Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Thursday, 29th June 2017 @ 9:21 am
The project intended to address sectoral changes and human issues, specifically needed skills, as a component of wider efforts to make EU ports more competitive and resource-efficient. It intended to feature an analysis of the status quo of formal and informal education and training with respect to port activities, look into future challenges and demands in education and training of port workers and design a roadmap for a European Port Training Policy.
Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Tuesday, 27th June 2017 @ 2:38 pm
The project intended to meet the labour market demands for experts with different levels of training and qualification for waterway transport enterprises via essential renewal of modern experts training in the Danube region.
Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Tuesday, 27th June 2017 @ 1:51 pm
The project intended to investigate the current socio-economic situation and the framework conditions of the business as well as of the employed people in the Danube navigation sector. It intended to provide a sound analysis as well as substantial recommendations for a forward strategy and a roadmap for gradual improvements in the framework of European transport, labour and social policy
Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Monday, 26th June 2017 @ 3:44 pm
The intended activities of this project included the introduction of a shallow-draught vessel, the elaboration of concepts for sustainable waterway development and growth of waterborne transport as well as policy support to enable the introduction of these solutions.
Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Friday, 19th May 2017 @ 1:55 pm
IRIS Europe 3 ensured the continuation of RIS implementation in Europe and provided the necessary cooperative implementation framework for setting up pilot implementations for Quality of Information Services for RIS, nationally and internationally. All Danube countries were involved either as fully financed or as cooperation partners within IRIS Europe 3.