JOIN INTERNATIONAL MARITIME EXPERTS FOR A CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO PRESERVING TRADITIONAL BOAT BUILDING SKILLS: OSTEND, BELGIUM, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2014
If you are a marine business, education organisation, or want to pursue a career or voluntary work in boat building, then sign up to attend this important international maritime conference.
This major event is part of an EU funded programme called Maritime Heritage Skills which is focused on recording and developing a suite of free training tools that ensures traditional and boat building skills are passed on to future generations.
WHAT: Maritime Heritage Skills Conference
WHEN: Thursday 25th September, 9am-4.30pm
WHERE: Thermae Palace, Ostend, Belgium
BOOK NOW: for more information and to book your place email email@example.com
(*) Please note, attendees must book before September 10th. Lunch is included and travel via coach from certain locations can be arranged. Please provide your travel requirements when booking.
- Hear about the free education frameworks devoted to traditional boat building
- Learn how this new set of training tools will support businesses in the sector
- Explore the virtual learning environment that’s specifically designed to preserve skills that are economically and historically significant to our region
- Discover more about career pathways and exciting new projects in the industry
- Network with like-minded maritime enthusiasts and experts from the UK and overseas
For marine businesses: learn how this new set of free training tools will support you to expand the range of services you offer customers
For education: explore how our programmes can enrich your courses and connect you with the marine business community
For job seekers: find out more about career paths and employment options in a global sector
For volunteers: connect with a resource that can introduce you to projects and volunteering opportunities
BOOK NOW: Book now for our conference by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 28th June, the Medway Queen had four special visitors Mrs Joan Parkin and her son Richard and Mr and Mrs Armour. The reason for the journey from Cheshire was to present a bronze plaque that they had found forty years ago while on holiday on the IOW. The plaque commemorated the re-building of the ship, by Thorneycroft’s of Southampton, from war service to peace time pleasure steamer. Mrs Parkin found the Medway Queen story on the web, and to the ship’s web-site, and decided it was time the plaque was re-united with the ship. Mr Brian Burton accepted the plaque and said it would have a place of honour on the ship”.