The Municipality of Piraeus in collaboration with the University of Piraeus organized the Multiplier Event of the BLUES project in parallel with the European Maritime Day which is celebrated annually across Europe, on May so as to raise the visibility of maritime sectors and support an integrated approach to maritime affairs. The European Maritime Day is the annual meeting point for Europe’s community of maritime professionals that come together, exchange knowledge and forge the partnerships needed for joint action.
The event was addressed to carefully selected and targeted stakeholders to bring together professionals working in blue economy sectors, wishing to develop their competences, VET Participants, unemployed people, as well as students searching for education in the areas of blue economy field, to better promote the project and ensuring their participation in the sustainability of the project. The overall aim is to foster communication between the two sides and the uptake of the use of the BLUES One Shop Portal and the e-learning Training Courses of the project.
It was attended by over 30 participants. In view of engaging participants and making the most of their presence, BLUES held an event of 2,5 hours, including a theoretical part, i.e. presenting the BLUES project and tools/ training courses, and complemented by an interactive part, i.e. presenting BLUES new innovative “One Shop Portal’’ tool.
In particular, following a warm welcome by the organizers, the BLUES project and training courses were presented in detail focusing mainly in One Stop Shop Portal, while questions by the participants were addressed.
Wed May 8, 2019
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