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Assessment of quality of training and education of seafarers in South Africa and Ghana


Year: 2015
Language: english
Author: Mafemani Tiyisa Henry Maringa
Genre: Другое
Publisher: World Maritime University
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Number of pages: 86
Description: A dissertation for the award of the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE In MARITIME AFFAIRS (MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING)

Contents

TABLE OF CONTENT
Content Page
Declaration ii
Acknowledgement iii
Abstract iv
Table of content v
List of Tables vix
List of figures x
List of abbreviations xi
CHAPTER ONE
1.0 Background of the Study 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Problem Statement 2
1.3 Main Objective 3
1.4 Sub-Objective 3
1.5 Research Questions 3
1.6 Operational Definition of quality MET and Centre of Excellence 4
1.6.1 Definition of Quality MET 4
1.6.2 Center of Excellence 5
1.7 Scope and justification of the thesis 5
1.8 Structure of the thesis 6
CHAPTER TWO
2.0 Research Methodology 7
2.1 Introduction 7
2.2 Data Sources 7
2.3 Qualitative Research Method 8
2.4 Target Group 9
2.5 Geographic Location of Ghana and South Africa 9
2.6 Participant Selection 11
2.7 Qualitative Research Technique 11
2.7.1 Face to Face in Depth Interview 11
2.7.2 Google Docs Forms 12
2.7.3 Google Docs Forms Data Analysis 13
2.7.4 Email Respondents 13
2.8 Data Collection Seafarer 14
2.9 Participants Turnout for Interview 15
2.10 Identification and Establishment of Contact with Participants 17
2.11 Interview Questions 17
2.12 Ethical consideration 21
2.12.1 Voluntary Consent 21
2.12.2 Protection from Harm 22
2.12.3 Ensure Privacy 22
2.13 Limitations 23
CHAPTER THREE
3.0 Literature Review 25
3.1 Introduction 25
3.2 Provisions of the STCW on MET 25
3.3 Impacts of the STCW on Seafarer Education and Training 28
3.4 The development of MET 30
3.5 MET Challenges and Way forward 34
3.6 MET in Africa 36
3.7 MET in Ghana 38
3.8 MET in South Africa 39
3.9 Gaps in Literature on MET in Africa 41
CHAPTER FOUR
4.0 Analysis - Quality of MET in Africa 42
4.1 Introduction 42
4.2 Assessing Methods of Instruction in MET Institutions in
Ghana and South Africa 42
4.3 Impact of Training Seafarers Receive in their Line of Work 46
4.4 Problems Hindering the Attainment of Quality Training
and Education of Seafarers 49
4.5 Enhancing Maritime Education and Training in South Africa and Ghana 53
CHAPTER FIVE
5.0 CONCLUSION 57
5.1 Introduction 57
5.2 Summary of Findings 57
5.3 Recommendations 61
References 63
Appendix 68

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