The CoMET project was present at the Central Baltic Programme’s stand with 10 projects in Europe Day event Narinkkatori Helsinki on 9 May as well as at the Maritime Day/Sjöfartens Dag 2019 Åland. The Europe Day events aim at encouraging citizens to discover EU-funded projects near them and makes the European Co-operation visible.
2.2.2019 The Partners gathered together in Tallinn
The Project Group second period meeting took place in Tallinn on 31.1-1.2.2019.
Kadi Kasepõld presented Estonian Maritime Academy, EMERA and their simulators. The work has started and proceeds as planned. The Work Groups have met between each other. The simulators connection meeting took place in Tallinn 10.10.2018, the visit to project partners simulation centers at Aboa Mare and EMERA and Cargo handling team in IVKHK 12/18. The second period Steering Group meeting was held on 1.2.2019.
10.8.2018 News The first period’s meetings in Turku
As agreed the Project Group meetings will be held in turns, first in Finland and then in Estonia. The first period’s Project Group meeting took place in Turku on 9.-10.8.2018.
Mirva Salokorpi and Emilia Lindroos presented Aboa Mare Maritime Academy and their Training Center. Organization chart of the project was formed. The first Steering Group took place in Turku on 10.8.2018.
13.3.2018 Press release The kick-off meeting of CoMET Project
On the 12th of March, the Kick-off meeting of Comet Project successfully took place in Kotka. Comet is funded by the Central Baltic programme and will be coordinated by the South Kymenlaakso Vocational College (EKAMI).
On the 12th of March, the Kick-off meeting of Comet Project successfully took place in Kotka. Comet is funded by the Central Baltic programme and will be coordinated by the South Kymenlaakso Vocational College (EKAMI). The other partners are Kaakkois-Suomen ammattikorkeakoulu/South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (Xamk), Tallinna Tehnikaülikool/Tallinn University of Technology (EMERA), Ida-Virumaa Kutsehariduskeskus/Ida-Virumaa Vocational Education Centre (IVKHK) and Ab Yrkeshögskolan vid Åbo Akademi/Novia University of Applied Sciences (Aboa Mare).
The aim of the project is to connect maritime simulator centers across the Baltic Sea. Simulator connectivity enables students to train within same virtual learning environment where multi-cultural communication and team working are integral parts of the training. Currently cross border education between maritime education institutes and their simulator centres does not exist.
For more information please contact the Comet’s project manager Annu Jokela-Ylipiha, tel +358 44 766 4965.