Partner

means they can access all our training content via their existing learning platform, which is a huge benefit. All Seagull training is of the highest standard covering relevant STCW2010 requirements and other relevant Maritime legislations.” According to Marine Learning Systems CEO Murray Goldberg, “For Seagull cruise and ferry customers, the partnerships means the ability to deploy both Seagull content and their own vessel-specific training content on one LMS. For MarineLMS customers, it means they will be able to select from Seagull’s library of eLearning content for rapid

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