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Danube School Ship Concept developed by HINT partners
Posted by Ana Leganel on May 29, 2014 | 0 Comments
After analysing the requirements for the introduction and use of a joint school ship in the Danube region, HINT partners developed a Danube School Ship concept covering following aspects: vessel design, organisational structure, educational concept, voyage, estimated costs and funding opportunities.
Stakeholders are hereby invited to go through the executive summary or concept itself (pdf files available for download below), fill in the feedback form and send it to and before June 30th.


HINT at Danube Commission
Posted by Annonymous on June 18, 2013 | 1 Comment
HINT project was invited by the Danube Commission, observer to the project, to brief members of the Expert Group on the Shipping Policy for the Danube on the current status of the project and further developments in the field of professional education and training for river personnel. The meeting also considered the Medium-term Action Programme of the Danube Commission which gave HINT the opportunity to make a contribution thereto as the significance of the project for the Danube navigation is highly regarded not only in the light of the outcomes of the previous project NELI, already endorsed by the Danube Commission, but also of current objectives with regard to harmonization of professional qualifications and introduction of modern teaching tools in the respective field. The meeting was attended by the representatives of all Danube Commission member countries who ensured HINT Consortium of their support and involvement in the validation of future outcomes with regard to practical continue reading
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