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SKILLSEA

Futureproof Skills for the Maritime Transport Sector

External institutions and stakeholdes like industry, social partners and national authorities will be included in the piloting to ensure relevance and broad applicability and transfer. Pilots will include blended and virtual learning. A Review will ensure insights are passed forward and integrated in the next EPs.

A Guide on Design and Implementation of Educational Packages will enhance labour mobility and present methodologies and approaches for implementing EP's, highlighting horizontal skills and learning outcomes using the toolbox approach; presenting tools and roadmaps to facilitate applicability across countries, target groups etc and include on-the-job learning and recognition of present skills - resulting in overall improvement of employability through development of knowledge, skills and competencies. Specifics will be Train the Trainer, Green Skills, Key competencies and STEM, Cybersecurity and other areas identified in the Skills Needs Analysis

Technology and digitalisation are transforming the shipping industry. ‘Smart’ ships are coming into service, creating demand for a new generation of competent, highly-skilled maritime professionals. Europe is a traditional global source of maritime expertise and the four-year SKILLSEA project is launched with the aim of ensuring that the region’s maritime professionals possess key digital, green and soft management skills for the rapidly-changing maritime labour market. Please read all about this project in our factsheet.

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A number of open access public deliverables will be developed in the framework of the SKILLSEA project.

 

Work Package 1 – SKILLS NEEDS IDENTIFICATION  

D1.1.1 Methodology (M3)

D1.1.2 Current and skills needs (Reality & Mapping) (M10)

D1.1.3 Future Skills and competence needs (Possible future development) (M12)

D1.2.1 Skills and Competence GAP between current and future needs (M12, M36)

D1.2.2 Identification of mismatches on a structural basis (M15)

D1.2.3 Impact on occupational profiles (M15)

D1.3 Recommendations for Education and Training (M18)

 

Work Package 2 – FUTURE PROOF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

D2.1 Guide on Design and Implementation of Education Packages (M48)

D2.2 Educational Packages for specified skills (M48)

D2.3 Structural Cooperation(M48)

D2.4 Guide on Business/Education Partnerships (M48)

 

Work Package 3 – STRATEGY

D3.1 Strategy Plan Framework - Summary (M18) v0.1

D3.2 Measuring evaluation strategies in MET (M24) v0.1 # Summary v0.1

D3.3 Employability, Anticipating Skills needs and GAP measurement (M28, M48)

D3.4 Internationalized Strategies in Maritime Education Training (M18) v0.1

D3.5 Maritime Education Training and its stakeholders: interconnections and strategies (M46)

D3.6 BLUEPRINT Maritime Shipping Portal (M3-M48) v0.1

D3.7 Strategy key findings (M48)

 

Work Package 4 – AWARENESS RAISING AND STAKEHOLDERS MOBILIZATION

D4.2 Dissemination materials (M6, M24, M36, M45)

D4.3 Dissemination Activities (M24, M48)

 

Work Package 5 – IMPLEMENTATION

D5.2 The Roadmap towards a sustainable skills strategy (M12, M30, M48)

 

Work Package 6 – PROJECT AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT

D6.1 Analysis of existing research regarding skills mismatches in the maritime shipping sector (M1)

D6.2 Analysis of existing policies regarding the human factor in the maritime shipping industry (M1)

Our newsletters offer you an exclusive insight into the SKILLSEA project. Highlights and important upcoming events are announced therein. The newsletters will be published in line with project progress and activities.

 

Our latest newsletter is:

 

SkillSea's newsletter Update, July 2021

 

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 Newsletter July2021

 

SkillSea's newsletter Update, December 2020

 

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pdf icon Download the full report (January 2020)

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

"The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein".

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