[International Newspaper 21.11.12.] Korea Maritime University LINC+ Project Group, 'Online/Offline Field Practice Standby Chronic Day' completed
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Korea Maritime University's LINC+ Project Team (Director Gap-su Kyung) announced that it successfully held the '2021 KMOU On/Offline Field Practice Waiting Chronicle Day' at the International Exchange and Cooperation Center of Korea Maritime University on the 4th. The on-the-job training standby chronicity day has the meaning of 'let's meet and succeed in college and companies through on-the-job training'. ' and 'Information on the Semester System for Field Practice Changes from 2021' and offline 'Field Practice Prime Company Signboard and Appreciation Plaque' were held. On this day, Daehee Kim, CEO of Samwoo Immersion Co., Ltd.
(a company specializing in the development of virtual reality (VR) training programs for ships, a major field in the era of the 4th industrial revolution), alumni of Korea Maritime University, gave a special lecture on the necessity of field training and the image of talent needed by companies for activation It provided an opportunity to raise awareness of on-the-job training and to deliver corporate information. In addition, 4 institutions and companies with excellent performance in two-way cooperation with universities: △Union (CEO Jeong Jong-min) △ Hanil International Co., Ltd.(CEO Kang Jeong-sik) △ Mytech (CEO Park Mal-yong) △ Korea Maritime Content Development (CEO Seung-kyun Ko) Selected and awarded the 'Korea Maritime University on-the-job training prime company' signboard, △ Busan Environment Corporation (CEO Bae Kwang-hyo) △ Busan Metropolitan City Seo-gu Office (Chairman Gong Han-su) We had time to discuss plans.
Kyung Gap-soo, head of Korea Maritime University’s LINC+ business unit, said, “I would like to thank the companies and institutions for providing opportunities for on-the-job training to revitalize industry-university education and nurturing practical talents. We will do our best to support education,” he said.
By Jeong Chae-young, staff reporter firstname.lastname@example.org
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