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Updates from Onboard Erasmus project regarding apprenticeship models for the Ports and Logistics sector

It is widely recognised that Vocational Education & Training (VET) can reduce high youth unemployment levels and through initial training of young workers, promote a better match between learning outcomes of the training paths and the enterprises skills’ needs.

The ONBOARD Project is aiming to design, implement and validate an apprenticeship's model for the ports and logistics sector supporting the development of a Vocational Education & Training (VET) profile and curriculum through partnership with maritime businesses.

The project is led by INOVA+ and has partners from Portugal, the UK and Ireland, including Marine South East.

To get a 3 minute video overview of the project please visit

As the project progresses plans, profiles, curricula, apprenticeship models and training programmes for key professionals will become available to download from the project website at

To find out the latest news and activities from the project go to

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Posted 2018-07-27 12:46:31

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