COMPASS

International Comparisons: Examining the Current and Future Capacity of Seafarers
Project Duration
March 2019
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June 2019
Research Priority Area
Maritime Law, Policy and Governance
Project Website

The primary objectives of this project are to:

  • Identify international recruiting, career progression and retention programs;
  • Understand how training aspects are facilitated at the national and local levels by government and other organizations/entities;
  • Examine seafarer certification processes at the international level with a view to identifying best practices; and
  • Examine how foreign seafarers, including underrepresented groups (women and indigenous people), filling market gaps in the domestic markets.
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The primary objectives of this project are to:

  • Identify international recruiting, career progression and retention programs;
  • Understand how training aspects are facilitated at the national and local levels by government and other organizations/entities;
  • Examine seafarer certification processes at the international level with a view to identifying best practices; and
  • Examine how foreign seafarers, including underrepresented groups (women and indigenous people), filling market gaps in the domestic markets.
Contractors
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Principal Investigator
Michael Ekow Manuel
Professor andNippon Foundation Chair, Head, Maritime Education & Training and Head, English and Study Skills Programme
Project Officer
Tafsir Matin Johansson
Associate Research Officer, Global Ocean Institute
Aspasia Pastra
Research Associate