June 20, 2020 - In the last decade, the Faculty of Maritime Studies of the University of Montenegro has implemented 40 national, bilateral, international, and economic projects.
UPDATE: Refloated late Jun 19 or early Jun 20, taken back to Montreal, berthed. As of 0700 UTC Jun 21, remained berthed.
After weeks of hard work and careful planning, Stream Marine Training (SMT) re-opened for business on 1st June offering a blended digital and classroom based range of STCW safety critical courses to support the maritime industry’s key-workers.
OceanWise has introduced a new course for marine professionals, “Introduction to Change Management” that helps professionals to develop a greater understanding of change, how it affects the individual and the organisation.
BIMCO, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and Ocean Technologies Group subsidiary Videotel have partnered to create a high-quality, accessible educational resource to help maritime students across the globe to continue their studies remotely during the coronavirus pandemic
The NIF’s vision is to be recognised by key industry stakeholders as a leading organisation in funding capacity-building solutions for the wider maritime community
The COVID 19 pandemic and the operational disruption it has caused to the process of scheduled crew changes has subjected seafarers to increased levels of stress and anxiety.
Caps and Partners Inc. (CAPS), a policy think tank, is alarmed over the future of the Filipino seafarers who are facing a “double whammy” due to the adverse effects of COVID-19 on the global maritime industry and the uncertain findings of the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) audit.
Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL group) and Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping (Admiral Makarov SUMIS) have reached an agreement to create a branded class at the University, intended for seafarers training and professional development, Admiral Makarov SUMIS says in a press release.
“Seafarers: at the core of shippingʹs future” has been selected as the World Maritime theme for 2021, reflecting a clear need to raise awareness of seafarersʹ vital role in world trade and increase their visibility.
Solis Marine Consultants is introducing a series of tailored webinars over the summer and autumn period, providing expert technical content to marine insurers, lawyers, ship owners and managers on a range of global topics.