Blue Generation Project in association with Odyssey FD is offering for free, the “Assistant Boat and Ship Carpender Training Course”.
After successful participation participants will:
- receive a participation certificate
- get the opportunity to have an interview with a ship repairing company*
Contents and Duration of the Course
Theoretical and on board lessons 4 days
Presentation of the main tools used
Basic principles of seamanship and parts of a ship or boat
Safety in the workplace
Possible working areas
The market for craftsmen today
Training and practical application of the knowledge the trainee gained, in real time on boats - ships and on land depending on the weather conditions.
Assistant Boat and Ship Carpender's Main Duties
Carries out general carpentry work for the maintenance and repair of the vessel/ship's premises. All tasks must be carried out in accordance with the shipowner's regulations, national legislation and international safety rules.
Team of Instructors
The team of Instructors consists of professionals responsible for personnel recruiting at maritime companies and managers at maritime security services companies with many years of experience and specialized training abroad. They have successfully trained hundreds of young people who were hired as Maritime Security Officers or Sailors.
Even if you are not interested personally in this particular training, please think of people who might be interested and forward this page to them.
These training positions are addressed to young people aged 18-29 years old, in the framework of the Blue Generation Project funded by the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment), and is implemented in Greece by Militos Consulting S.A.
This course until now is implemented in Greece and in Greek language. Soon it will be available in Bulgarian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian and Spanish languages.
* The interview in a shipbuilding company will be scheduled for those who meet the required level of knowledge of the training material and will be scheduled at the discretion of the trainers and the person in charge of the interviews.