Wednesday 26th Sep, 2018
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AMC and South Metro TAFE partner on shipbuilding training

Two educational institutions are doing their bit to boost maritime skills

V.Group is looking to boost the skills of its crew

Project ‘Embark’ seeks to improve crewing experience

V.Group hopes to better train and improve the skills of its crews

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Defence calls for information on marine services program

The program includes services such as tugs, harbour refuelling, personnel transfer and more

Photo: AMC

Engineering students test boat designs

Clever engineering students from AMC are preparing to test their boat design skills in France

Image: Geoscience Australia

Workshop to explain changes to Australia’s maritime safety system

Keeping commercial vessels safe and in compliance with new regulations is the purpose of a special workshop

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DCN Directory up and running

The Directory is your one-stop-shop for contacts and more for anyone and everyone in the Australian maritime industry

Svitzer chief commercial officer Ivan Spanjic, Maersk Line Australia sales director and country manager My Therese Blank and Hutchison Ports Australia CEO John Willy. Ian Ackerman/DCN

Industry figures discuss the technology and careers at YSA breakfast

Leaders from Maersk, Svitzer and Hutchison tackled some of the big issues at a recent Young Shipping Australia breakfast

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Future-proofing the nation’s strategic maritime skills

Australia’s capacity to participate in global trade and meet safety and environmental standards is reliant upon professional shipping expertise, writes Teresa Lloyd*