News

Sustainable Inland Shipping project calls to focus on results not certificates

Sustainable inland shipping is within reach, but calls for a different approach from ports, transpor...

Opportunities for businesses to provide smart energy solutions for island communities and off-grid locations

Businesses offering smart energy-efficient solutions such as offshore renewable energy, energy stora...

Events

Demonstration of Hybrid Electric Propulsion System for Small Vessels, 22nd May 2019, Falmouth

Interested commercial users, businesses and organisations are invited to the demonstration of an inn...

Sea the Future Conference, 22nd May 2019, London

The Inaugural 'Sea: The Future' Conference will look at how technologies, such as artificial intelli...

Current Projects - ERASMUS OnBoard Project: Development of technical profiles and training curriculum for the ports and logistics sector

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OnBoard - Digital Skills for the Port and Logistics Sector...

OnBoard is an EU project with partners in Ireland, Portugal and the UK. Focusing on Port and Logistics it is working with employers and training organisations to develop apprenticeships meeting the sector’s future needs.

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Development of technical profiles and training curriculum for the ports and logistics sector...

The European ONBOARD project, of which Marine South East is a partner, is aiming to design and validate an apprenticeship model for the ports and logistics sector.

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Onboard Project looking at digital skills in the ports and logistics sector recognised for good practice...

The Onboard Project celebrated the first year of implementation at the end of 2018, being recognised as good practice by the EACEA - Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission.

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