• SEAMAP

    Searching the Extensive Application at Maritime Protocol

About the project

About the project

The SEAMAP project addresses the need for cooperation between VET and the world of work in the maritime sector by introducing systematic approaches to and opportunities for VET and the maritime sector, fostering integration of maritime working life into maritime institution-based VET and enhancing the entrepreneurial skills of the people dealing with the maritime issues. This will be achieved by the promotion of more work related activities in the intended VET programmes, including the innovative models of work placement (work experience, work shadowing, work-based learning and apprenticeships). The project team will identify and map available maritime jobs /placements and business start-up both at sea and ashore in partner countries. The main benefits of the project are to improve the attractiveness of the maritime industry, to provide increased mobility across, to foster the career guidance, to enhance the placement opportunities and to develop the entrepreneurial competences of the people at maritime and VET sectors.

LUCENT DENIZCILIK VE DANISMANLIK HIZMETLERI ANONIM SIRKETI

Istanbul, Turkey

Partnership

T.C. TUZLA KAYMAKAMLIGI

Istanbul, Turkey

Sea Teach S.L.

Cala D'or, Spain

TURK LOYDU UYGUNLUK DEGERLENDIRME HIZMETLERI A.S.

Istanbul, Turkey

UNIVERSITATEA MARITIMA DIN CONSTANTA

Constanta, Romania

Danmar Computers LLC

Rzeszów, Poland

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