About project

  • Title: “Development of a VET Training Program to upgrade the Skills on Health and Safety Risks for Offshore Construction Workers”
  • Reference: 2017-1-CY01-KA202-026782
  • EU Funding: 165,420€
  • Duration: 01-09-2017 to 31-08-2019
  • Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
  • Action: Strategic Partnerships (KA202)
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Deliverables

The main SHIELD results are listed under intellectual outputs, multiplier events and training activities. During the project lifetime the consortium will produce an innovative /modular training content and an e-learning for Trainers aiming at an integrated training content to help South workers to work in more complex areas than the Med Sea. This, it will be available for other countries in Europe and new partners could easily adapt to their own needs.

SHIELD - Training needs & Competences Survey Reportevaluate an entrepreneur idea

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SHIELD common Profile

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The SHIELD Curriculum

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SHIELD Courseware development
SHIELD e-learning Courseware
SHIELD - Measures to validate the ECVET certification

Partners

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Multiplier Event in Valencia (19th June)

A multiplier event to disseminate the SHIELD project will he held in Valencia the next 19th June 2018. The event will be in Spanish language. The location is the ETSIA University. For more information and registration please click here The agenda is set as follows: 09.30 – 09.45 Bienvenida 09.45 – 10.30 El Puerto de Valencia, un […]

SHIELD Project on social media!

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The Directive 2013/30/EU on Safety for Gas&Oil offshore

The directive 2013/30/EU introduces clear rules for effective prevention and response in case of a serious accident. The regulatory authority in each Member State will have to ensure that only those operators that can demonstrate the technical and financial capacities necessary to guarantee the safety of offshore activities and the protection of the environment can explore […]

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