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The Estonian Nautical School is a professional vocational education institution providing maritime education and applied research in the maritime field. The Estonian Nautical School offers quality education to 500 or more GT ships watch officers, 750kW and greater propulsion power motor vessel watch mechanics, ship motorists, senior sailors and ship electricians. All programs are based on the requirements of STCW-78 and the quality is controlled by the Bureau Veritas. The School has about 250 learners and more than 40 teachers. The Retraining and Refresher Training department of the School provides training courses for seafarers.

 

The project team of applied research in the Estonian Nautical School has strong competences and experiences in working with international projects related to maritime research, development and innovation services. The project team of the applied research in Estonian Nautical School is working to convert the new knowledge, in cooperation with partners, into the harmonized and similar in different countries teaching materials using modern training and teaching methods. The project team of applied research in the Estonian Nautical School has been working in several INTERREG and LdV projects and contract researches.

 

  • Mr Raivo Portsmuth

                 project manager

Mobile: +372 5100 777; +372 6135484

E-mail: raivo.portsmuth@merekool.ee

 

  • Ms Kaidi Laitamm

                finance officer

Mobile: +372 6135 481

E-mail: kaidi.laitamm@merekool.ee

 

Relevant Thematic Competence and Experience

The Estonian Nautical School is a professional vocational education institution providing maritime education and applied research in the maritime field. The Estonian Nautical School offers quality education to 500 or more GT ships watch officers, 750kW and greater propulsion power motor vessel watch mechanics, ship motorists, senior sailors and ship electricians. All programs are based on the requirements of STCW-78 and the quality is controlled by Bureau Veritas. The School has about 250 learners and more than 30 teachers. The Retraining and Refresher Training department of the School provides training courses for seafarers.

The project team of applied research in the Estonian Nautical School has strong competences and experiences in working with international projects related to maritime research, development and innovation services. The project team of the applied research in Estonian Nautical School is working to convert the new knowledge, in cooperation with partners, into the harmonized and similar in different countries teaching materials using modern training and teaching methods. The project team of applied research in the Estonian Nautical School has been working in several INTERREG and LdV projects and contract researches:

  • 2016- 2019- OnBoard-MedHarmonization of on Board Medical Treatment, Occupational Safety and Emergency Skills in Baltic Sea Shipping

 

Project ID No. CB406

Source of funding: EU Interreg Central Baltic

Total budget: EUR 998 599.97 (EUR 781 542.89 – ERDF contribution,             EUR 217 057.08 – national co-financing)

Project duration: 01/09/2016 – 30/06/2019

 
 

Project partners

  • Turku University of Applied Sciences (Finland)
  • Latvian Maritime Academy (Latvia)
  • Rīga Stradinš University (Latvia)
  • Åland University of Applied Sciences (Finland)
  • Estonian Nautical School (Estonia)

 

Project summary

The shipping industry has become multinational, therefore recognising problems in education cannot easily be solved on a national level. A cross-border approach is needed to tackle the issue. The overall objective of the project is to harmonize and develop courses in maritime emergency management, medical treatment and occupational safety. The courses are targeted at maritime (seaman, deck officer, maritime engineer) and nursing (registered nurse, emergency care nurse and public health nurse) education institutions. Throughout the project life span, the courses will be built, piloted, tested and regularly improved in collaboration with the target groups. Innovative learning methods, eLearning and simulation, will be utilized in building the courses.

The expected improvements in education and maritime safety are significant, and will hopefully became the standard in the field. Participants will get excellent professional skills, and when applicable will also be able to receive international certification from the courses. Further, the results help local employees to enter the European and international labor market.

Project website: https://onboardmed.turkuamk.fi/

Project on Facebook’is: https://facebook.com/onboardmed

Project on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/25042594/

OnBoard-MED project team

 

 

  • 2010-2013- The Strategic project on Trans-national Commercial Activities in Research & Innovation, Clusters and in SME (StarDust).

  • 2011-2013- Ports of Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, Turku and Naantali - together (PENTA).

  • 2009-2012- Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region (TransBaltic).

  • 2009-2011- Study of cargo flows in the Gulf of Finland in emergency situations (STOCA).

  • 2009-2011- Maritime Education Platform (MEP).

  • 2006-2008- Developing the Competencies of Maritime Lecturers (MariComp).

 

 

Contact:

Estonian Nautical School

Kopli street 101, 11712, Tallinn, Estonia

Telephone: +372 6135483

E-mail: merekool@merekool.ee