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Energy Ports Oil-Gas-LNG

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TRAINING & EDUCATION a change in generations coupled with poor succession plan- “The sector is entering ning has resulted in a lack of senior people, particularly ship superintendents.

what has been dubbed

The end result of these tectonic movements is a lack of person- nel and insuffcient skills which are not keeping pace with the

Maritime 4.0, including the transformation of the industry. emergence of autonomous

Closing the skills and training gaps

At the recent London International Shipping Week confer- ships, “connected” ports ence, Baroness Scotland, the Secretary-General of the Com- and harbors, and the monwealth of Nations, emphasized that the most effective form of investment is in human capital, as that differentiates growth of alternative fuels the best-performing organizations across the globe. Howev- er, global research conducted by Lloyd’s Maritime Academy and green ship technology. (LMA) has revealed that over 41% of professionals from the maritime industry still receive no funding from within their

These are developments business for training. This statistic highlights the need for which have not been around for long and making sure personnel are kept on top of these rapid advancements is a major challenge.” 28 Maritime Logistics Professional September/October 2019 | |

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