“Diversification of seafarers’ employability paths through collaborative development of competences and certification” is an Erasmus + Strategic Partnership project that brings together 4 organizations from Romania, Bulgaria, Cyprus and Netherlands.
In the context of the challenging shipping industry environment, the main objective of this EU funded project is “to improve the employability skills and work opportunities for marine workers and to reduce the existing gap between the educational world and labour market by diversification of career paths and skills recognition”.
Constanta Maritime University (CMU) is a higher education and research state owned institution, an academic community formed by 126 teaching staff, auxiliary teaching staff, 5013 students (2015), technical and administrative staff. The academic autonomy stands...Read More
Nikola Yonkov Vaptsarov Naval Academy (NVNA) is an educational organisation in the field of maritime education, a state tertiary institution located in Varna, Bulgaria. The structure of the academy consists of three main units: Navigational Faculty, Engineerin...Read More
The European Association of Career Guidance (EACG) was founded in 2010, with an official kick-off meeting during the CAREER-EU Conference 2010. It is acting as association with Non-Profit status and Non-Governmental organisation. The purposes of t...Read More