'So where are the jobs?' - LISW skills and careers hub

  • Published:7th June 2017
  • Last updated:16th August 2017
  • Date: 12 Sep 2017
  • Start time: 10:30 a.m.
  • End time: 1:30 p.m.

UK Chamber of Shipping
30 Park Street

Discussing and analysing the future of Maritime Skills and Careers

The 'so where are the jobs?' session, as part of a wider skills and career hub, will be held on the morning of Tuesday 12 September.

This session will consist of a panel debate, audience opinion and  questions to discuss the availability and quantity of jobs for newly qualified and existing seafarers. 

Industry, consultants, government and seafarers will be represented on the panel, being invited and encouraged to start the discussion with the aim of discovering the future, growth  and support needed for future seafarer careers and skills. 

If you have trouble registering or using the above form, please click here or contact Jenny Atkinson


10.30 Registration, tea and coffee
11.00 Introduction and scene setting Marcel van den Broek, Deputy General Secretary, Nautilus International
11.15 'So where are the jobs?' Panel debate to discuss the availability and quantity of jobs for newly qualified and existing seafarers: Chaired by Jonathan Roberts, Communications Director, UK Chamber of Shipping
Seafarer Perspective
Government Perspective Rod Paterson, DfT
Management Consultancy David Rowlands, Frazer-Nash
Company Perspective Bill O'Shaughnessy, Carnival UK and Ian Hampton, Northern Marine Group
Recruitment Consultant Greg Livermore, Seamariner
13.00 Networking Lunch Sponsored by the Maritime Educational Foundation
LISW Careers and Skills Hub

The UK Chamber of Shipping, MNTB and Nautilus International have joined together to host the skills and careers hub as part of London International Shipping Week. The hub will have a number of sessions over the course of the day aiming to highlight, discuss and analyse the future of Maritime skills and careers. LISW: Skills and Careers Hub