The project; 'Fremtidens Maritime Håndværker' (FMH) is moving at a rate of knots and through good collaboration with the partners, the FMH is moving forward on its visibility among possible young future maritime craftsmen. Amongst other, this is done by participating in Copenhagen skills where FMH informed the students on the possibilities among maritime educations and gave the students a closer look into the life of an automation technician through Virtual Reality.
Furthermore, several partners and companies in Copenhagen have taken the initiative to invite young interested students inside. Lately, three large Danish workplaces, MAN Diesel & Turbo, DISA Industries A/S and DI-Teknik A/S has shaken hands upon creating a new sharing scheme. This will make it possible for interns and apprentices will develop their skills and knowledge by trying forces in the different companies, as well as simplifying the initiative for companies to take in an intern or apprentices.
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