|Larisa Yeroshkina (“Shipping”)|
New technologies that are rapidly gaining the authority in the shipping industry are stimulating the education sector to modernize traditional training programs. The Nautical Institute (NI) is also actively moving in this direction.
NI President – Captain Nick Nash FNI and Vice President of the Institute – Captain Duncan McKelvie FNI told the Shipping magazine about the conditions under which seafarers from Ukraine will be in demand in the world’s shipping in 5 and and in 25 years period.
Members of the Nautical Institute (NI) live in 126 countries, and the Institute itself has more than 55 branches around the world. In Ukraine, the branch NI has been operating on the basis of the National University “Odessa Maritime Academy “ (NU “OMA”) since 2000. The honorary secretary of NI is Professor of Odessa Maritime Academy Vladimir Torskiy FNI.
The participation of representatives of the head office in the international forum «Education, Training and Employment of Seafarers (ETC), which conducts annually by NU “OMA” in the sea capital of Ukraine – Odessa, has become a good tradition yet.
Seafarers should study continually