Resolución de 26 de febrero de 2014, de la Dirección General de la Marina Mercante, por la que se homologa la Escuela Náutica Baleares, SL para impartir cursos

Efectuada solicitud de homologación por la Escuela Náutica Baleares, S.L., para impartir los cursos de formación básica en protección marítima, vista la documentación aportada y el informe de la Capitanía Marítima de Valencia y de conformidad con lo dispuesto en el Convenio STCW 1978 enmendado por la Conferencia de Manila de 2010, y la Directiva 2012/35 UE del Parlamento Europeo y la Directiva 208/106/CE relativa al nivel mínimo de formación de las profesiones marítimas,

Esta Dirección General ha resuelto:

Primero.

Homologar la Escuela Náutica Baleares, S.L., para impartir los cursos de certificado de especialidad de:

Formación básica en protección marítima.

Segundo.

Esta homologación tendrá validez por dos años, a partir de la fecha de su publicación en el «Boletín Oficial del Estado», pudiéndose prorrogar

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Técnico en Operaciones Subacuáticas e Hiperbáricas

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18/03/2014
 
 

Decreto 198/2013, de 27 de diciembre, por el que se establece el currículo del ciclo formativo de grado medio correspondiente al título de técnico en Operaciones Subacuáticas e Hiperbáricas (DOG de 17 de marzo de 2014). Texto completo.

DECRETO 198/2013, DE 27 DE DICIEMBRE, POR EL QUE SE ESTABLECE EL CURRÍCULO DEL CICLO FORMATIVO DE GRADO MEDIO CORRESPONDIENTE AL TÍTULO DE TÉCNICO EN OPERACIONES SUBACUÁTICAS E HIPERBÁRICAS.

 

El Estatuto de autonomía de Galicia, en su artículo 31, determina que es de la competencia plena de la Comunidad Autónoma gallega la regulación y la administración de la enseñanza en toda su extensión, niveles y grados, modalidades y especialidades, en el ámbito de sus competencias, sin perjuicio

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Competence requirements of Future Mariner - GlobalMET

 
 
Mar 17, 2014, 4:43PM EST
 
GlobalMET considers knowledge, training, skill; experience and professional attitude as factors that could help mariners play a productive role and adhere to a safer and secure course   

Divergent views were expressed on the ‘Competence requirements of Future Mariners’ at the GlobalMET Annual Conference held this year last week. At one extreme was the possibility of seafaring profession becoming extinct with automation taking total control of shipping leaving little scope for mariners to operate ships. This according to A. K. Gupta, CMD of Shipping Corporation of India, who was the guest of honor, could take place by around 2050. “Be prepared there could be unmanned ships by then,” he said. In his address

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New Alliance to Develop Advanced e-Maritime Systems

 

    Tuesday, March 18, 2014

An alliance between France's Orolia, and Transas Group, leaders in maritime  simulation, navigation and surveillance systems, aims to integrate Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) and Search and Rescue (SAR) functionality into enhanced marine communication solutions.

The primary focus of the agreement is on joint market and solution development for the maritime industry including:

  • Creating Advanced SAR-enhanced MDA Systems.Adding McMurdo Group’s proven beacon technology and COSPAS-SARSAT/MESOAR satellite-based solutions (including mission control and rescue coordination centers) to Transas’ world-leading vessel traffic management, training and 3D simulation systems can result in higher levels of navigational and safety proficiency. These new offerings will fully integrate emergency preparedness, risk detection, crisis response and emergency operations for activities such as commercial fishing, illegal immigration control and

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"GO TO SEA!" CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED AT IMO TO ATTRACT ENTRANTS TO THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY

A campaign to address the global shortage of seafarers, especially officers, which threatens the very future of the international shipping industry, has been launched by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in association with the International Labour Organization, the "Round Table" of shipping organizations - BIMCO, ICS/ISF, INTERCARGO and INTERTANKO1 - and the International Transport Workers´ Federation.


The campaign calls on governments, industry and IMO, supported by ILO and other international organizations, to take specific actions, within their areas of influence, to increase the recruitment of seafarers to tackle the problem.
A recent report issued by maritime industry analysts Drewry Shipping Consultants assessed the current shortfall of officers in the global shipping fleet to be some 34,000, against a total requirement of 498,000. Moreover, based on Drewry´s

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