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MarTID 2020: The Results training solutions.” ous surveys, the reported training bud- remains the most heavily used training

The full effects of COVID-19 on mar- gets are trending upwards. Nearly 60% method. At 84%, face-to-face classroom itime training will not be realized for but of operators have seen an increase in training is used more than internet- until then, here are some of the signi? - their training budget over the previous based e-learning, the second most used cant ? ndings from the 2020 report. year. Looking at METIs, an average of training method, which 76% of opera- two thirds of a METIs’ overall operating tors indicate is used to a high or medium

Maritime Training Budgets Rise ... budget is spent on training activities and degree. (again) equipment, an increase of 14.5% over But the tide is changing, as this year’s

Training budgets have been rising for the 2019 MarTID survey, where the av- report found that 16% have reduced vessel operators and the trend is ex- erage was a little over half at 53.3%. face-to-face training over the last year; pected to continue into the future. 84% and 23% expect to use less of it in the of vessel operators spent under 10% of

In-Person vs. Online coming year. In contrast, in regards to their operating budget on training, with

Taking deeper dive into how training internet-based e-learning, 65% of re- roughly two-thirds spending between budgets are spent, vessel operators re- spondents indicated increased usage 2% and 10%. Compared to the previ- port that face-to-face classroom training over the last 12 months, and 84% antici-

Where are Training Budgets Heading? Up!

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