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Maritime Education and Training: The Malaysia Experience

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  1. 1. Maritime Education and Training Malaysia Experience Prof Dato’ Abd Radzak Abd Malek FCILT President of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Malaysia and CILT International Vice President Dr Kasypi Mokhtar CMILT Assistant Treasurer, CILT Malaysia School of Maritime Business and Management, UMT
  2. 2. Presentation Outline • Introduction • The Importance of MET • MET • Career Opportunity • Issues and Challenges • Conclusion
  3. 3. Maritime Education and Training • Maritime industry provides significant impact for the global economic activity as 80% of global merchandise trade by volume is transported by sea (Prandeka and Zarkos, 2014, Eurobank) • UN (2013) Shipping is the most international of all the world’s major industries and its global character requires global regulations that apply universally to all ships. INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. Maritime Education and Training • Koji Sekimizu (2013) highlights eight pillars of sustainable maritime development; • safety culture and environmental stewardship • energy efficiency • new technology and innovation • maritime education and training (MET) • maritime security and anti-piracy action • maritime traffic management • maritime infrastructure development • global standards INTRODUCTION
  5. 5. Maritime Education and Training • Therefore, MET is backbone for maritime industry in supplying competent and knowledgeable manpower. • The first formal school of MET was established by Infante Henry in 1419 for seafarers, gradually developed and provided enormous talents for shipping industry. INTRODUCTION
  6. 6. The objectives • To assess importance of MET to the maritime industry. • To highlight the issues and challenges face by maritime industry
  7. 7. Maritime Education and Training • Maritime Education and Training (MET) is defined as an educational system which aimed to provide seafarers for merchant vessels. • Then, when the development of shipping industry significantly contributes globally, a new outlook to redefine the concept of MET from a broader perspective is needed. • Modern scenario, the scope of MET are broader such as maritime finance, maritime security, and rare maritime disciplines in shipping markets like maritime archaeology (Dong, 2014) Definition
  8. 8. Maritime Education and Training • Demand in MET superseded supply especially in offshore
  9. 9. Maritime Education and Training • Governments initiative: Concerned by providing adequate infrastructures, facilities, manpower, etc Secretary General IMO Ethimios E Mitropoulos, 2011 • As human element at sea is critical in ensuring safe, secure, clean and efficient operations, it is only feasible to secure, and to preserve, properly qualified human resources for the maritime industries through effective education and training – based on scientific and academic rigor; the development of a clear linkage between practical skills and management techniques; and an unerring focus on quality.” The Importance of MET
  10. 10. Maritime Education and Training • Institutions initiative i.e., in Malaysia (Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Academy Maritime (Alam) etc. • The opportunity for Undergraduates programmes and for Postgraduate and Doctorate programmes.
  11. 11. Maritime Education and Training Role of tertiary education Role of education (Grewal and haugstetter, 2007)
  12. 12. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  13. 13. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  14. 14. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  15. 15. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  16. 16. Maritime Education and Training • Institutions initiative i.e., in Malaysia (Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Academy Maritime (Alam) etc. • The opportunity for Undergraduates programmes and for Postgraduate and Doctorate programmes.
  17. 17. Maritime Education and Training Role of tertiary education Role of education (Grewal and haugstetter, 2007)
  18. 18. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  19. 19. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  20. 20. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  21. 21. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  22. 22. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  23. 23. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  24. 24. Facilities i.e., Simulator, GMDSS. Chart work classroom
  25. 25. • Relevancy of MET • World fleet by number and types 2013
  26. 26. • Relevancy of MET • World fleet by size and age, 2013
  27. 27. Maritime Education and Training Career Opportunity: Maritime Industry Career in Maritime Industry 1 . Maritime Lecturers 2 . Freight Forwarders 3 . Shipping Managers 4 . Cargo Surveyors 5 . Marine Surveyors 6 . Operation Managers 17 . Maritime Lawyers 18 . Marine Insurance Practitioners 19 . Ship Brokers . Maritime Security and Safety Practitioners . Port Managers . Ship Broking . Ship Management . Freight Forwarder . Marine Insurance . Naval Architecture 20 Maritime Administrators 21 Marine Engineers 22 Maritime Business Managers 23 Crew Managers 24 Marine Incidents and Accidents Investigators 25 Surveying 26 Transport and Logistics 27 Maritime Economist 28 Maritime Journalism 29 Lecturing 30 Ship Managers 31 Ship superintendent 32 Harbour Masters 33 Master/Captain 34 On board Crews 35 Marine Environmental Managers 36 Ship Building Engineer
  28. 28. Maritime Education and Training • Offshore: Seafarers career advancement Career Opportunity: Maritime Industry
  29. 29. Maritime Education and Training 34 • Onshore: Education MBA (Maritime Logistics) Modern Port Management Marin Insurance The Law Carriage of Good by Sea Supply Chain and Logistics Management Maritime Logistics Custom and Agent Delivery Career Opportunity: Maritime Industry
  30. 30. Maritime Education and Training 35 • Onshore: Education Career Opportunity: Maritime Industry
  31. 31. • Courses Offered for Undergraduate Maritime Education and Training Shipping Management Terminal Operation Management The Law of Carriage of Goods by Sea Report, Communication and Information Technology .Maritime Security and Safety .Maritime Law .Maritime Insurance .Maritime Management .Freight Forwarding .Ship broking Practice Marine Survey .Port Operations Management .Container system .Carriage of Good by Sea .Marin Insurance .Port and Shipping Management . Logistics and Distribution .Marine Incident and Accident Investigation .Chartering & Ship Broking Practice .Crew Management .International Trade .Marine Engineering .Marine Operations .Ship Superintendence .Naval Architecture .Nautical Science .Marine Cargo Operations .Maritime English .Maritime Conventions .Safety and Security in Marine Operations .Port Design and Engineering .Marketing and Business Development .Finance, Accounting and Budgeting .Port Project Management .Occupational Health and Safety . .Marine Environmental Surveying .Business Planning .Chartering and Ship Broking .Maritime Trade and Transport .International Trade .Shipping and Logistics .Competency and People Management .Customer Relations
  32. 32. Maritime Education and Training Issues and Challenges in MET • Communication skill • Technology • Quality of graduates • Government intervention: policy, infrastructure etc • Amended STCW 1978/2010 • Further research in MET
  33. 33. Maritime Education and Training Conclusion • MET is an important agent in ensuring the growth and sustainability of maritime industry and expand significantly i.e, ship building, seaport expansion, delivery of cargoes etc. • To sustain role of government, international association and stake holder are pivotal. • MET as a backbone of maritime industry can achieve its goal to serve for maritime industry with support from government to stake holder.
  34. 34. THANK YOU The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Malaysia 12D, Block 1, Worldwide Business Centre, Jalan Tinju 13/50, Section 13, 40675 Shah Alam, Selangor. Tel: 03-55105275 Fax: 03-55105489 E: info@cilt-m.com.my The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Malaysia 12D, Block 1, Worldwide Business Centre, Jalan Tinju 13/50, Section 13, 40675 Shah Alam, Selangor. Tel: 03-55105275 Fax: 03-55105489 E: info@cilt-m.com.my

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