SEA CERTIFICATE FOREGERY

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SEA CERTIFICATE FOREGERY

The threat undermining the quality of training

Aims
To enhance awareness of the problems of fraudulent certificates, anti-fraud measures and to develop methods to help reduce certificate fraud.
To improve co-operation among seafarerís registers and training providers and increase the reliability in the process of certificate recognition.

ForÖ
All persons in the maritime sector involved in the verification of certificates of competency: Crew Managers, Ship Managers, Ship Owners, Agents and staff of Government Administrations, as well as training providers, third party overseas representatives of administrations who issue endorsements of recognition.

Partnership
The expertise underpinning this Pilot Project is drawn from a trans-national partnership of eight organisations that are all experts in their own fields, as listed

Partnership Links
Click on the links below to visit the organisation's website

Latvian Registry of Seamen
Latvijas Juras administracija, Jurnieku registrs
National seafarerís register
www.jurasadministracija.lv
Riga, Latvia

MSG MarineServe GmbH
Training and consultancy
www.marineserve.de
Hamburg, Germany

University of Applied Sciences, Bremen
Institute for Maritime Simulation
State training and research centre
www.uni-bremen.de
Bremen, Germany

Novikontas
Crew manager and training provider
www.novikontas.lt
Klaipeda, Lithuania

Latvijas Tirdzniecibas flotes jurnieku arodbiedriba (LTFJA)
ITF affiliated seafarersí union
www.latseaunion.lv
Riga, Latvia

Entra Agentura
Recruiting agency
www.entra.lv
Riga, Latvia

Marine Information Ltd
Maritime training and shipping consultancy
www.marine-info.co.uk
Southwater, UK

 
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