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Suggested Format for Course Specification by Kalyan Chatterjea, Head, Research & Consultancy, Malaysian Maritime Academy, Malacca, Malaysia.

Suggested Format for Course Specification by Kalyan Chatterjea, Head, Research & Consultancy, Malaysian Maritime Academy, Malacca, Malaysia.

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    • Module Specification Malaysian Maritime Academy Date: 19th Nov 2009 Title: Training of Trainers @ ALAM Document by Kalyan Chatterjea Nov 2009 Course: Training of Trainers - Based on IMO Model Course 6.09 Module ID: TOT-ALAM-IMO-6.09 Course Code: TOT-6.09 Level:-01 Level 02 Synopsis: The module is designed to provide trainers with theory, skills and practice to develop and implement effective training programmes for both pre-sea and post-sea maritime students. You will be equipped to assess training needs and set the corresponding learning objectives to meet the requirements of outcome- based programmes. You will learn to prepare interactive student-centred learning objects and know how to facilitate such interactive sessions. Intended Learning Outcomes: On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to… 1. Devleop teaching stragtegies based on suitable learning theories. 2. Understand and describe the STCW 95 competence-based training. 3. Plan an effective teaching environment. 4. Use a range of teaching methods effectively 5. Use appropriate teaching aids 6. Produce relevant lesson plan. 7. Evaluate teaching and learning 8. Design a course of study Prior Learning/ Skill Requirements: English profficiency, moderate computer and internet skills. Summary of Content Knowledge of how people learn: three main categories or philosophical frameworks under which learning theories fall: behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism; Knowledge of STCW Convention and Codes and their applications in teaching and learning practice. Original Convention and its subsequent ammendments. Delivery of training in competence standards required by IMO STCW Convention 1978 as amended (STCW95) A-I/6; IMO 6.09. Knowledge of learning environments, both face-to-face classrooms/ labs/ workshops as well as synchronous/ asynchronous digital media for conducive learning. Selection of appropriate teaching methods for different learning environments and to suite various student learning styles. Usage of modern teaching aids: Microsoft Word for developing course notes (e.g. DNV standard), development of effective PowerPoint presentation, development of classroom quizzes and examination bank development. Develop a course lesson plan, evaluation of teaching and learning. Devlop feedback forms. Design a course based on an IMO Model Course.
    • Planned Assessment: Percentage In-Course Assessment: 10 Assignments (8 marks each x 10) 80 [Marks 1-3:Poor; 3+-5:Pass; 5+-7:Good Pass; 7+-10: Excellent] Class Attendace 20 In-Course Assessments: Example on the Web Type Description Learning Outcome Weightages Assessment [Examples - May have a few of these (area covered) [Refer to Outcome Week/Day (not all)] Nos. above] (percentage) Multiple Choice Question Multiple Response Question Gap-fill Question X-word puzzle Practice/Skill-based (Lb/Sim/Ws) Practice/Skill-based (Lb/Sim/Ws) Short Answer Questions Assignment End of Course Assignment (1 every two weeks) 1 to 8 80 Total 80 [Lb - Laboratory; Sim - Simulator; Ws - Workshop] Module Workload Weekly Workload Total Module Workload (hours) Type L-Lecture; Gr-Classroom-based group L - 20 hr Description Total No. of work; Gl-Guided learning Gr - hr Weeks = 20 (assignments); Lb-Lab work; Tu- Gl - 30 hr Total hrs/wk Lecturer hrs/wk Learner hrs/wk Tutorial; Ws-Workshop; As-Assessment Lb - hr Lecture 1 1 1 Tu - hr Classroom-based Group-work Ws - hr Guided Learning (Non-contact) 1.5 0 1.5 As - hr Lab work 0 0 Simulator Exercises 0 0 Total 50 hr Tutorial 0 Workshop 0 0 Assessment 0 0 Total Weekly Learner 2.5 Total Weekly Contact Hours 1 Resources [tick if available]  Syllabus  Teaching Strategy Lecture Notes Presentation Files  Quizzes Learning Guide Lesson Plan  Movie Clips  Recommended Resources E x CD - a Book - 1) IMO Model Course 6.09 2) Reference Book - Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments by OECD m Education Directorate (2009) p Website A - Teaching Tips Visitied on 26th Nov 2009 l Website B - Effective Teaching & Learning Visitied on 26th Nov 2009 e s Document Created by: Course Coordinator Kalyan Chatterjea________________________ ___________________________ _19/11/09__ Name Signature Date Malaysian Maritime Academy SDN. BHD. (A Subsidiary of MISC) Copyright © 2009 ALAM Windows Delivery 2051 Batu 30, Tanjung Dahun Tel: 606 3882 200 (5 lines) Masjid Tanah Post Office 78200 Kuala Sungai Baru Fax: 6 06 387 6700 78300 Masjid Tanah Melaka, MALAYSIA website: http://www.alam.edu.my Melaka, MALAYSIA email: mma@alam.edu.my
