The Modeling Framework for the Need of Training Ship on Maritime Vocational Education
Rusnaedi Rusi1, Suandar Baso2, Syamsul Asri3

1Rusnaedi Rusi*, Maritime Polytechnic of AMI Makassar, Indonesia.
2Suandar Baso, Naval Architecture Department, Engineering Faculty, Hasanuddin University.
3Syamsul Asri, Naval Architecture Department, Engineering Faculty, Hasanuddin University.
Manuscript received on February 10, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on February 23, 2020. | Manuscript published on March 10, 2020. | PP: 705-714 | Volume-9 Issue-5, March 2020. | Retrieval Number: E2459039520/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.E2459.039520
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Abstract: The seafarer’s profession will be facing a few strong challenges today and future next. Correspondingly, the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) requires tightly the maritime vocational education that must produce graduates with appropriate and needed competences related with international trade perspective in the shipping sector. In order to improve student skill, a training ship is needed by maritime vocational education as real practice for student. This research describes a modeling framework of basic ship design for training ship of the maritime vocational education. The modeling framework was divided into three parts namely the model of training ship type selection, the capacity of the training ship, and the main dimensions of the training ship design. The modeling framework was applied to Maritime Polytechnic of AMI Makassar as a case study. The research results show the selected type ship was passenger-cargo ship type 37.20. The capacity of the training ship was about 150 students with cargo capacity 50 ton. The main dimensions of the training ship design were obtained where length between perpendiculars (Lbp), breadth (B), height (H), and draft (T) were 72.00 m, 12.00 m, 5.50 m, and 2.53 m respectively. The main dimensions of the training ship design were corrected as well by the parameters of main dimension ratio, geometric form coefficient, weight, and initial static stability. 
Keywords: Main Dimensions, Maritime Vocational Education, Modeling Framework, SCTW, Ship Capacity, Ship type, Training Ship.
Scope of the Article: Patterns and Frameworks