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On 5 June 2015 in Odessa, the CPMR/BBSRC is organising a workshop titled “Vasco Da Gama project for the Black Sea – CPMR meeting” within the framework of the International Transport Week (see the events programm). This meeting is
the kick-off of the Vasco Da Gama project for the Black Sea.
The Vasco da Gama Coordinator, Mr Patrick ANVROIN, presented the project during the Conference on EUSAIR.
See the videos on the attractiveness of maritime careers on Cluster Maritime TV (subtitled in English).
This meeting was organised together with Core Group of WP1
Mr Giuseppe Sciacca, from the Vasco da Gama team, presented the project during the meeting of the Baltic Sea Commission on 24 September 2014 organised in the framework of the 42nd General Assembly of the CPMR in Umeå (Sweden).
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) constitutes the agreement of a group of different entities to prepare multi-level transnational mobility in maritime education and training.
It is currently under signatureby the Members of the project. Any actors that adhere to the priorities of the project and plan to carry out in the near future actions which fall within the objectives of the VDG initiative are also invited to sign the MoU.
The Novikontas Maritime College (Latvia) has conducted a research in the framework of the IMO programme "Go to Sea" on the Youngsters’ motivations and difficulties for choosing seafarer career. The case of Latvia.
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Presentation of the Vasco da Gama project to the delegates of the CPRM Intermediterranean Commission in Venice.
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In the framework of VDG project, The Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (www.crpm.org) has prepared a Questionnaire on Maritime Training in Europe. It aims to establish a qualitative diagnosis of maritime training within the European Union.
We invite the actors (Regions, professionals, maritime training institutions...) whose experiences, views and proposals are essential to the success of this initiative, to answer all the questions that fall within the scope of your responsibilities and expertise. You are not obliged to reply if you feel that certain questions do not concern you. Some questions are open and allow you to give additional details to supplement your answers to closed questions.