Entity Configuration for Designing a Port Security Information System: Proposed Extensions of the Vocational Education and Training Curriculum

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  •   Apostolos Κaltsas

  •   Sofia Gompou

  •   Dimitrios Κotsifakos

Abstract

Port security is one of the most important fields of Vocational Education and Training (VET) maritime studies. In this article, we propose the configuration of entities that are used to design a port security information system for VET education. Our work integrates recent maritime Information Technology (IT) concepts into VET. We record the initial design for building educational software for a school-level security information system that can be used as an extension project for the existing maritime curriculum of VET. This plan, if implemented and completed, will strengthen and expand the boundaries of school knowledge and curriculum. This article describes the design part of the whole project.


Keywords: Vocational Education and Training, Maritime Studies, Modeling, Information System

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ΚaltsasA., Gompou, S. and ΚotsifakosD. 2020. Entity Configuration for Designing a Port Security Information System: Proposed Extensions of the Vocational Education and Training Curriculum. European Journal of Engineering and Technology Research. CIE (Feb. 2020), 43-48. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2020.0.CIE.1798.