Worldwide there are approximately 3,000 merchant ports and the work of the Harbour Master can vary widely from country to country and from port to port even within the same country.
Profiling the seafarer of the future - essential knowledge, essential networking
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CrewConnect Europe is stepping out of the bounds of the traditional manning and training events and will gather over 150 crewing industry professionals to tackle some of the most forward-looking themes, turning to operators, researchers, regulators and analysts to discuss:
The seafarer of the future, 21st century learning & skills, total talent management, design thinking, seafarer driven technology, change management, regulations, competency management, safety culture, navigational audits, automation, knowledge retention, controlled disruption, the future marine HR architecture, and much more!
This year featuring CruiseConnect Summit - the first and only event dedicated to manning and training for the cruise industry, where influential industry speakers representing the largest operators, associations and regulators will address key issues around recruitment, retention and training of your crews.
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It was reported from Cape Town towards the end of May that South Africa is emerging as a hub of training in marine aids to navigation (AtoNs) for other developing countries keen to establish their maritime transport sector as a safe, secure and environmentally sound pillar of socio-economic growth. This was clear from an address by David Gordon, Executive Manager: Lighthouse and Navigational Systems (LNS) of Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) at the Pre-Conference Forum of the 19th IALA Conference in Incheon, Republic of Korea on 26 May.
More than 500 delegates attended the 19th IALA Conference which was held in the port city of Incheon, Republic of Korea, from 26 May to 2 June 2018.
A total of 94 technical presentations were made in 13 technical sessions and two special sessions over four days, and Conference participants were able to see and discuss the latest developments in aids to navigation and VTS technology in the large industrial exhibition, where a record number of IALA Industrial Members exhibited.
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