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.

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Pilot training on PREVENTION OF LABOR RISKS in the OFFSHORE sector

Within the framework of the SHIELD Project, the consortium organizes a pilot training course on Labour Risk Prevention in the offshore sector. The course develops the basic content for workers, LRP professionals, mutual insurance companies, etc. interested on training in Health and Safety at sea. The course will be in Den Helder (The Netherlands) in 2019 (the dates will […]

SHIELD in Cyprus

On 11th September 2018 took place in Limassol (Cyprus) the seminar ‘Opportunities in the offshore sector in Cyprus and SE Mediterranea‘ within the framework of the SHIELD project, organized by the local partner ShipCon. This event was part of the dessemination strategy for the SHIELD project.      Pictures: session focused on the recruitment in the […]

SHIELD in Portugal

On 4th September took place in Ponte de Lima (Portugal), a multiplier event focused on Safety and Health in the Offshore Sector, organized by PREVIFORM. This event was cellebrated as part of the dissemination strategy of the SHIELD project in order to give as much visibility as possible to the project’s contents. The seminar’s impact has […]

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