SKILLSEA Kick-off meeting

SKILLSEA Kick-off meeting

Maritime Shipping cooperation for Futureproof Skills for the Maritime Transport Sector

Maritime Shipping cooperation for Futureproof Skills for the Maritime Transport Sector

Engaging 27 partners from 16 European countries

Engaging 27 partners from 16 European countries

Did you know that 90 % of world trade is transported by sea and that EU seas are the busiest in the world?

Did you know that 90 % of world trade is transported by sea and that EU seas are the busiest in the world?
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A platform of cooperation between all relevant stakeholders on a European level, is one of the solutions to improve educational supply and demand on a European level. During the project, similar networks will be set-up on a regional/national level. A prerequisite for a constant dialogue is that respective stakeholders are unified in order to combine strengths and participate at the same level. The field of Maritime Education and Training (MET) is not unified yet, and therefore the project will establish a framework for cooperation between relevant and interested MET’s throughout the EU.

Workshop WP1 26th – 27th March Aalesund, Norway

Workshop WP1 26th – 27th March Aalesund, Norway

In the framework of the WP1, a workshop will be held in Aalesund, Norway, on 26-27 March 2019. The workshop is organized by the WP1 leader-NTNU- and it will take place in the nautical department at NTNU Aalesund Campus. The workshop will focus on the design of the methodology / mechanism in order to analyze the current and future skills needs on a structural base. Core thematic areas that will be addressed: T1 - Current skills and needs (Reality & Mapping) T2 - Future skills and competence needs (Possible future developments) T3 – Identification of gaps and mismatches in the sector. All attendees are encouraged to contribute to all thematic areas. It is expected to have a rich discussion that brings together experiences and ideas from the participating partners.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Erasmus+ programme under grant agreement 2018 – 3387/ 001- 001 (Project number 601186)

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