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MarTID 2019: Maritime Training Trends Report Available
As announced earlier this summer, re- internet-base e-learning, the results were Having said that, this year METIs of vessel operators), and somewhat less sults from the second annual Maritime relatively consistent with those from were somewhat more likely to report likely to report “medium” use of these
Training Insights Database (MarTID) vessel operators, and with the results high use of these training techniques techniques (37% and 31%, respectively, 2019 have been released, and training from last year’s data. (21% of METIs compared to 12% - 16% compared to 52% and 48% of operators). budgets – both money spent by compa- nies and mariners themselves – contin- ues to rise. The results of the survey are freely available on the link below.
Training Models & Tools
According to MarTID 2019, for vessel operators traditional classroom teaching and job shadowing remain the most fre- quently used training methods for opera- tors, with over third of the respondents reporting high usage. This is relatively unchanged from last year’s survey re- sults.
Around 68% of operators indicated high to medium use of e-learning with video sources, and approximately 60% report the same for online e-learning.
While the previous year’s MarTID re- port surveyed all types of organizations, these percentages are very similar to last year’s numbers (70% and 60% respec- tively).
Interestingly, all vessel operators sur- veyed reported at least some use of inter- net-based e-learning usage.
For Maritime Training & Education
Institutions (METIs), as expected in- person classroom teaching and simulator training are the most highly used training methods.
Table-top exercises were also reported to be moderately used by nearly half of the surveyed institutions. For video and
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