Alina Prylipko

Curriculum Manager Nautical Science, Fleetwood Nautical Campus, Blackpool and the Fylde College (B&FC)
Ukraine
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Alina Prylipko

Curriculum Manager Nautical Science, Fleetwood Nautical Campus, Blackpool and the Fylde College (B&FC)
Ukraine
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Alina Prylipko holds a position of Curriculum Manager Nautical Science in Fleetwood Nautical Campus of Blackpool and The Fylde College (United Kingdom). Alina has over thirteen years professional experience in the maritime industry, of which last nine years she has been working in the area of maritime education, training and certification. She is qualified in international maritime law (LLM) and maritime education and training (MSc) and her areas of expertise are curriculum design and development, management of maritime education and training institution and education for sustainable development.

Prior to joining Fleetwood Nautical Campus, she was working for various governmental agencies in Ukraine, her home country, and later she was involved in research and consultancy on various legal, environmental and social issues all relates to various aspects of sustainable development. She realised the complexity of the topic and its potential in addressing current global issues. Since that time, Alina became passionate about the paradigm of sustainable development and its application in the maritime industry and has been actively engaged in its implementation in Blackpool and The Fylde College.

At her current role Alina is responsible for all further and higher educational programmes leading to deck Officer of the Watch certification. Apart from designing and implementing curriculum Alina is concentrating her efforts on further professional development of cadets through providing opportunities for students to explore wider maritime industry. Alina has worked with her colleagues to facilitate the establishment of Nautical Student Society and reconceptualisation of the Female Forum, which are both student-led association. Alina is a proud wife of a seafarer, which allows her to appreciate wider social context of seafaring career and lifestyle.

Alina Prylipko holds a position of Curriculum Manager Nautical Science in Fleetwood Nautical Campus of Blackpool and The Fylde College (United Kingdom). Alina has over thirteen years professional experience in the maritime industry, of which last nine years she has been working in the area of maritime education, training and certification. She is qualified in international maritime law (LLM) and maritime education and training (MSc) and her areas of expertise are curriculum design and development, management of maritime education and training institution and education for sustainable development.

Prior to joining Fleetwood Nautical Campus, she was working for various governmental agencies in Ukraine, her home country, and later she was involved in research and consultancy on various legal, environmental and social issues all relates to various aspects of sustainable development. She realised the complexity of the topic and its potential in addressing current global issues. Since that time, Alina became passionate about the paradigm of sustainable development and its application in the maritime industry and has been actively engaged in its implementation in Blackpool and The Fylde College.

At her current role Alina is responsible for all further and higher educational programmes leading to deck Officer of the Watch certification. Apart from designing and implementing curriculum Alina is concentrating her efforts on further professional development of cadets through providing opportunities for students to explore wider maritime industry. Alina has worked with her colleagues to facilitate the establishment of Nautical Student Society and reconceptualisation of the Female Forum, which are both student-led association. Alina is a proud wife of a seafarer, which allows her to appreciate wider social context of seafaring career and lifestyle.

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