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Sea Teach S.L. is Spanish Limited Company registered and based in the Port of Cala D'or, Mallorca, Spain and is the coordinator of the project.
The company has operated within the marine sector for over 11 years both as a Sea School and as a Motor Boat Charter Business.
The Sea School is recognised by the Royal Yachting Association (RYA). The RYA is the UK's national organisation responsible for issuing certificates of competence for professionals operating vessels up to 24 meters (known as the ‘Small Commercial Vessel' (SCV) Sector).
The Sea School offers a range of both vocational training courses and adult learning courses to students who come from many different EU countries and who's ages range from 18 to 65 years.
As the Coordinator of the project, the role of Sea Teach will be to manage the project execution and monitor the work of the partnership. Sea Teach is also the expert for the UK syllabus and will work together with FNB and Seebär (who are the experts for the Spanish and German syllabi for their respective professional qualifications) in order to create and test a methodology of analysing and comparing these three syllabi.

Sea Teach S.L.
Port Petit 324
07660 Cala D'or
Tel: 0034-971648429
Fax: 0034-971648101

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Seebär GbR is a Sea School located in Hamburg, Germany. The school offers vocational training for various qualifications within the Small Commercial Vessels category alongside pleasure boat qualifications for adult students. Seebär has worked closely with the German umbrella organisations DSV and DMYV for the last 15 years and also works in cooperation with one of the largest Sailing Clubs in Hamburg.
It offers to its students the variety of being taught in either its home port or various different marine locations throughout Europe, particularly the German coast of the Northern Sea, Scandinavian Baltic Sea areas and the Western Mediterranean Sea.
The staff of Seebär therefore are on the one hand experts with regard to their own national German qualification system and syllabi, but also have a profound knowledge with regard to the diversity of rules, regulations and systems that their experience has brought them from their sail training cruising.
Seebär have been teaching in this sector for more than 15 years and therefore their role in this project will be to provide expert knowledge and analysis of the German syllabi for the qualifications in the SCV sector.

Der Seebär Lehmweg 55 20251 HAMBURG DE – GERMANY
Tel.0049 40 480 2636
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Centre for Factories of the Future’s (C4FF’s) Maritime Education division has many years of experience in developing programmes for the education and training of merchant navy officers based on the international standards. C4FF, together with other major European maritime institutions of further and higher education, have established maritime education partnerships and networks called MariFuture ( and MarEDU ( MariFuture and MarEDU have established programmes of cooperation to improve education and training practices in Europe, and go about the harmonisation of merchant navy officers education and training across Europe. The MariFuture and MarEDU networks have instigated several European and European Union Funded projects to address specific deficiencies or problems in the maritime sector and through these projects C4FF has built up a solid network of contacts at all levels within in the maritime sector.

Centre for Factories of the Future
Coventry University Technology Park
Design Hub
Puma Way
Coventry CV1 2TT
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0) 2476 236 734
Fax: +44 (0) 2476 236 734
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Danmar Computers is an organisation providing vocational training in the field of IT from year 2000. The company mainly deals with trainings, developing programs and training materials, counselling, implementation of computer systems, designing web pages, e-learning and e-business. Danmar has experience of many years of carrying out European Union educational programs including e-learning, Minerva, Lingua, Grundtvig 1, 2 and 4, LdV Pilot Projects and currently: Development of Innovation, Transfer of Innovation, LdV Partnerships, Grundtvig Partnerships and Intelligent Energy. Danmar conducts research and performs experimental and educational activities. Danmar Computers’ technical team ha extensive experience in developing modern web-based applications for use in areas of education, research, process management and PLM systems, including integration with web 2.0 environments and multimedia technologies. Danmar Computers’ mission is promoting life-long education and assuring equal opportunities of access to education for everyone with the use of modern technology and with innovative training methodologies. Within this project, Danmar Computers is responsible for creating and maintaining project web site, but also will be lead developer for Trecvet web application, one of the project main products. Danmar will also participate in all common tasks, like meetings, evaluation, dissemination and others.


Danmar Computers
ul. Hoffmanowej 19
35-016 Rzeszów
Tel. : +48 17 853 6672


The Faculty of Nautical Studies Barcelona (FNB) was founded on 1876 and actually belongs to the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. This University has 15 Faculties and schools of all engineering areas (computer, telecommunication, civil, naval, architectural, etc) and also offers courses of continuous education for both in house and e-learning study.
The Faculty of Nautical Studies offers to its students the following qualifications:

  • Diploma in Maritime Navigation;
  • Diploma in Marine Engineering;
  • Diploma in Ship Systems and Propulsion; 
  • Bachelor's degree in Nautical Studies and Maritime Transport;
  • Bachelor's degree in Marine Engineering.

The Faculty of Nautical Studies is therefore an institution that is directly involved in educating students for the marine sector within Spain and offers knowledge about requirements regarding the qualifications to operate vessels professionally within Small Commercial Vessel (SCV) sector.
The main role of FNB in this project, will be to offer expert analysis for the Spanish qualification “Patrón Profesional de Embarcación de Recreo" and its pre-qualifications.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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