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Nautical Programmes ILOs

1.Knowledge and Understanding
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
A1) Understand the maritime industry from the operational, managerial and economic prespectives.
A2) Recognize the legal and regulatory framework of maritime law and conventions.
A3) Identify Personal and occupational risks.
A4). Describe the special measures to enhance maritime safety and security.
A5) Define the risks facing the maritime environment.
A6) Apply ship operational techniques for the safe operations of merchant ships.
A7) Integrate the management, economic theories and finance to the decision making process
        onboard ships and on shore (maritime organizations).
2.Intellectual Skills
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
B1) Illustrate methods to reduce damage to the maritime environment).
B2) Apply occupational health, safety, and environmental policy.
B3) Interpret overriding authority.
B4) Discover the primary responsibilities of a human resource manager as well as the integration between the HR department and other departments inside a maritime organization.
B5) Discover the Contemporary environmental issues in port & shipping industries
B6) Classify ways to decrease maritime hazards.
B7) Illustrate methods to reduce damage to the maritime environment .
B8) Determine different ways to maintain the safe operation.
B9) Develop the beneficial knowledge regarding various topics underlying Business Finance
          thus presenting the importance of Capital Budgeting, Cash flows concepts, Time Value of
          Money in relation to maritime investments.
3.Professional and Practical skills
At the end of the course, students should be able to::
C1) Asses and compare requirements and recommendations developed by IMO, ILO and   Classification Societies as well as by National Organizations.
C2)  Analyze Output From Risk Assessment.
C3) Illustrate techniques and skills to raise awareness of the environmental protection and the  safety of marine life.
C4) Differentiate between types of vessels and off/onshore operations.
C5) Summarize the basic knowledge of the economics of international ship broking and chartering, explaining the principles and their practical application.
C6) Analyze the impact of understanding the major maritime economics concepts of successful business practices.
C7) Analyze the different inputs to manage the safe operation and marine environmental protection.

4.General and Transferable skills
At the end of the course, students should be able to:
D1) Management system documentation.
D2) Manage nonconforming materials and equipment.
D3) Work in groups and collaborate together in order to improve they skills in collecting data, using internet and computer, communications and presentation. 
D4) Derive the regulations that governs the maritime safety and environmental protection
D5) Conclude lessons learned from cases studies analysis.

 

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