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A Study on the Policy for Education and Training of Marine Science and Technology Professionals
Report No. 2013-09 Research Manager Han Ki Won
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A Study on the Policy for Education and Training of Marine Science and Technology Professionals


1. Purpose
○ The study aims to present policy direction to cultivate professionals in ocean science and technology at the national level. The direction is based on its prediction for such demand in the mid and long-term (by 2020) as well as its review on trends and outlook of major sectors of the new ocean industry. 
- Cultivation of necessary professionals is an essential prerequisite for growth of new ocean industry and its contribution to national economy.
- Because the new ocean industry was recently introduced, the established system and policies for professionals in science and technology did not reflect demand for this new industry, which requires improvement.


2. Methodologies and Feature
1) Methodologies
○ To conduct literature analyses on new ocean industry trends and demand for professionals
○ To analyze quantitative data from the Korea Educational Statistics Service, the National Science and Technology service and other national database
○ To draw ideas for policy direction after consultation with field experts and understanding of the current situation


해양신산업 동향 및 전망 문헌조사:  Literature analysis on trends and prospects
해양 신산업 분야별 전문 인력 수요 전망치 도출: Estimation of demand for sectoral professionals
분야별 해양관학기술 전문 인력 양성 현황 조사: Current cultivation of sectoral professionals
전문인력 수요 전망 공급 현황 격차 분석: Analysis on the gap between demand and supply of professionals
전문가 자문: Expert consultation
관련정책 분석 및 국내외 사례조사: Analysis on relevant policies and domestic and international case studies
시사점 및 문제점 도출: Identification of implication and problems
해양과학기술 전문인력 양성 정책 방향 제시: Suggestions of policy direction for professional cultivation


2) Feature
○ With consideration to study nature, scope of available materials and industrial feature, the study presented policy direction for cultivation of professionals in the following five industries such as ocean new renewable energy/industry, offshore plant industry, marine bio-industry, hydrothermal deposits development and new shipbuilding industry.


3. Results
1) Summary
○Excluding offshore industry, other ocean new industries are still at infant stage. Therefore, data for human resource prediction in the mid- and long-term are not enough.
? In order to predict demand for professionals by 2020, the study applied calculation, the estimated number of the employed and ratio of labor of the conventional industries of preceding studies conducted by the Korea Institute of Marine Science & Technology Promotion (KIMST).
○ By 2020, a total of 26,210 professionals will be needed for offshore plan industry, 23,976 for ocean energy sector, 13,285 for new shipbuilding, 7,047 for marine bio-industry and 2,015 for hydrothermal deposits development.
○ According to laws, institutions and policies for human resource development in ocean science and technology, national R&D projects are the best policy measures. However, they lack concrete development plans or roadmaps. 
○ Universities or graduate schools have limited capacity in supplying professionals for newly emerging industries, such as new ocean industry. Therefore, specialized programs- which have more flexible structure than the established ones- or coordinated courses are more desirable.
2) Policy contribution
○ The study intends to serve as the basic material in setting policy direction for development of professionals in ocean science and technology and industry.
3) Expected benefits
○ With its prediction for mid- and long-term demand for human resources in five ocean new industrial sectors, the study helps to prepare concrete policies for development of professionals in the field.
○ Based on conditional changes caused by new ocean industry, the study re-directs policies to cultivate professionals in ocean science and technology. It also builds the groundwork to prepare detailed sectoral policies.

Research Project Report 상세보기
A Study on the Policy for Education and Training of Marine Science and Technology Professionals
Report No. 2013-09 Research Manager Han Ki Won
File


A Study on the Policy for Education and Training of Marine Science and Technology Professionals


1. Purpose
○ The study aims to present policy direction to cultivate professionals in ocean science and technology at the national level. The direction is based on its prediction for such demand in the mid and long-term (by 2020) as well as its review on trends and outlook of major sectors of the new ocean industry. 
- Cultivation of necessary professionals is an essential prerequisite for growth of new ocean industry and its contribution to national economy.
- Because the new ocean industry was recently introduced, the established system and policies for professionals in science and technology did not reflect demand for this new industry, which requires improvement.


2. Methodologies and Feature
1) Methodologies
○ To conduct literature analyses on new ocean industry trends and demand for professionals
○ To analyze quantitative data from the Korea Educational Statistics Service, the National Science and Technology service and other national database
○ To draw ideas for policy direction after consultation with field experts and understanding of the current situation


해양신산업 동향 및 전망 문헌조사:  Literature analysis on trends and prospects
해양 신산업 분야별 전문 인력 수요 전망치 도출: Estimation of demand for sectoral professionals
분야별 해양관학기술 전문 인력 양성 현황 조사: Current cultivation of sectoral professionals
전문인력 수요 전망 공급 현황 격차 분석: Analysis on the gap between demand and supply of professionals
전문가 자문: Expert consultation
관련정책 분석 및 국내외 사례조사: Analysis on relevant policies and domestic and international case studies
시사점 및 문제점 도출: Identification of implication and problems
해양과학기술 전문인력 양성 정책 방향 제시: Suggestions of policy direction for professional cultivation


2) Feature
○ With consideration to study nature, scope of available materials and industrial feature, the study presented policy direction for cultivation of professionals in the following five industries such as ocean new renewable energy/industry, offshore plant industry, marine bio-industry, hydrothermal deposits development and new shipbuilding industry.


3. Results
1) Summary
○Excluding offshore industry, other ocean new industries are still at infant stage. Therefore, data for human resource prediction in the mid- and long-term are not enough.
? In order to predict demand for professionals by 2020, the study applied calculation, the estimated number of the employed and ratio of labor of the conventional industries of preceding studies conducted by the Korea Institute of Marine Science & Technology Promotion (KIMST).
○ By 2020, a total of 26,210 professionals will be needed for offshore plan industry, 23,976 for ocean energy sector, 13,285 for new shipbuilding, 7,047 for marine bio-industry and 2,015 for hydrothermal deposits development.
○ According to laws, institutions and policies for human resource development in ocean science and technology, national R&D projects are the best policy measures. However, they lack concrete development plans or roadmaps. 
○ Universities or graduate schools have limited capacity in supplying professionals for newly emerging industries, such as new ocean industry. Therefore, specialized programs- which have more flexible structure than the established ones- or coordinated courses are more desirable.
2) Policy contribution
○ The study intends to serve as the basic material in setting policy direction for development of professionals in ocean science and technology and industry.
3) Expected benefits
○ With its prediction for mid- and long-term demand for human resources in five ocean new industrial sectors, the study helps to prepare concrete policies for development of professionals in the field.
○ Based on conditional changes caused by new ocean industry, the study re-directs policies to cultivate professionals in ocean science and technology. It also builds the groundwork to prepare detailed sectoral policies.

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이전글 A Study on Status and Improvement
다음글 A Study on Better Usage of Marine Meteorological Information