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Where are the Brits?

The Maritime Masters final proved again this year to be a great showcase for young talent across the maritime industry – but where are the Brits? Just one of the nine was a British student. I’m delighted to welcome talented … Continue reading

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Re-thinking apprenticeships: we should stand firm on core principles

First it was Brexit and Trump. Now we have Cornwall asking us to stay away, and Transport for London asking us not to travel unless we really have to. Where are the certainties these days? So when a civil servant … Continue reading

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What’s changed in our operating environment with the coronavirus?

As the restrictions of the last couple of months ease and our minds turn towards planning for the next phase I’ve been thinking through what’s changed in the operating environment for maritime skills. Here are eight thoughts, with a first … Continue reading

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