Project Objectives

🛳 The marine industry aims for more sustainable solutions and seeks new kinds of solutions through digitalisation. The LeaderSHIP project develops training pilots for new needs in the sector.  💚 The aim is for future education and training to support the green transition by reducing the carbon footprint of the sector and to accelerate the use of renewable energy sources and alternative fuels. 

Support up- and reskilling of workers in the maritime industry

A set of actions to be implemented to support the objectives of re- and upskilling the workforce of the shipbuilding and maritime technology ecosystem.

Develop an EU wide sectoral skills strategy

Define actions to be implemented for attracting people into the sector, looking at ways of mobilising collectives such as youngsters, people with experience in other sectors and women (who are still under-represented in the sector).

Dive into how different trends shape the maritime industry

Detail how major global, societal, and technological trends, such as the transition towards zero-emission technologies and ships, the use of renewable energies shape the maritime industry taking into account transport, ports and infrastructures.

Next Steps

Make use of the results of the surveys identifying and defining which occupations and related skills that are likely to emerge in the sector in the coming years and propose concrete priority actions to match future demand and supply of skills for these emerging occupations.

Discover how we will achieve these objectives:

Events & Training

Our partners

The LeaderSHIP European funded project kicked off in 2023 with these 19 partners from across Europe.