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Training development line of sight: f...

  by William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie Certified Professional in Learning Performance (CPLP) From training development CPLP to line of sight and results his is the second article of My CPLP Journey. This article tries to capture the training development journey as a “line sight” to a destination. Rather than go through some arbitrary straight timeline […]

My CPLP Journey: Guiding principles a...

by William E Hamilton @ Iman Fiqrie Certified Professional in Learning Performance (CPLP) When I originally set out to write this article, I had in mind documenting my journey from the early days of becoming a trainer to achieving what one might consider a significant milestone in the learning and development community; Certified Professional in […]

Adding value to the business: the mod...

NL65 (LCDR USN,ret), CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL   Figure 1. Money Map. Image from business-literacy.com, permission requested ll too often today, the modern learning professional’s role and responsibility is misunderstood. The way I learned it, is if there’s a miscommunication or misunderstanding—it’s the sender’s responsibility to help ensure the message was received correctly. […]

IMO Secretary General, his Excellency...

NL60 IMO Iman Fiqrie@William E Hamilton (LCDR USN,ret), CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL n 10 Aug., 16, His Excellency, IMO Secretary General, Mr. Kitack Lim, came to Malaysian Maritime Academy (MMA) for a visit here in Melaka, Malaysia. We were obviously honoured to have him and tried to make the most of his visit […]

BOD Meets in Hong Kong

NL 56 BOD HK ix directors participated in the very good meeting in Hong Kong on 8 April. Capt Chawla of Anglo-Eastern Univan provided the venue but, on the day of the meeting, he was in New Delhi. He was able to actively participate through online communication and a large screen. Apologies were received from […]

Untangling the Competence Dilemma pt ...

NL 56 Dilemma Capt. Richard Teo FNI FCILT MAICD Figure 5 – Dimensions of assessment and evaluation Competency standards Compiled below are two examples of embedded employability skills for Class 3 Marine Engineers and Master Unlimited. There are eight (8) core skills that must be addressed and embedded in all training programmes. These are:

The United Nations Sustainable Develo...

UN 2030 Goals

NL55 The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 by Iman Fiqrie@William E Hamilton, Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy eems a bit odd to be talking about sustainable development in a maritime article doesn’t it? Actually, not really—just the same, many global citizens and mariners may need to do a little soul searching, rethinking and strengthening of their […]

Asia Maritime Accident Report 2015

Marina Baru 2B

NL55 Asia Accident Report 2015 by Capt Francis Lansakara FNI LLM (specialist maritime law) hen the European Union is trying to find a solution to thousands of maritime casualties from refugee boats, the Asian countries face a different scenario from safety breaches of passenger ferries, specially those cruising within inland and coastal waters. The first […]

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