Rijeka, Croatia (PortSEurope) July 12, 2020 – Rijeka port has hosted the first partnership meeting of Promoting Excellence in Skills for the Labour Market through the Institutionalization of Professional Practice in Maritime Education (PANDORA). The following necessary steps for the implementation of the main project elements were discussed at the meeting: Improvement of the existing models of professional practice implementation for the existing undergraduate and
graduate studies of the Faculty of Maritime Studies in Rijeka andImplementation of professional practice Pandora will build the institutional capacity of the college for the implementation of professional practice, improve learning models through work and acquire practical skills of students for better employability and readiness to perform jobs of the most complexity on the Croatian and world maritime market, and to improve teaching and non-teaching activities in higher education in a broader context, in order to ensure quality, efficient and innovative higher education in the long run. The project is led the University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Affairs (Sveučilište u Rijeci, Pomorski fakultet), and project partners are Adriatic Gate j.s.c., Shipyard Viktor Lenac d.d., Maersk Croatia d.o.o., Inelteh d.o.o., A-Z Marine d.o.o., Express d.o.o. and Liburnia Maritime Agency d.o.o. Adriatic Gate Container Terminal is part of ITCSI (International Container Terminal Services), a Philippines-based global developer, manager and operator of container terminals in the 50,000 to three million TEU/year range. ITSCI holds 51% of the share equity and Luka Rijeka d.d. 49%. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.