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01_IAMU FROM INFANCY TO MATURATION THROUGH THE LAST DECADE.pdfDownload
02_THE RESEARCH AS A LOCOMOTIVE OF CAPACITY BUILDING AT IAMU MEMBER INSTITUTIONS.pdfDownload
03_MET SYSTEM IN RUSSIAN FEDERATION.pdfDownload
04_THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS ITS IMPACTS ON WOMEN AND MARITIME BUSINESS.pdfDownload
05_QUALITY MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING.pdfDownload
06_THE MET INSTITUTIONS IN THE FOREFRONT TO REALIZE THE IMO MOTTO GO TO SEA CAMPAIGN.pdfDownload
07_THE ROLE OF STATE-OF-THE ART TECHNOLOGIES FOR DEVELOPING A MODERN ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN MARITIME SAFETY AND SECURITY MATTERS.pdfDownload
08_MARITIME SECURITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING EXPANDING THE ROLE OF IMO AND STCW.pdfDownload
09_ON THE PROJECT TO DEVELOP IT-BASED ADVANCED SHIP OPERATION TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR APPLICATION TO MARITIME EDUCATION.pdfDownload
10_THE TRAINING OF EDUCATOR ON MEASUREMENT AND ASSESSMENT WITHIN THE SCOPE OF STCW.pdfDownload
11_THE PHILIPPINE SHIPPING INDUSTRY IN THE MARITIME WORLD.pdfDownload
12_SHIP MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY TO BE REVIEWED.pdfDownload
13_CONTRACT-BASED SEAFARER TRAINING WAYS OF IMPLEMENTATION.pdfDownload
14_PARTICULARITIES OF CADETS PRACTICE INSIDE OF A MULTINATIONAL CREW.pdfDownload
15_MANOEUVRING PREDICTION DISPLAY FOR EFFECTIVE SHIP OPERATION ON-BOARD SHIPS AND FOR TRAINING IN SHIP HANDLING SIMULATORS.pdfDownload
16_HANDS-ON EDUCATION WITH MARITIME IT & AUTOMATION.pdfDownload
17_APPLICATION AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF AISIN KOREA.pdfDownload
18_THE EFFECT OF BILGE GEOMETRIES ON RESISTANCE IN DISPLACEMENT BOATS AND IMPORTANCE FOR THE SHIP INDUSTRY.pdfDownload
19_EVOLUTION IN MARITIME LABOR LAW REMARKS ON MARITIME LABOR CONVENTION 2006.pdfDownload
20_TRAINING OF SEAFARERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION.pdfDownload
21_GRADUATE SKILLS AND WORKPLACE LEARNING ON MARITIME PROGRAMMES AT LJMU.pdfDownload
22_MET AND INDUSTRY - GAPS TO BE BRIDGED.pdfDownload
23_NEW DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETENCIES FOR YOUNGER LECTURERS ACCORDING TO STCW AND TRAINING SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.pdfDownload
24_TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS-A PRECURSOR TO INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION IN MARITIME RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.pdfDownload
25_TRAINING PARADIGM ASSISTED ACCIDENTS ARE WE SETTING OUR STUDENTS UP FOR FAILURE.pdfDownload
26_THE SHANGHAI MASS CONNECTION.pdfDownload
27_TRAINING THE TRAINER FOR CADETS' TRAINING ON BOARD SHIPS.pdfDownload
28_RESPONDING TO GLOBAL HUMANITARIAN CRISES THE ROLE OF THE MARITIME UNIVERSITIES.pdfDownload
29_DETERMINING INTERNAL SOLUTIONS TO BRING MORE VIETNAMESE SEAFARERS TO THE GLOBAL WORLD OF SHIPPING.pdfDownload
30_EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SMS) AN OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE OF THE HUMAN ELEMENT.pdfDownload
31_CREATIVITY FOR THE NEW MARITIME COMMUNITY MARITIME TRAINING IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.pdfDownload
32_THE METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE DECK OFFICERS TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT OF THE TRAINING PROCESS.pdfDownload
33_LIBRARY AFLOAT EDUCATING MARITIME STUDENTS AT SEA THROUGH LIBRARY SERVICES.pdfDownload
34_MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEM IN GEORGIA.pdfDownload
35_THE INTERDISCIPLINARY CURRICULAR MODEL ADAPTATIONS FOR A FLUID FUTURE.pdfDownload
36_RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND PROBABLE FUTURE SCENARIOS CONCERNING SEAFARER LABOUR MARKETS.pdfDownload
37_DEVELOPMENT OF MARITIME TRAINING AND EDUCATION.pdfDownload
38_DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS FOR MARITIME ENGLISH - THE EU LEONARDO MARTEL PROJECT.pdfDownload
39_MARITIME IT & MODERN PIRACY APPLICATIONS IN THE ROLE OF ISC MARINE SIMULATOR.pdfDownload
40_THE FREE MOVEMENT OF SERVICES (AND THE LIBERALISATION OF MARITIME SERVICE SECTOR) IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU) THE LIMITS OF INSTITUTIONAL STEPS FROM ABOVE.pdfDownload
41_EVALUATION OF SERVICE LEVEL OF MAJOR TURKISH CONTAINER PORTS.pdfDownload
42_A STUDY ON PORT COMMUNITY SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN TURKEY.pdfDownload
43_THE OFFICER SHORTAGE HOW THE IMO AND SOME COUNTRIES HAVE ADDRESSED THE ISSUE.pdfDownload
44_FORWARD INTEGRATION A STUDY IN ALTERNATIVE MARITIME EDUCATION TECHNIQUES.pdfDownload