eLogmar-M project:
WP6 – Training and Qualification
Prof. Andrzej Dzielinski
Warsaw University of Technology
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Outline
1. D8 - Logistics education worldwide
2. Types of institutions involved
• Universities and other HEIs
• Education companies
• International professional bodies
3. Types of courses
• Undergraduate
• Postgraduate
• Post-diploma
• Short courses and distant learning
4. Current status, recommendations
and future trends
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D8 - Training and Qualification
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Results of study in:
higher school educational programmes,
vocational training courses
Internet / computer-based courses
in transport, logistics and maritime
applications.
Structure of a modular course in transport
logistics
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Logistics education worldwide
D8 – an overview of logistics education over the world.
Covers 20 countries – over 170 courses
EU: UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, Ireland,
Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden), Finland, Baltics
(Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia), Mediterranean (Greece),
Poland, Hungary,
EEA: Norway, Switzerland
China
USA and Canada
Russia
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Logistics education worldwide
• Undergraduate and postgraduate level
Universities, other HEIs
• Post-diploma level
Universities, other HEIs, education companies
• Training and short courses also distant learning,
vocational training
Educational companies, organisations, HEIs
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Institutions involved in education in logistics
Public HEIs – University, University of Technology, Academy of
Economy, scientific institutes e.g. IFF – Fraunhofer Geselschaft
full courses, short courses, distant learning, some also vocational
training both for profit and non-profit
e.g. – Transport and Telecommunication
Non-public (private) –Institute (Latvia), International High School
of Logistics and Transport (Poland) - undergrads courses, short
courses and distant learning
Logistcs - subject in High Schools of management, business and
economy, some international
Educational companies - short courses, vocational training and
distant learning
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Details of logistics educations in public HEIs
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Logistics - at Universities of Technology MSc in Engineering (Transport,
Automation and Robotics, Computer, Mechanical), Management, Economy,
e.g.
RTU, KUT, WUT, NTUA, TU Crete, Chalmers, Eindhoven, NTNU, DTU, Budapest
UT, Cranfield, Newcastle, Alabama A&M, Arkansas, Beijing, Shanghai, Dalian,
Shenzhen etc.
Case study 1 – Warsaw University of Technology, Department of Transport
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Logistics - at Universities and Academies of Economy as part of studies in
Management and Economy e.g. University of International Business and
Economy (UIBE), SGH, OvG, AUEB)
Case study 2- Warsaw Academy of Economics (SGH), Department of
Management, Chair of Logistics, Specialisation – Logistic Management
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Logistics is offered at some National Defence Academies – little is known
(secret?)
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Logistics education at non-public HEIs and
educational companies
Undegraduate level – general logistics,
management logistics, services logistics
Post-diploma courses – logistics of
international supply chains, logistics system
management (production, distribution,
warehousing)
Distant learning – all sorts of logistics related
issues
Vocational training – basic level
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Short courses and vocational training
• University based – usually general, postdiploma, longer (month, semester)
• Company based – specific, correlated with
the needs of the company, shorter (day,
week)
• Distant (e-, m-) learning – becoming more
and more popular – a major means for
short courses and vocational training of
the future, timing not so critical (adaptive)
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Sample logistics Curriculum
Warsaw University of Technology, Department of Transport
Specialisation: Logistics and transport techniques (LTT)
Profiles: LTT in railway, LTT in road, LTT in maritime transport, LTT in
internal transport & warehousing, LTT in multimodal transport
Subjects: I year: General – Maths, Physics, CAD, Computer Science, Economy
Subject-specific – Transport systems & processes, material eng.
II year: General – Electrical eng., operational research, mechanical eng.
Subject-specific – Transport infrastructure, logistics
III year: General – Electronics, control, telecom., management…
Subject specific – Traffic eng., advanced transport systems,…
IV year: Subject specific: warehousing, cargo hadling, management &
organisation, IT systems, modelling & simulation, electives,…
Practical on-site training included – at least two one-month internships
international
ICT used throughout the studies – web-based (dual-mode), simulation-based
Languages offered at every year of studies !
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WP6: Training – current status
WP6 leader: WUT
Tasks:
1)Education at universities – DONE
Developing of a unified course structure in transport logistics in conjunction
with universities consortium partners;
Analysis of computer-based training courses in transport logistics.
2) Training of specialists in maritime transport logistics – DONE AND IN
PROGRESS
Formulating requirements to the level of skills and knowledge;
Demonstration and promotion of long-distance training course in logistics
information systems;
Demonstration and promotion of training equipment from FHG/IFF
(Department of virtual development and training).
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Recommendations
Modern logistics education at any level should:
• be mixture of engineering, economy, management and
social/political sciences
• include strong international flavour
– Languages
– Joint diploma and double diploma courses
– Internships in international companies
• adopt new ICT tools – e-learning, m-learning
• include practical on-site experience (also simulation)
• be flexible, adaptive, continuous, life-long experience
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Recommendations
In both developed and developing countries,
the Internet will provide the only viable
cost-effective means through which
corporations and educational institutions
will be able to provide access to ongoing
opportunities for the continuing
professional development of working
individuals.
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Conclusions
• Logistics education – major issue for
universities, organisations and companies all
over the world
• Traditional economy – production focused
• Knowledge economy – research, marketing,
trade focused
• Internet based learning
• Continuing education
• Life-long education
• Education society
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Future trends
• Full undergrad and postgrad Internet
based studies – major or additional
• Technological breakthrough and still more
to come
• University education for all
• Education becomes one of major driving
forces in global economy
• Diversification of educational offer
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Thank you for your attention !!!
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