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Digital Skills I

Learning objectives
The report on future skills concludes that the maritime professionals (both seagoing and shore-based) need an in-depth understanding of the sophisticated systems onboard.
The course aims to provide maritime professionals with the knowledge and skills required to use information infrastructure on board modern ships.
The maritime professional will be able to assess available data and be able to act upon this data.

The learning objectives focus on knowledge and skills related to:
a) structure, components, and essential maintenance of the shipboard network,
b) operation and use of different onboard sensors connected to the shipboard network,
c) nature and quality of shipboard generated data.
Target group
This course targets any maritime professional at the STCW operational level (or currently undergoing training to achieve this level), e.g. a junior officer or cadet interested in upgrading or improving his/her digital knowledge and skills.
Entry requirement
Participants' minimum competence requirements to successfully follow this educational package is a national equivalent of EQF level 4 - 5.
The suggested duration of this course is 21 hours spread over a four-week period.
The student should expect 21 hours of study, e.g. self-study by e-learning, directed study in a classroom and/or blended learning environment.
Provision should be made as appropriate for on board learners.
Diagnostic assessment will be used in advance, and quizzes will be used to scaffold learning (formative assessment) throughout, with a final quiz at the end (summative assessment).
  • Course description  pdf icon  wordlogo
  • Data Monitoring and Effective Communication pdf icon
  • Session 2 - Basic Network Principles pdf icon
  • Session 3 - Evolutions in Ship Operations pdf icon
  • Session 4 - Network Protocols and Hardware pdf icon
  • Session 5 - Shipboard Data Sharing pdf icon
  • Session 6 - Support Material pdf icon
  • Session 7 Support Material pdf icon
  • Session 10 Support material pdf icon
  • Session 11 Support materialpdf icon

This project has received funding from the European Union's Erasmus+ programme under grant agreement 2018 – 3387/ 001- 001 (Project number 601186)

"The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein".

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