Talib Ibrahim Mohammed

Talib Ibrahim Mohammed
Technical University of Mombasa · Mechanical and Automotive Engineering

BSc MSc MNI MAMP-K AssocRINA
Lecturer - Technical University of Mombasa

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Introduction
I am Kenyan Merchant Navy/Marine Officer. I hold a BSc in Maritime Transport (Nautical Technology) from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport-Egypt and MSc Maritime Affairs from the World Maritime University. I have also been trained in the following areas: 1. Marine Accident Investigation 2. Ship Survey and Safety Survey-Survey of Navigational Equipment. 3. LOS 5. PSC 6. Marine Pollution Contingency Planning ,Risk Assessment and Analysis
Additional affiliations
April 2015 - present
Technical University of Mombasa
Position
  • Graduate Assistant
Education
March 2010 - July 2015
February 2006 - January 2010

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Publications (13)
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The Merchant Shipping (Training and Certification) Regulations of Kenya adapt The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW Convention) and the Standard Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping (STCW Code) for Seafarers. The STCW Convention and Code defines the quality standards at a mini...
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The Merchant Shipping (Training and Certification) Regulations of Kenya adapt The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW Convention) and the Standard Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping (STCW Code) for Seafarers. The STCW Convention and Code defines the quality standards at a mini...
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Cooperation between Maritime Education and Training (MET) institutions (METIs) has largely existed between the institutions with the scope biased to the traditional technical domains with a shallow scope on Maritime English. While this cooperation has largely included METIs, the engagement of the general maritime industry cluster is largely insuffi...
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Maritime Education and Training (MET) is unique in the Kenyan educational and training framework. As such in complying to a harmonised international standard, there is need to look into the current practices of delivering the training in compliance with the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafar...
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Kenya has been included in the IMO whitelist after rigorous and exemplary efforts from the Kenyan Maritime Authority and the Kenya Institute of Curriculum development. While institutions have adopted the Technical Syllabi and other institutions have adopted the degree path, it is still a challenge to institutes to develop a residential regimental a...
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The value of standard and effective lingua franca within the confines of the maritime industry and especially on-board cannot be understated. Effective communication is a prerequisite to holistic realisation of maritime safety. Therefore, the foundation of raising the level of comprehension and proficiency in English with particular interest of mar...
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As much as the maritime sector development cannot be ignored, in the context of a national strategy, so far it is not clear whether the government has already put in place the necessary structures for the development of Maritime Education and Training Institutes (MTIs) in Kenya in terms of funding and grants. MTIs are broadly but not definitively c...
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It is important that the Kenya government put in place the necessary structures for the development of Maritime Education and Training Institutes (MTIs) in Kenya in terms of funding and grants. MTIs are broadly but not definitively categorised under Technical and Vocational Training (TVET). Therefore, it should be realised that the cost associated...
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The 2010 Manila amendments to the STCW Convention and Code has recognized Simulators as a tool for training and assessment of competencies. This paper discusses the validation and use of the Simulators for training and assessment in Kenya, analysing the current practice and recommends the remedial actions for the gaps identified. The analysis shall...
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The 2010 Manila amendments to the STCW Convention and Code has recognized Simulators as a tool for training and assessment of competencies. This paper discusses the validation and use of the Simulators for training and assessment in Kenya, analysing the current practice and recommends the remedial actions for the gaps identified. The analysis shall...
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Many factors are playing key roles to industrial transformation, trade promotion, economic growth and development of any region in the world. The development of maritime operations has been proven to be a major factor in the growth and development process. Accessibility has always been a major issue in global marketing, with the maritime industry p...

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Projects (4)
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To create a platform for multidisciplinary and participatory action research, anchored on the principles of Human Centred Design and Triple Helix Approach, to co-create solutions to real societal challenges.
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The aim of this research project is to develop a pragmatic framework for the development of the fishing vessels and boats (small crafts) industry for sustainable blue economy.
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Degree Syllabus for Maritime Transport Logistics with Specializations in: Nautical Technology Marine and Offshore Operations Management