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The STCW Manila Amendments and its Challenges to the Far East
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The STCW Manila Amendments and its Challenges to the Far East
Chae, Chong-Ju;
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 Abstract
The comprehensive review of the STCW 1978, as amended in 1995 and associated Code was carried out from 2006 to 2010. These amendments will have a certain degree of impact on Maritime Education and Training(MET) institutes in terms of education and training of seafarer worldwide. Particularly, the Far East region countries are effected more than other regions since they covered about 30% of officers and 37% ratings in the world. In view of these facts this dissertation conceived to analyze the problems in the Far East main seafarer supply countries faced the implementation of "STCW Manila Amendments" To analyze these problems, this dissertation carried out questionnaire research to 7 targeted main MET of major Far East seafarer supply countries. After research this dissertation suggests the possible solutions such as, Joint On-Board Training Center; Joint Asia Maritime E-learning Systems; methods to reducing work-load, ship inspection burden and determine mandatory minimum safety manning standards in a safe way; technical cooperation fund to installation of training equipment; and clarify vague terminology of STCW Manila Amendments, to solve problems identified through the questionnaires.
 Keywords
STCW Manila amendments;MET;implementation;far east region;possible solutions;seafarers;challenges comply with STCW;Joint On-Board Training Center;Joint Asia Maritime E-learning Systems;safety manning;
 Language
English
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