EMPLOYMENT: Pôle Emploi has launched the 7th edition of the Maritime and River Careers Week


During this week from March 27 to 31, 2023, Pôle Emploi is organizing the Maritime and River Trades Week with the support of the General Secretariat for the Sea, all the companies grouped together within the French Maritime Cluster and the French Navy in order to to highlight the employment and training opportunities in the sector aimed at young people in particular.

In this context, a launch took place this Monday, March 27 at the Yacht Club of Marigot in the presence of Nathalie Rubini, director of the Pôle Emploi of Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy, who did not fail to recall that the maritime trades contribute greatly to the economic development and employment of the territory. During 2022, more than 100 job offers related to maritime activities were submitted to Pôle Emploi in Saint-Martin. The attraction to the sea is evolving and many actions have been implemented in recent months, including the foundations of the blue economy, small-scale fishing training, the permanence of the navy at the Local Mission and the visit of the shipyard. by about forty young people. Riding on this wave of interest, Pôle Emploi has selected five young people for the 7th edition of Maritime Week. During the launch, several personalities took the floor: Maggy Gumbs, director of the Local Mission, Alain Richardson, 1st vice-president of the Collectivité which intends to support and finance the training of young people through schemes and which calls on socio- professionals to integrate trained young people, and Vincent Berton, delegate prefect of the Northern Islands, for whom the potential for the development of boating is undeniable with one of the most beautiful bodies of water in the Caribbean. Lisa Barrot, Deputy Director and Manager of Marina Fort Louis, was accompanied by Corrado Losi, Base Manager of Sunsail & The Moorings, Renaud Wack, Manager of Marina Anse Marcel and Benoît Duhaumene, Base Manager of Dream Yacht Charter. All insisted on the importance of providing a friendly and unique welcome, which is the heart of the nautical sector, inviting young people from Saint-Martin to become ambassadors of tourism beyond the technical aspect. Because apart from tourism, manual welding, electrical maintenance, the realization and installation of wooden frames represent the main professions in demand. After two busy days, the program remains rich: today in Galisbay, morning of discovery of trades related to port activity, protection and conservation of a marine area. At Sandy Ground this Thursday, March 30, open house at Format and visit of the Polypat shipyard with Métimer. And finally, Friday, March 31, signing of professional immersion contracts for candidates for Marina Agent training, which is scheduled to start in May 2023. _VX

Info: http://www.pole-emploi.fr/region/guadeloupe

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