Deliverables and results from the BlueEDU project

WP1 (M1-24) Leader: NTNU (This material is stored in a restricted area)

D1.1 - Project Management Handbook (completed)
D1.2 - Partner Agreements (completed)
D1.3 - Meetings minutes
D1.4 - Management reports

WP2 (M1-6) Leader: PLI (Completed)
D2.1 - BlueEDU initial opinion study
D2.2 - BlueEDU communication and promotions guidelines

8 online videos:

WP3 (M3-8) Leader: UoS (Completed)
D3.1 - Analysis and investigations of existing studies and research-based data on skills gaps in aquaculture industry and VET supply

WP 4 (M2-14) Leader: PLI (Completed)
D4.1 - An evaluation of the derivation and application of occupational definitions to VET design and delivery in the aquaculture sector
D4.2 - Occupational standards for European cage farmed salmon, correlated to cage based production in the Mediterranean area.

WP 5 (M4-14) Leader: Guri Kunna (Completed)
D5.1 - BlueEDU European aquaculture VET inventory description of the VET system in a number of countries  
D5.2 - European aquaculture VET, identification of best practice

WP 6 (M5-23) Leader: NTNU  (Completed)
D6.1-3 report with the results for:

  • D6.1 - Qualitative analysis of skill gaps and VET needs
  • D6.2 - European salmon farming industry’s VET needs
  • D6.3 - An analysis of the European aquaculture industry’s VET needs

17 online videos with summary of BlueEDU findings:

WP 7 (M1-24) Leader: NTNU (Completed)
D7.1 - BlueEDU Quality Assurance Guideline 
D7.2 - Quality assurance during the preparation phase with engagement and dissemination activities, and D7.3 Quality assurance of surveys  with Appendix 2 - Stakeholder analysis for the Mediterranean (Excel) 

WP 8 (M1-24) Leader: NTNU (Completed)
D8.1 - Evaluation strategy guideline
D8.2 - Evaluation of project results 

WP 9 (M1-24) Leader: FEAP (Completed)
D9.1 - BlueEDU web site
D9.2 - Presentations to Industry, VET schools, Professional Organizations, and the General Public

There have been many direct face-to-fsace meetings with industry companies and VET colleges and schools. This have included

  • Producers multinational - 5
  • Producers national - 9
  • Supliers international - 3
  • SMEs from the aquaculutre sector - 17
  • Aquaculture associations - 9
  • All FEAP member organzations have been engaged thorugh the FEAP General Assembnly meetings
  • UNESCO-UNEVOC head quarter in Bonn - 2 meetings
  • VET schools and colleges - 38 in 7 countries offering aquaculture VET
  • 8 articles in aquaculkturte and trade journals, newspapers et.c

D9.3 - Informational Leaflet and Poster

D9.4 - Publications to Thematic Networks 
D9.5 - Action plan for European VET innovation and the harmonisation of qualifications


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