Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

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Here you can browse through our online database library, containing articles, papers and industry reference material.

  • HE01080 - Industry Recommendations for ECDIS Training

    HE01080 - Industry Recommendations for ECDIS Training

    By The Nautical Institute et al.

    Industry recommendations for ECDIS training

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    Publish date: 2/01/2012

  • HE01075 - Quality teaching for maritime students - An ongoing challenge?

    HE01075 - Quality teaching for maritime students - An ongoing challenge?

    By Dipl. Ing. Stefan Rother, Flensburg Maritime College, Germany

    The challenges facing teachers in maritime colleges are assessed and the changing requirements examined.

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    Publish date: 19/12/2011

  • HE01070 - The qualities of a trainer

    HE01070 - The qualities of a trainer

    By Paul Russell, Marine Education specialist

    The essential aspects of the trainer's role are examined, including thorough preparation, involving auditory, visual and kinaesthetic stimulation, and moving from the known to the unknown.

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    Publish date: 19/12/2011

  • HE01060 - On Being a Maritime Lecturer

    HE01060 - On Being a Maritime Lecturer

    By Claire Pekcan, Senior Lecturer, Warsash Maritime Academy

    The implications for maritime lecturers of the move from further to higher education, away from acquisition of technical skills to active engagement of students, are assessed.

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    Publish date: 28/11/2011

  • HE01040 - FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE IN BRIDGE AND ENGINE CONTROL ROOM WATCHKEEPING ON A 6 ON / 6 OFF WATCH REGIME

    HE01040 - FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE IN BRIDGE AND ENGINE CONTROL ROOM WATCHKEEPING ON A 6 ON / 6 OFF WATCH REGIME

    By P Maurier and P Corrignan, M Barnett, D Gatfield, C Pekcan and G Clark, T Akerstedt

    This paper describes the European funded HORIZON research project that seeks to investigate the problem of seafarer reliability, and to deliver measures that will help alleviate the safety hazards caused by fatigue.

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    Publish date: 17/11/2011