MareMathics – Innovative Approach in Mathematical Education for Maritime Students
Latvian Maritime Academy is participating in the project “MareMathics-Innovative Approach in Mathematical Education for Maritime Studies” co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The implementation of MareMathics project is coordinated by the Faculty of Maritime Studies in Split, under the Erasmus+ charter of the beneficiary, University of Split, Croatia. Project duration:…Vairāk
“Harmonization of on Board Medical Treatment, Occupational Safety and Emergency Skills in Baltic Sea Shipping”, the implementation of which is scheduled for the period 2016–2019.
Latvian Maritime Academy has commenced its participation in the project “Harmonization of on Board Medical Treatment, Occupational Safety and Emergency Skills in Baltic Sea Shipping”, the implementation of which is scheduled for the period 2016– 2019. There are five partners cooperating in the project: Turku University of Applied Sciences (TUAS), Finland; Estonian Nautical (ENS), Estonia;…Vairāk
INTERMAR: a plurilingual approach to maritime communication
The project No.519001-LLP-1-2011-1-PT-KA2-KA2MP has been funded with the support from the European Commission Lifelong Learning Programme for Transversal Programmes – Languages (Key Activity 2). The 7 course modules were produced during the project’s first year and tested in 8 different naval and maritime academies during 2012-2013. These are now ready for use by similar institutions…Vairāk
In this framework, the Baltic Sea countries are to prepare national implementation plans to bring effect the IMO limitations for emissions. EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive, the EU Strategy and Action Plan for the BSR and HELCOM encourage transnational cooperation between national and regional governance for coordinating various initiatives and making the Baltic Sea a…Vairāk