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Volume 137, 2022XI International Conference on Aerospace Education and Staffing for High-Tech Enterprises (AESHE 2021)
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Features of training of marine ship radio specialists
Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Education “Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping”, 5/7, Dvinskaya st., Saint-Petersburg, 198035, Russia
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The article discusses the features of training radio specialists for sea transport, taking into account international and national requirements for the qualifications of seafarers. It is emphasized that only persons who have diplomas and qualification certificates of the established form are allowed to occupy the positions of ship’s crew members. As part of the study, qualification documents were systematized for a GMDSS limited area operator, GMDSS operator, GMDSS second class radio electronics, radiotelephone operator and GMDSS first class radio electronics. The areas, types and tasks of the professional activity of the graduates of the educational program “Radio communication and electrical radio navigation of the marine fleet” have been determined. Among the main objects of professional activity, radio-electronic equipment on ships and coastal centers of sea and water transport is highlighted. It was emphasized that the results of training specialists are assessed by the acquired universal, general professional and professional competencies, i.e. the ability to apply knowledge, skills and personal qualities in accordance with the tasks of professional activity. The article examines modern trends in determining the quality of education by using internal and external assessments. It is concluded that the training of radio specialists for maritime transport in modern conditions is of great importance, especially taking into account the development of transportation along the Northern Sea Route and the industrial development of the Arctic. At the same time, the defining condition is the inclusion of international and national requirements in the educational process, then graduates in the field of radio communication and electric radio navigation of the marine fleet will be in demand in the Russian and foreign freight market.
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