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  • Gudelj, Anita; Boljat, Helena Ukić; Slišković, Merica (Scientific Journals Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademia Morska w Szczecinie, )
    In June 2015 at the University of Split, Faculty of Maritime Studies, the project “Maritime Management for the 21st Century” started. The implementation of this project intended to promote the recognisability of the profession and qualifications in the field of maritime management on the labour market. One of the main objectives was to develop relations with the sector’s major employers through improving the quality of education by developing qualification standards and implementation of the Croatian Qualification Framework by upgrading the Maritime Management curriculum. The transparency and interoperability of data about qualification standards which give a clear definition of learning outcomes are of high importance for both the education sector and the sector’s major employers. This will help graduates to seek jobs matching their qualifications, to change jobs or to move between countries. Also, this solution will meet the demands of employers. In order to achieve this goal, the information about learning outcomes achieved by learners and units needs to be captured, managed and exchanged in common formats. This paper proposes a semantic model of the database for publishing qualification standards and developed categories of learning outcomes for standards in maritime management qualifications.
  • Boljat, Helena Ukić; Vilke, Siniša; Grubišić, Neven; Maglić, Livia (Scientific Journals Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademia Morska w Szczecinie, )
    In Europe, at the end of the 20th century, the growth of marinas followed the rapid development of recreational marine activities. This trend has now slowed and today the creation of new marinas or the extension of existing marinas is less common, mainly due to the enforcement of protective environmental regulations. As the port sector is facing some major sustainability challenges, like tackling the pollution generated from port activities, the “green port”, or “green marina”, concept has now become a requirement. Both types of nautical ports, public ports and private marinas, share the same responsibility to achieve management standards. The term “green port” in practice describes the responsible behavior of all stakeholders in the port’s business, with a focus on the long-term vision towards the sustainable and climate-friendly development of the port’s infrastructure. This paper aims to confirm the adequacy of multi-criteria analysis (MCA) for the evaluation and introduction of energy efficient mobility options in nautical ports. Within the paper, a multi-criteria based model for energy- efficient mobility selection is presented. This model is tested on two Croatian private marinas and obtained results indicating the most suitable action for both. The output of the model showed that by far the best energy- efficient solution was the installation of electric charging stations (ECS) for cars. The presented model can assist decision-makers in port authorities and marina administrations in planning and finding the best scenario for the development of energy efficient systems and services.

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