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Coming Ashore

Coming Ashore

By Marine Society
"The Coming Ashore programme's goal is to identify and address additional skills and experience seafarers needed when coming ashore and then providing a pathway to ensure they are suitably equipped. We have a number of industry professionals signed up as mentors, together with partner organisations who are providing a series of podcasts that explain the range of roles shoreside. The programme is open to all ranks and nationality." Marine Society Director, Darrell Bate
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About the Mentor: Sankeet Mahajan
Hear about the life and career of Coming Ashore mentor, Sankeet Mahajan.
11:19
June 7, 2021
About the Mentor: Andy Hill
Hear about the life and career of Coming Ashore mentor, Andy Hill
21:51
June 7, 2021
About the Mentor: Philip Gregson
Hear about the life and career of Coming Ashore mentor, Philip Gregson
19:32
June 7, 2021
About the Mentor: Simon Jones
Marine Society already supports seafarers who want to stay at sea and progress their career. Now we have new funding to support those considering a career ashore. The new Coming Ashore project will fund professional guidance, mentoring and work experience opportunities for seafarers who are looking for a maritime profession on land. The issue of poor support for seafarers after their sea career was first identified in the UK as part of Project Ulysses. The project identified help for seafarers coming ashore as a key recommendation and sought to understand the skills gap and educational needs for seafarers wanting to come ashore. Marine Society’s involvement in this area fits, with its mission to support the life-long learning needs of seafarers, at sea or coming ashore. The Coming Ashore programme's goal is to identify and address additional skills and experience seafarers needed when coming ashore and then providing a pathway to ensure they are suitably equipped. We have a number of industry professionals signed up as mentors, together with partner organisations who are providing a series of podcasts that explain the range of roles shoreside. The programme is open to all ranks and nationality. Marine Society Director, Darrell Bate
20:27
August 5, 2020
About the Mentor: Jeffrey Blum
Marine Society already supports seafarers who want to stay at sea and progress their career. Now we have new funding to support those considering a career ashore. The new Coming Ashore project will fund professional guidance, mentoring and work experience opportunities for seafarers who are looking for a maritime profession on land. The issue of poor support for seafarers after their sea career was first identified in the UK as part of Project Ulysses. The project identified help for seafarers coming ashore as a key recommendation and sought to understand the skills gap and educational needs for seafarers wanting to come ashore. Marine Society’s involvement in this area fits, with its mission to support the life-long learning needs of seafarers, at sea or coming ashore. The Coming Ashore programme's goal is to identify and address additional skills and experience seafarers needed when coming ashore and then providing a pathway to ensure they are suitably equipped. We have a number of industry professionals signed up as mentors, together with partner organisations who are providing a series of podcasts that explain the range of roles shoreside. The programme is open to all ranks and nationality. Marine Society Director, Darrell Bate
26:43
April 24, 2020
Coming Ashore in Yachting with Wilson Halligan
Wilson Halligan was formed in 2006 to provide a personal and professional yacht recruitment service for the Owners, Managers and Captains of large private and chartered yachts.
26:23
April 17, 2020
About the Mentor: Sam McDougall
Marine Society already supports seafarers who want to stay at sea and progress their career. Now we have new funding to support those considering a career ashore. The new Coming Ashore project will fund professional guidance, mentoring and work experience opportunities for seafarers who are looking for a maritime profession on land. The issue of poor support for seafarers after their sea career was first identified in the UK as part of Project Ulysses. The project identified help for seafarers coming ashore as a key recommendation and sought to understand the skills gap and educational needs for seafarers wanting to come ashore. Marine Society’s involvement in this area fits, with its mission to support the life-long learning needs of seafarers, at sea or coming ashore. The Coming Ashore programme's goal is to identify and address additional skills and experience seafarers needed when coming ashore and then providing a pathway to ensure they are suitably equipped. We have a number of industry professionals signed up as mentors, together with partner organisations who are providing a series of podcasts that explain the range of roles shoreside. The programme is open to all ranks and nationality. Marine Society Director, Darrell Bate
27:13
April 10, 2020
About the Mentor: Steven Jones
Marine Society already supports seafarers who want to stay at sea and progress their career. Now we have new funding to support those considering a career ashore. The new Coming Ashore project will fund professional guidance, mentoring and work experience opportunities for seafarers who are looking for a maritime profession on land. The issue of poor support for seafarers after their sea career was first identified in the UK as part of Project Ulysses. The project identified help for seafarers coming ashore as a key recommendation and sought to understand the skills gap and educational needs for seafarers wanting to come ashore. Marine Society’s involvement in this area fits, with its mission to support the life-long learning needs of seafarers, at sea or coming ashore.
29:46
April 3, 2020
About the Mentor: Steve Cameron
The Coming Ashore programme's goal is to identify and address additional skills and experience seafarers needed when coming ashore and then providing a pathway to ensure they are suitably equipped. We have a number of industry professionals signed up as mentors, together with partner organisations who are providing a series of podcasts that explain the range of roles shoreside. The programme is open to all ranks and nationality.  Marine Society Director, Darrell Bate
30:03
March 20, 2020
About the Mentor: Paul Naranjo-Shepherd
The Coming Ashore programme's goal is to identify and address additional skills and experience seafarers needed when coming ashore and then providing a pathway to ensure they are suitably equipped. We have a number of industry professionals signed up as mentors, together with partner organisations who are providing a series of podcasts that explain the range of roles shoreside. The programme is open to all ranks and nationality. Marine Society Director, Darrell Bate
24:42
March 13, 2020
Introduction
The Coming Ashore programme's goal is to identify and address additional skills and experience seafarers needed when coming ashore and then providing a pathway to ensure they are suitably equipped. We have a number of industry professionals signed up as mentors, together with partner organisations who are providing a series of podcasts that explain the range of roles shoreside. The programme is open to all ranks and nationality.  Marine Society Director, Darrell Bate
21:07
March 5, 2020