Education & Professional Development of Engineers in the Maritime Industry
14 November 2018, London
Partnerships and Innovation in the Delivery of Education and Professional Development
In recent years higher education has seen a growth in the collaborations between institutions to deliver educational and training programmes. The relationships are variously called alliances, consortia, clusters or partnerships. Some such links are between industry and academia, or between organisations that are near neighbours, both partners gaining strength from the complimentary nature of their individual activities. In other cases the collaborative activity can be between similar organisations that are located on opposite sides of the world. By bridging the continental and cultural divides these programmes can attract a greater diversity of students, and ensure that their content has international relevance.
In parallel with this strengthening of collaborative networks, significant developments are being made in the way educational and training programmes are delivered. Imaginative ideas in the organisation of programmes, in modes of delivery, and in the technological infrastructure adopted have resulted in radically new programmes. Some of these innovations have transformed both the activities required of educators, and the learning experiences of students.
These developments in the establishment of networks between institutions, and the innovations in programmes delivery, can be found across the educational and training sectors, including those organisations dedicated to the professional development of engineers in the maritime industries.
Papers to be presented included:
- KEYNOTE: New thinking in Maritime Education and Training by Richard Birmingham, Newcastle University, UK
- Industry-Institute Interaction through Implementation of Long Term Memorandum of Understanding: MoU Based Case Study Between Cochin Shipyard Limited, Kochi and Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi, India by K Sivaprasad, Yashwant R Kamath, Cochin University of Science and Technology, India, Anish S, Thomas Mathew, Cochin Shipyard Limited, India
- Chronological Developments of an International MSc Programme by Arun Kr Dev, Matt Bentley, Newcastle University in Singapore, Singapore
- Education of Future Maritime Professionals by University Collaboration by Jani romanoff, Pentti Kujala, Heikki Remes, Osiris Valdez Banda, Martin Bergstrom, Petri Varsta, Aalto University, Finland, Heikki Koponen, Eero Elorant, Finnish Institute of Technology, Finland
- Learning Shipbuilding CAD/CAM at the Marine Engineering School of the Technical University of Madrid by Jesus A Munoz, Rodrigo Perez, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
- Innovative Use of Lecture Capture Technology in Undergraduate Yacht Design and Postgraduate Ship Design Courses by Jean-Baptiste Souppez, Southampton Solent University, UK
- Ocean Engineering Minor: Use of ROVs for the Teaching of Ocean Engineering by Enrico Anderlini, Nicholas Bradbeer, Catriona Savage, Giles Thomas, University College London, UK
Registration and Payment
|Registration Fee (Inc VAT)||By 15/10/2018||After 15/10/2018|
|RINA members||£200+VAT = £240||£230+VAT = £276|
|Non-members||£230+VAT = £276||£260+VAT = £312|
|Concessions (retired/students, etc)||£135+VAT = £162||£135+VAT = £162|
|Principal Author||£130+VAT = £156||£130+VAT = £156|
|Additional Author||£200+VAT = £240||£200+VAT = £240|
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Attendance at Education and Professional of Engineers in the Maritime Industry Development qualifies as Continuing Professional Development. Delegates to the conference will receive a CPD Certificate