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Innovate UK Innovation Loans - new round opening 2nd July 2018

Innovate UK is to offer up to £10 million in loans to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (SME...

SpaceWave webinar workshops exploring opportunities for Earth Observation technologies in Blue Growth, 9th and 17th July, via webinar

The SpaceWave project is hosting 4 workshops which can be attended in person or online via webinar, ...

Events

Next Generation Tooling - Delivering Cost Effective Solutions for the Composites Industry, 22nd August 2018, Bristol

This workshop, run by the Composites Leadership Forum, will bring together Tier 1 and 2 suppliers al...

The 5th UK-Korea Offshore Engineering Partnering Event, 4th September 2018, London

Explore opportunities in the Korean Shipbuilding Market and Oil and Gas market at this DIT organised...

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 skillsí 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 http://www.onboard-project.eu

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 http://onboard-project.eu/resources/

To find out the latest news and activities from the project go to http://onboard-project.eu/news/

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Posted 2018-07-27 12:46:31

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