Continues its efforts and has attracted more than 23,000 youth NEETs to the Blue Economy through promotional visits organized at almost 300 organizations (high-schools, universities, VET schools, NGOs, and local communities) in Bulgaria, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania, and Spain.
360o Virtual Reality Videos for 2 Blue Economy sectors: Fisheries and Marine Biotechnology
Clube developed the VR Video in the Marine Biotechnology sector.You can watch the video here and see the daily routine of the Research Group on Bio adhesion & Biomimicry of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon.
Militos Consulting S.A. developed the VR Video in the Fisheries sector. You can watch the video here and discover what it’s like to work at the Piraeus fish wharf, the largest fish market in the Balkans.
The Blue Generation International Conference
The Blue Generation International Conference was held in Palma de Mallorca on September 29th, and brought together the Blue Economy Sectors and youth. We had very inspiring speeches and experiences, not only from Blue Economy experts, but also from EU and OECD officials, representatives of NGO’s, governmental and public institutions, inclusion centres and most important from our youth, who described how they have benefited from the Project.
Training seminar on the specialty of the Assistant Boat and Ship Carpenter
“The assistant boat and ship carpenter course of BlueGeneration Project was a really good opportunity for me to specialize practically my knowledge in one more field of the shipbuilding science” said Dimitris, who studies naval engineering in the University of West Attica in Greece.
During the 4-day training organized by Militos Consulting S.A., we provided 12 hours of training in nautical theory and the basic principles of boat carpentry at a shipyard and in a carpentry workshop. Some of the participants have already been chosen by companies in the broader #shipbuilding_and_maintenance_sector for employment and all of them received a digital badge and a certificate.