CEDA and IADC launch new Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure Course

Date set for 1st CEDA-IADC Course “Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure”! 1-2 December 2020, The Netherlands

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Training Programmes for Fleet Personnel

Proper training for crewmembers is essential to ensuring a healthy, safe, efficient and environmentally sensitive dredging industry.

Education webinars
Seminars, Webinars and Courses

Seminars, webinars and courses provide education for those already professionally active in the dredging industry and for those in related fields.

Higher Education and Universities
Higher Education and Universities

Higher education with degrees in specific dredging related studies are offered at only a few universities and institutions.

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Training and Education

Education and training for all personnel are prerequisites given the complexity of today’s maritime construction and dredging industries.

Video Education
IADC’s Dredging Education

To optimise your chances of successfully completing a project, you should fully understand the basics of dredging and the requirements of a dredging project. And that is what the IADC Seminar on Dredging and Reclamation is all about! IADC has , often in co-operation with local technical universities, organised this seminar since 1993 and it has been held successfully all over the world, in Delft, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Cape town, Singapore, Brisbane, Mumbai, Panama and Buenos Aires.

Education and Training for a Career in Today’s Maritime Construction Industry - Dredgers are Made, not Born
Education and Training for a Career in Today’s Maritime Construction Industry – Dredgers are Made, not Born

To maintain a highly skilled workforce, the dredging industry seeks qualified candidates all over the world and provides present employees with special career opportunities.

The Role of Education and Training in Dredging
The Role of Education and Training in Dredging

At the WODCON XIV, ten panelists from various educational institutions and the dredging industry discussed the need for improved training opportunities.