Rusling, SC; Bucknall, RWG; (2006) Educating naval engineers - A challenge for academia and industry alike. In: Education, Training & Continuing Professional Development of Marine Engineers in the Maritime Industry. (pp. 59 - 65). ROYAL INST NAVAL ARCHITECTS
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The design, construction and in-service support of advanced marine vehicles require a wide portfolio of knowledge, skills and competences. Whilst training can be acquired on the job, the ability to work effectively in such an environment from the very outset requires a firm educational base. The requirements for this educational base are discussed and the need for specific courses for naval architects, marine engineers and combat system engineers are developed. A case is made for the central role played by ship and submarine design activities at the heart of such an educational base and possible methods of delivery are discussed by reference to the current courses at UCL. Finally, future challenges facing both academia and industry in ensuring an adequate supply of well educated engineers are postulated and some possible solutions highlighted.
|Title:||Educating naval engineers - A challenge for academia and industry alike|
|Event:||International Forum on Education, Training and Continuing Professional Development of Engineers in the Maritime Industry|
|Dates:||2006-05-23 - 2006-05-24|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Mechanical Engineering|
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