ALERT — ISSUE 33 — EDUCATION & TRAINING
|Publisher||LR & The Nautical Institute|
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Another issue of the international bulletin exploring the behavior of human beings at sea. The booklet opens with the article of one accident that took place at sea but could actually have been avoided. In the sixth issue of the bulletin the Education has been termed as the gradual process of acquiring the professional knowledge through instruction and continuous learning as well as the development of the important personal attributes by unbringing and also gaining all required knowledge from the textbooks.
In everything people do there are training and education elements presented, especially when we address the role played by the human element in provision of safety of life at sea, recognition and development of the human resources and safety culture. The content of the present issue continues the topics explored within the issues nos. 6, 20 and 29 devoted to the competent people, education, training and career development, and maritime educators and instructors.
Have a look in this booklet of you have some interest in the human element and how it affects safety of people and vessels at sea. There is some information that will be of interest for the people from the industry.
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