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The Learning Process On Maritime Technology And The Equivalency Between Onboard And Simulator Training

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/MT010091

Volume

53

Pages

10

Published

2001

Size

809 kb

Author(s)

H. Kobayashi, Y. Arai, M. Endo, S. Murata, T. Takemoto, S. Toya, H. Mizuno, M. Endo and S. Senda

Abstract

The learning process on maritime technology and the equivalency between onboard and simulator training H. Kobayashi*, Y. Arai^, M. Endo\ S. Murata\ T. Takemoto^, S. Toya\ H. Mizuno*, M. Endo* & S. Senda^ ''Tokyo University of Mercantile Marine, Japan ^Marine Technical College, Japan *Toyama National College of Maritime Technology, Japan ^Institute for Sea Training Ministry of Transport, Japan ^Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Japan ^Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd, Japan Abstract Maritime education and training using ship handling simulator has been carried out in many countries and evaluated effective methods for bringing up the ability on ship handling techniques. Nevertheless MET using ship handling simulator has not been accepted as official training process in stead of onboard training mainly because the effectiveness is not verified quantitatively. The Ship-handling Simulator Research Forum in Japan have proposed the new training system and also proceeded to the discussi

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