Sail & Breakfast: The Working Cadet

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Date(s) - 18/05/2017
8:45 am - 11:15 am

MS-SC Royal Docks Boat Station


Succession planning is something that applies to every organisation at every level. The skills gap represents a real threat to growth and the long-term financial health of many organisations. As new generations enter the workforce, business leaders are becoming increasingly concerned about the availability of skills. Now, more than ever, we need to close the skills gap.


Is your business taking action to replenish and develop the skills needed to maintain or ascend to an industry-leading position?


Sea Cadets, with the confidence, life skills and self-discipline they develop, are in an exceptional position to support your business’s succession plans. Right now, Sea Cadets is giving the next generation a new perspective, broadening their horizons and creating possibilities. Working across the UK with 14,000 young people, they are enabling their cadets to see the world with confidence, gained through the challenge of nautical adventure.


Alongside this, Marine Society is supporting seafarers’ learning and professional development from GCSE through to postgraduate. Using innovative and pioneering technology to ensure that opportunities are open to everyone, whether on land or at sea, seafarers have the chance to progress and realise their full potential thanks to these tailored learning programmes.


Join to learn more from Mark Windsor, Director of Lifelong Learning, Marine Society & Sea Cadets and meet with the organisations representatives at this unique networking breakfast, before the chance to head out on the water yourselves!


Please note: Delegates need to wear suitable footwear and clothing to suit the weather and activity on a boat on the water.

Book your place here.