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A Study on Measures to Train Professional
Report No. 2014-09 Research Manager Hong, Jang-Won
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The government is pushing various measures to promote the marina industry as a new growth engine with the re-establishment of Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries in 2013. However, domestic training system for nurturing professional workforce in marine leisure industry falls behind.


Expert training programs operated by the marine leisure and marina industry related associations or local universities do not lead to actual job creation in the field.

Although the government is pushing ahead workforce training projects in the industry, it falls short of consistency among professional lecturers, education materials and its programs.

In order to develop a new growth engine for the marine industry and create new jobs, short as well as mid- and long- term measures for nurturing professional workforce are required.


In the short-term, professional workforce training programs currently run by the government and public agencies should be put into a system. With this system in place, a specialized workforce for a specific industrial area can be nurtured in the mid- and long- term.


The study suggests short-term measures as follows; studying the current status of professional workforce; building human resources database; establishing a special education agency and operating an industry association; developing teaching materials and nurturing professional lecturers, and developing employment programs linked with businesses

The mid-and long-term measures include introducing a certification system for educational institutions, raising fund to train professional workforce and running a professional license system.


Also, the following suggestions are made to improve marine leisure education programs; building an education model which connects the industry, academy and research; operating re-training programs for professional workforce; establishing a specialized agency and relevant programs; benchmarking advanced programs through international collaboration.


It is necessary to amend marina industry related laws, establish the role of marina industry association and find compelling grounds for fund raise.


The study suggests the following measures to promote the marina industry; discover new occupational class and register as a new job category; introduce a license system; give a preference in employment based on training completion or exemption; find compelling grounds for establishing the association and raising fund.

It is important to establish an association, a major driver of the marina industry which leads to collect marine leisure related industry information and promote exchanges and nurture the workforce. A separate fund needs to be raised in order for the association to carry out these tasks.

 

Research Project Report 상세보기
A Study on Measures to Train Professional
Report No. 2014-09 Research Manager Hong, Jang-Won
File

The government is pushing various measures to promote the marina industry as a new growth engine with the re-establishment of Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries in 2013. However, domestic training system for nurturing professional workforce in marine leisure industry falls behind.


Expert training programs operated by the marine leisure and marina industry related associations or local universities do not lead to actual job creation in the field.

Although the government is pushing ahead workforce training projects in the industry, it falls short of consistency among professional lecturers, education materials and its programs.

In order to develop a new growth engine for the marine industry and create new jobs, short as well as mid- and long- term measures for nurturing professional workforce are required.


In the short-term, professional workforce training programs currently run by the government and public agencies should be put into a system. With this system in place, a specialized workforce for a specific industrial area can be nurtured in the mid- and long- term.


The study suggests short-term measures as follows; studying the current status of professional workforce; building human resources database; establishing a special education agency and operating an industry association; developing teaching materials and nurturing professional lecturers, and developing employment programs linked with businesses

The mid-and long-term measures include introducing a certification system for educational institutions, raising fund to train professional workforce and running a professional license system.


Also, the following suggestions are made to improve marine leisure education programs; building an education model which connects the industry, academy and research; operating re-training programs for professional workforce; establishing a specialized agency and relevant programs; benchmarking advanced programs through international collaboration.


It is necessary to amend marina industry related laws, establish the role of marina industry association and find compelling grounds for fund raise.


The study suggests the following measures to promote the marina industry; discover new occupational class and register as a new job category; introduce a license system; give a preference in employment based on training completion or exemption; find compelling grounds for establishing the association and raising fund.

It is important to establish an association, a major driver of the marina industry which leads to collect marine leisure related industry information and promote exchanges and nurture the workforce. A separate fund needs to be raised in order for the association to carry out these tasks.

 

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