On 2 September 2020 the Maritime Skills Commissioners met to agree the initial Scheme of Work and starting projects for the Commission.
The Scheme of Work is aligned to the objectives outlined by the Minister in the Tasking Letter. The current timeline for the Scheme of Work projects can be found below.
|MINISTER'S OBJECTIVE/S||SCHEME OF WORK/PROJECT||TIMELINE|
|1 - 7||Labour Market Intelligence Scoping Report||February - August 2020 (COMPLETED)|
|1 - 7||Seafarer Cadet Review||September 2020 - June 2021 (report launch)|
|1 - 3||Future Ports Workforce Research||Commenced December 2020|
|7||Exporting Maritime Education and Training||Commenced December 2020 - ongoing|
|4||Digital Learning||Commenced December 2020 *report delivered in March 2021|
|2 - 7||Careers in Maritime Ashore||February - May 2021 (COMPLETED)|
|1 - 7||People, Behaviours and Soft Skills||Commencing June 2021|
|1||Green Skills||Commencing July 2021|
|Current and Projected Skills Survey||Commencing late 2021|
The Maritime Skills Commission (MSC) is committed to regular and ongoing industrial engagement and we will be calling upon industry, academia and government to engage in evidence-based workshops. Whilst the MSC is not a funding body we are open to listening to ideas and will consider partnerships. If you have a project that aligns with our Scheme of Work and objectives we encourage you to make contact with a Commissioner – the MSC is comprised of Commissioners from across the breadth of the maritime sector. If you have any queries about this please feel free to contact Chrissie Clarke, Programme Manager here.
Learn more about our current projects below.