Capt. John Dickie

Capt. John Dickie

Captain Dickie has spent 44 years in the maritime industry, in roles from Master, to cargo surveyor, to marine superintendent, operations director and working in class. From his exposure to various disciplines he moved into teaching and training and as such developed the skills needed to do this work. To this end he achieved a degree in Tertiary Education and other academic qualifications. In 2010 he set up Joint Development Associates Ltd and created a platform for training and education both on board and ashore. Courses and projects are directed to fit the client's needs and are not off the shelf courses of one size fits all. Under hs company is Academic Course Director for courses provided by Lloyds Maritime Academy and also is Secretary General of the International Federation of Shipmasters Associations. He has also managed to be a published author. Expertise in most ship types and the relevant legislation and its application has seen him develop a world wide client set.

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Focus on new STCW requirements for retaining best crews onboard

Capt. John Dickie, Managing Director, Joint Development Associates Ltd., says that the biggest safety challenge facing shipping in 2017 is that of retaining the best crews on board and professionals ashore in the office. Therefore, industry should focus on a more practical approach to enforcement of the new STCW certification requirements for seafarers that enter into effect on 1 January 2017.

Anti Piracy, Human Rights and other untold stories

- Capt. John Dickie, Secretary General, IFSMA gave a presentation entitled''Anti Piracy, Human Rights and other untold stories'' at the 2015 SAFETY4SEA Athens Forum. He started his presentation with a statement made from...

Security and Anti-Piracy. What is next?

What we expect in the future? Piracy will not go away, it is shifting and some people are deluded about piracy and criminalization. The Somali pirates are not poor fishermen. It's a complex international business model. In 2014...

The Captain – Hero or Villain ?

- Shipping changes so much and there is over-regulation. But the people who make the over-regulation do not come from maritime background. The demands on the Master for his time and ability are being stretched to new limits. The...

From STCW and MLC to Crew Competence in the future

The latest revision of the STCW convention has mentioned the word competent - Nothing has really changed S4S: What's new about STCW 2010, training, certificates and competency? JD : Our crews and our officers have to be better...

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