Work Package 3 – STRATEGY

Work Package 3 – STRATEGY

In brief

The goal of the work package 3 is to develop a pan-European strategy on future skills for the Maritime Shipping sector. The WP3 will set-up the framework of the strategic plan for the development of the Skills strategy. The WP3 will explore public available statistics, research data and information obtained from the partnership and external institutions and stakeholders in order to develop Strategies for maritime professionals, MET and future anticipation of skills needs for maritime labour market. The entire process will be facilitated by an online platform of cooperation that will function as viable knowledge-sharing tool for actors, stakeholders and end-users. The strategy will contribute to the skills that are expected to have a significant impact on innovativeness, competitiveness and growth of the EU economy and the Maritime Shipping industry by focussing on the current and future trends on sector’s skills in order to meet current and future challenges.

Lead organization Eugenides Foundation (EF), Greece

Participating organizations

Danish Maritime Authority

Stichting STC Group (STC- Group)

European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA)

European Transport Workers Federation (ETF)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Svendborg International Maritime Academy (SIMAC)

Bremen University of Applied Sciences (HSB)

Constanta Maritime University (UMC)

 

Deliverables

D3.1 Strategy Plan Framework (M6, M18)

D3.2 Measuring evaluation strategies in MET (M24)

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

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

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

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

D3.7 Strategy key findings (M48)

 

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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