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Crew training

Shipping has a talent issue to deal with. The role of personnel on board and ashore will need to be redefined both operationally and legally as digitalisation and increasing autonomy start to bed in. At sea, crew welfare and retention remain a priority, while a gender pay gap persists across the industry. This special report highlights the importance of how inviting diversity, providing training and development for the next generation of shipping talent at all levels, and career paths from ship to shore will be critical

Shipping heads hesitantly into a year of uncertainty

Will a period of uncertainty and volatility in 2019 force the industry get back to basics and manage risk more effectively in the coming year?

Annual Outlook Tankers and Gas Dry Bulk

Training and development seen as key to recruitment and retention

Reports of a staffing shortage are greatly exaggerated, although training remains a challenge

Crewing Hapag Lloyd International

The mental strain of working at sea

Stress, anxiety and depression can be all too common among those who spend a long time at sea, away from family and friends; but there is help available

Crewing Containers Dry Bulk

Satisfaction poll finds shipping industry needs to do better

The report surveyed 387 leaders, including 94 women, in a total of 18 countries

Crewing International Containers

Shipping steps up initiative to involve women

The campaign to encourage more women into shipping is transforming from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘need to have’, according to the head of Danish Shipping

Diversity Crewing International
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Managing the transition from sea to shore

Seafarers are trained in technical skills when on board ship, while management looks for soft skills. Moving from one to the other appears much less structured than the industry would like

Crewing Ship operations Safety

Anglo-Eastern in push to embrace digitalisation

Anglo-Eastern believes in adapting its teaching style to any current industry situation; this now involves a major transformation to the digital age as it endeavours to engage the younger generation that will form the crux of future seafarers

Crewing Technology and Innovation India