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Since 2016 the Maritime school Kotor provides training for the highest qualifications in seamanship in compliance with training modules 7.01 and 7.02.


Training is available for the following qualifications:

 1. Ship commander for ships of 3000 GT or bigger and first deck officer for ships of 3000 GT or bigger and for

 2. Chief engineer for ships with engines of capacity 3000 kW or more and second engine officer for ships with engines of capacity 3000 kW or more.

Vocational secondary schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina still respond slowly to economy's needs for certain professions.

Coton FINAL roll up cut identification and use of new technologies and tools in vocational schools don't progress fast enough, too. Companies are often informed better and adopt new technologies more quickly, while schools are mostly poorly equipped.

At the meeting of Directors General responsible for general education held in Malta yesterday and today, Estonia outlines its priorities for the education sector during EU presidency. Top priorities include the evolving role of learning and teaching, and paying more attention to links between education and labour market.


Women and businesses all over Wales are looking ahead to the future. Chwarae Teg, supported by Welsh Government and the European Social Fund, are running free fully funded programmes across all of Wales to women and businesses in Wales looking to take the next step.

The principal driving force of the Azalea Maritime mechanism is highly-experienced personnel specialized in different aspects of seamanship, truly dedicated to the task of providing skilled and competent future seafarers, making them capable of meeting the requirements of modern shipping industry, but primarily to ensure their future career.