Future skills needs and gaps in Green Technologies for the Shipbuilding and Offshore Renewable energy sectors

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Future skills needs and gaps in Green Technologies for the Shipbuilding and Offshore Renewable energy sectors


Analysis of Green Technologies and present and future skills needs and gaps in the Shipbuilding and Offshore Energy sectors. The objective of this workshop is to be able to analyse and debate the existing Green Technologies, the degree of implementation of them and the future needs that workers 4.0 will need.

TARGET PUBLIC: Directors and Intermediate Managers of companies associated with these activities. Managers and Researchers of Technology Centres. University Academics, Trainers and Educators.

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Objective:
From To Duration Activity
  9:30 10:15 45min Reception and registration
10:15 10:20 5min Welcome words
10:20 10:30 10min General Overview of the Mates Project
10:30 10:45 15min Presentation: Mobilisation workshop explanation and expectations.
10:45 11:30 45min Round Table: Analysis of the Green Technologies in the Shipbuilding Industry
11:30 11:45 15min Coffee-Networking
11:45 12:30 45min Round Table: Analysis of the Green Technologies in the Offshore Energies Industry
12:30 12:35 5min Closing of the meeting
Contact Person: George Smyrnakis (george.smyrnakis@ncl.ac.uk)

Content

The highlighted icons, represent the fields of education (in compliance with ISCED Classification) engaged during this course/programme.

0311 - Maritime economy", "0413 - Logistics and shipping operational management", "0713 - Offshore and renewable energy", "0715 - Machinery and operators", "0716 - Naval engineering", "1041 - Navigation and seamanship

Venue

Venue: Rotterdam
Rotterdam, Netherlands

To be confirmed by 1 May

Application


Application Procedure:

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