On the 14th and 15th January 2021, the 2nd transnational meeting of ALL HANDS ON DECK – European work heritage in shipwright for present and future project (project number: 2019-1-ES01-KA204-065201) took place in an online meeting due to the COVID-19 emergency.

HALL HANDS ON DECK is funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme, KA204 – Strategic Partnerships for adult education and it involves 6 partners from different countries: Universidad De Murcia (Spain), CEIPES – Centro Internazionale Per La Promozione Dell’educazione E Lo Sviluppo (Italy), Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego (Poland), Aintek Symvouloi Epicheiriseon Efarmoges Ypsilis Technologias Ekpaidefsi Anonymi Etaireia (Greece), CETEM – Asociacion Empresarial De Investigacion Centro Tecnologico Del Muebley La Madera De La Region De Murcia (Spain), Innovawood Asbl (Belgium).

The meeting was organized and managed thanks to the great organization and cooperation of all partners.

“ALL HANDS ON DECK” is a signal used on board ship, and it means that everyone is needed in a particular situation; but the crisis of the last years has two important labour victims who have suffered the worst of the crisis: younger ones (because they are not receiving their first opportunity) and professionals beyond 45 years old. Current work panorama at European Union is quite different from a decade abroad.

This project has the objective of recovering the shipwright job profession around Europe.

In the 2nd transnational meeting, the consortium of partners presented the material already created and in particular: the online repository with clue documents, the video interviews realised in the previous six months and the e-learning platform that will contain the modules that will be created by partners.

Furthermore, partners have also planned the third activity which involves the creation of a mentoring course.

During the two-day meeting both the project coordinator and the dissemination and quality assurance managers highlighted the results obtained in this project year.

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