培训海员以实现零碳未来/Training seafarers for a decarbonized future

A new training project will prepare seafarers for zero or near-zero emission ships, helping the global shipping industry decarbonize and ensure a just transition for seafarers.

Research commissioned by the Maritime Just Transition Task Force identified that 800,000 seafarers may require additional training by the mid-2030s in order to operate vessels run on zero or near zero emission fuels.

海员是航运业的核心,该培训对于确保航运业成功、公平地过渡到新局面尤其重要。该培训框架由国际海事组织(IMO)和劳埃德船级社基金会 (Lloyd’s Register Foundation)资助,将为海员装备减排技能,并为培训导师和业内人士提供指导。With seafarers at the core of the shipping industry, this training is vital to ensure a successful and just transition to a new shipping landscape. The training framework, funded through the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Lloyd’s Register Foundation, will equip seafarers with skills in decarbonization, and provide guidance for trainers and the industry.

该计划于2023年11月30日至12月12日在阿拉伯杜拜举行的2023年联合国气候变化大会(COP 28)上宣布。
The project is being announced at the 2023 UN Climate Change Conference (COP 28), meeting in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from 30 November to 12 December 2023.

国际运输工人联盟(ITF)秘书长Stephen Cotton 解释道:「海员是航运业公平转型的核心。随着行业转型和减排,培训当前和未来的劳动力,确保工人的专业知识跟上时代,至关重要。我们听到世界各地的海员响亮而明确的信息,他们已准备牵头领导,以塑造合适的培训框架来迎战零碳未来。」
Stephen Cotton, General Secretary of the International Transport Workers’ Federation, explains: “Seafarers are at the heart of the just transition needed in the shipping industry, and training the current and future workforce is crucial to ensure that workers’ expertise is front and centre as the industry transitions and decarbonizes. We have heard the message loud and clear from seafarers around the world, they are ready to lead, they are ready to shape the training frameworks for the zero carbon fuels of the future.”

让整个航运业为绿色转型做好准备是当前首要。 2023年IMO《船舶温室气体减量战略》设定了一个共同目标,即到2050 年或前后实现国际航运温室气体净零排放(将不同国情纳入考虑);并承诺确保到2030年国际航运使用的能源中,使用零或接近零温室气体排放的技术、燃料和/或能源增至至少占5%,力争达到10%。
Preparing the entire shipping industry for the green transition is essential. The 2023 IMO Strategy on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships sets a common ambition to reach net-zero GHG emissions from international shipping by or around 2050 (taking into account different national circumstances); and a commitment to ensure an uptake of zero or near-zero GHG emission technologies, fuels and/or energy sources to represent at least 5%, striving for 10%, of the energy used by international shipping, by 2030.

IMO秘书长Kitack Lim表示:「IMO《2023年船舶温室气体减量战略》具有里程碑意义,这明确表明成员国致力于使航运业转向零碳未来。为此,我们需要确保没有撇下任何人,并且需要致力于培训员工,让他们做好准备。这项合作计划利用全球海事界的集体力量,将有助于确保顺利和公平的过渡。」
Kitack Lim, Secretary General of the International Maritime Organization, said: “The milestone adoption by IMO of the 2023 Strategy on the Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Shipping shows the member States’ clear commitment to transitioning the shipping industry to a decarbonized future. To do this, we need to ensure no one is left behind and we need to commit to training the workforce so that they are ready. This collaborative project will help ensure a successful and equitable transition, harnessing the collective strength of the global maritime community.”

该计划将由IMO和海事公平过渡工作小组秘书处负责管理。英国劳埃德船级社将制定海员和高级船员的训练框架,以及海事训练机构的教练手册。世界海事大学 (WMU) 是一家位于瑞典马尔默的IMO全球研究、教育和培训机构,将负责提供学术专业知识。不少组织透过全球产业同侪学习小组参与其中,以提供重要的知识共享。
The project will be run by IMO and the Maritime Just Transition Task Force Secretariat. Lloyd’s Register will develop the training framework for seafarers and officers, as well as an instructor handbook for maritime training institutions. The World Maritime University (WMU), an IMO global research, education and training institute based in Malmö, Sweden, will provide academic expertise. A large number of organisations are involved through a global industry peer learning group, which will provide important knowledge-sharing.

一旦制定完成,在IMO亚洲海事技术合作中心(MTCC)和其他合作伙伴的支持下,计划透过由WMU牵头的「海员脱碳基线培训框架」将首先在亚洲进行测试。培训材料是为所有海员和高级船员编写,并旨在与所有已建立的 MTCC 和其他适合组织一同试用,扩大成全球测试。
Once developed, the Baseline Training Framework for Seafarers in Decarbonization will be first tested out in Asia through a programme led by WMU, with support from the IMO Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre (MTCC) Asia and other partners. Training materials will be developed for all seafarers and for officers. The aim is to then expand testing of the package globally with all the established MTCCs and other appropriate organisations.

This package will be available to IMO Member States, for potential use by maritime education and training (MET) institutes to develop their programmes, as appropriate. A ‘train the trainer’ programme will also be developed to assist METs further.

资料摘录: https://www.itfseafarers.org/en/news/training-seafarers-decarbonized-future

培训海员以实现零碳未来/Training seafarers for a decarbonized future