METPROM Projesinin I. Ortaklar Toplantısı Malmö – İsveç’te Yapıldı.

During the week of 17 April, the first progress review meeting for the EU funded LEONARDO project METPROM – Modular Enhanced Training Programme for European Maritime Security Personnel – was held in Malmö and hosted by WMU. METPROM deals with the transfer of innovation into a modular and enhanced training programme for European maritime security personnel in ports. WMU is one of the core partners of the consortium led by Piri Reis University Istanbul.

The partners from The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Turkey and Sweden reported about their activities as well as the outcome and preliminary results of their work during the first project period. The three-day meeting included a visit to the port of Malmö to view security related objects and discuss existing challenges as well as potential ways to improve the security level.

In this work package WMU, among others, performed field studies and interviews to analyse security training in sea and airports to compare these approaches with training in other transport modes. The studies are intended to identify potential gaps and needs for harmonizing training programs for personnel assigned to security duties. Furthermore, the work of WMU aims at identifying training subjects that have potential for the integration and implementation of innovative training methods utililizing supporting tools such as e-learning or simulation-based exercises.

15 Mayıs 2013 Çarşamba
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