Worldwide there are approximately 3,000 merchant ports and the work of the Harbour Master can vary widely from country to country and from port to port even within the same country.
Profiling the seafarer of the future - essential knowledge, essential networking
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CrewConnect Europe is stepping out of the bounds of the traditional manning and training events and will gather over 150 crewing industry professionals to tackle some of the most forward-looking themes, turning to operators, researchers, regulators and analysts to discuss:
The seafarer of the future, 21st century learning & skills, total talent management, design thinking, seafarer driven technology, change management, regulations, competency management, safety culture, navigational audits, automation, knowledge retention, controlled disruption, the future marine HR architecture, and much more!
This year featuring CruiseConnect Summit - the first and only event dedicated to manning and training for the cruise industry, where influential industry speakers representing the largest operators, associations and regulators will address key issues around recruitment, retention and training of your crews.
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On 11 February the PAC published as evidence a National Audit Office memorandum titled:
The award of contracts for additional freight capacity on ferry services
The document is available here: www.parliament.uk/documents/commons-committees/public-accounts/Correspondence/2017-19/Memorandum%20for%20PAC%20-%20The%20award%20of%20contracts%20for%20ferry%20services.pdf
PAC Chair Meg Hillier MP commented: ‘The scrapping of the Seaborne contract, and the NAO review we have published today, raise serious issues which we will explore at our session on progress with Brexit preparations on Wednesday (13 February).
It was announced on 8 February that IMO has launched a new logo for its Women in Maritime programme, as part of its mission to support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.
Programme lead Helen Buni said: ‘The IMO Women in Maritime programme supports the participation of women in both shore-based and sea-going posts, under the slogan Training-Visibility-Recognition’, through a wide range of gender-specific activities. The new logo is just one visible part of the programme and will help women in maritime gain more visibility and exposure throughout the maritime sector and beyond.’
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