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Methodological Approach and Basic Analysis of Maritime Labour Market Needs by Case of Estonia
1 Estonian Maritime Academy of Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
ABSTRACT: The Estonian Government has adopted Estonian Marine Policy 2012?2020 (EMP) as a long-term planning basis for the development of maritime sector in Estonia. A number of practical tasks shall provide the achieving of goals posed by development plan. One of goals is working out the strategy for development of maritime education and training (MET) in Estonia at least for next 10 years. An enquiry among the enterprises and other actors closely re-lated to maritime sector has been conducted as first stage of this job. The main goal of it was to define the Estonian labour market needs and to adumbrate the vision for trends and developments in field until 2025. The working out of above-mentioned strategy will be completed by Estonian Maritime Academy of TUT by the end of 2016. The results of first stage were received by the end of 2015; authors of this paper describe and explain the methodological approach using for such study work as well as the instruments used and make the short analysis of results paying special attention to problems and ?bottle necks? arising in course of such enquiry.
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Citation note:
Alop A., Leiger R.: Methodological Approach and Basic Analysis of Maritime Labour Market Needs by Case of Estonia. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 10, No. 4, doi:10.12716/1001.10.04.16, pp. 655-660, 2016

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