CESNI published the new consolidated version of the European Standard for Qualifications in Inland Navigation.
12 August is marked by the United Nation’s International Youth Day. In 2019, the main theme is ‘Transforming Education’.
Inclusive and equitable societies start with ensuring a good start for everyone – this is why global labour youth movements are calling on this day to ensure that all young people have access to quality education and training!
We’re fighting to keep on-board staff on European trains! This human presence is fundamental to assure the comfort and safety of all passengers, including persons with disabilities and reduced mobility.
Training and qualifications are a core topic for the ETF Dockers’ Section. This project gathered and disseminated knowledge on the different training and qualification systems in place in the EU, making ETF and our affiliates leading experts on the issue. We also organised debates with our partners, such as port authorities and operators, along with training centres and institutional actors.
ETF, IDC, FEPORT and the ESPO will reinforce social dialogue and work together to improvement of working conditions the competitiveness of EU ports.
Safety on European waters is an absolute priority.