About this program
You will learn the practical skills necessary to enact a new kind of safety leadership, with a focus on the expertise needed to get the job done, including skills in project management. We will help you advance from the simple, linear cause-effect thinking that has typically characterised safety work in Australia, and help you to identify and challenge pre-occupations with process and compliance. You will learn about resilience, complexity science and holism and be taken on an exciting journey into a new era of safety.
Learn How to Forecast the Weather with an Online Weather Forecasting Certificate
Use the program’s innovative forecasting techniques and conceptual approaches to learn about meteorology, enrich your hobby, supplement your professional career, or build a preparatory foundation for future study or work. As a student in this program, you will have an opportunity to become a better-informed, critical consumer of weather-related news. Whether you are an amateur weather enthusiast or a weather-related industry professional, enrolling in this 12-credit certificate program can help you refine your skills to more effectively predict the weather.
The TransNav, The International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation is addressed to scientists and professionals in order to share their experience, expert knowledge and research results, concerningall aspects of navigation and sea transportation.
The Journal is published four times a year and contains original papers contributing to the science of broadly defined navigation: from the highly technical to the descriptive and historical, over land through the sea, air and space, including those presented at the TransNav conferences, to promote young researchers, new field of maritime sciences and technologies.
The focus of TransNav is high-quality, scholarly research that addresses development, application and implications, in the field of maritime education, maritime safety management, maritime policy sciences, maritime industries, marine environment and energy technology. Subjects of papers include electronics, astronomy, mathematics, cartography, command and control, psychology, operational research, risk analysis, theoretical physics, operation in hostile environments, instrumentation, ergonomics, financial planning and law. Also of interest are logistics, transport and mobility. The Journal provides a forum for transportation researchers, engineers, navigators, ergonomists, and policy-makers with an interest in maritime researches.