    • Example 01 Learning Outcome Ship Stability Module: On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to… 1. Appraise the need for adequate stability when a vessel drydocks. 2. Assess the effect on ship manoeuvrability of shallow water, interaction, and he 3. Appraise the sources of ship stability information. 4. Assess a vessel's stability during typical cargo operations, both at sea and in p 5. Determine the effect on a ship's draft and stability of damage to the hull. 6. Determine the effect on a ship of uneven distribution of cargo, both at sea and Example 02 Learning Outcome Thermodynamics On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to… Module: 1. State Laws of Thermodynamics 2. Distinguish between the various processes 3. Solve problems selecting the correct theory and equations.Obtain readings fro Thermodynamics & Transport Properties of Fluids. 4. Break down thermodynamic cycles into single processes to assist in the solutio problems 5. Combine partial solutions to obtain the overall solution Example 03 Mnodule Synopsis Navigation Instrumentation This module provides the learner with the theoretical and practical knowledge of magnetic compasses and the necessary magnetic compensation and adjustmen on board steel built vessels, gyroscopic theory and its relevence to the constructi of gyro compasses and automatic pilots. Learners will gain an in-depth appreciat of the principles, accuracy and errors of electronic navigation systems including m radar. Example 04 Mnodule Synopsis Naval Architecture Principles: This module offers students an introduction to the field of Naval Architecture as r Dept. of Transport for Marine Engineers (Class 2 Certificate). It covers the mathe required, analysis of the forces and moments acting on a ship and the power req
    • This module offers students an introduction to the field of Naval Architecture as r Dept. of Transport for Marine Engineers (Class 2 Certificate). It covers the mathe required, analysis of the forces and moments acting on a ship and the power req Example 05 Summary of Content Meteorology for Mariners: Instrumentation The principles of pressure measurement. The use of standard datum. Knowledge precision aneroid barometer and the barograph. The principles of the thermomet minimum thermometers. Sea and air temperature observations and precautions principle of the hygrometer, observations to obtain relative humidity. Care and att instruments. The Beaufort wind scale. Methods of estimating direction and force Atmospheric Pressure The mean pressure distribution. Daily and seasonal changes in atmospheric pres winds. Local and regional effects of heating and cooling. The characteristics of, a associated with, the principal pressure systems, e.g. anticyclones, depressions, p permanent high and low pressure areas. Relationship between pressure distribut masses and their properties. Buys Ballot's law. Water Vapour Water vapour in the atmosphere, evaporation, condensation, precipitation; mean relative humidity, dewpoint; elementary knowledge of atmospheric stability and la and classification of clouds, fog, mist and dew. Haze. Weather Forecasting Basic weather forecasting on board ship, using shipboard data along with forecas sources. Example 06 Summary of Content Mechanics - 3 Frameworks Method of joints, method of sections Friction Square thread,vee thread. Direct stress and strain Compound bars, Hook's law, Cylinders and shells. Strain energy, impact loads. Bending of beams. Shear force and bending moments, bending stresses in beams. Combined bendi Torsion of shafts. Shear stress, Angle of twist for solid and hollow shafts. Statics. Free body diagrams, conditions for static equilibrium. Example 07 Summary of Content
    • Marine Engineering Practice 3 Environmental Protection Oil contaminated water, sewage,garbage, air pollution, ballast water. Marpol 73/7 protection methods Fuel Bunkering procedures, combustion of low grade fuel, impact of low grade fuels o equipment Fire Combustion and extinction, fire triangle, terms and definitions, fire prevention, fire extinguishing media, portable systems, fixed systems Inert Gas systems Hydraulics and Pneumatics Standard symbols, typical components and circuits, applications Pumps Construction of pumps, pump characteristics, typical faults and maintenance Heat Exchangers Types, construction, uses and limitations, faults and maintenance Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Refrigeration system and components, faults and maintenance, refrigerant chara conditioning, system and components, health and safety aspects of operation an Mechanical Transmissions Shafting and bearings, couplings, thrust bearings,gearboxes. Stern arrangement Diesel Engines Construction of components, fuel injection systems, turbocharging systems, mon combustion process Critical system faults Steam Plant Boiler fittings, boiler operation Turbine construction, pressure and velocity compo system, lubrication system, controls Gas Turbines Designs in use at sea, basic layout and components, operation of gas turbines
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