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Benefits for the MAREVA Supporter

We are delighted to extend an invitation to potential supporters who are passionate about empowering underprivileged individuals and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion within the maritime industry.

As a Supporter of the Advance Certificate in Maritime Business (MAREVA), your organization has the opportunity to be at the forefront of positive change in the maritime industry and can play a pivotal role in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within the maritime industry, in promoting ESG values and aligning with several United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We believe that your organization’s involvement as a supporter can make a significant difference in the lives of individuals and communities worldwide. Together, we can create a more inclusive and sustainable maritime industry for future generations.

We would love the opportunity to discuss this further and explore how your organization can get involved as a supporter. Please let me know if you’re interested in learning more or if you have any questions.

Thank you for considering this opportunity to make a positive impact.

Become a supporter

Become a supporter

Companies, national and international organisations can become supporters of the Advance Certificate in Maritime Business., MAR-EVA

Contact Dr Katerina Konsta at kkonsta@seaworks.uk.com

Signing up as a supporter does not entail any financial obligations.

DEI

By becoming a supporter of the Advance Certificate in Maritime Business, MAREVA, your organization can play a central role in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within the maritime industry. Here’s how:

  • Empowering Underprivileged Individuals:
    • By supporting this initiative, you’ll be providing individuals from underprivileged backgrounds with the opportunity to gain valuable skills and knowledge in the maritime field. Your support can help break down barriers to entry and create pathways to meaningful employment and economic empowerment.
  • Advancing Gender Equality:
    • Women continue to be underrepresented in the maritime industry. By supporting a free maritime course that specifically targets women, your organization can contribute to closing the gender gap and promoting greater gender equality in maritime-related professions.
  • Global Impact:
    • This initiative isn’t limited by geographic boundaries. By supporting a free maritime course with a global reach, your organization can make a positive impact on communities around the world, fostering sustainable development and prosperity.
  • Brand Visibility and Recognition:
    • As a supporter of this initiative, your organization will have the opportunity to showcase its commitment to social responsibility and community development. Through logo exchanges and other promotional activities, you’ll be able to amplify your brand’s visibility while aligning with a cause that resonates with your values.
  • Building a Skilled Workforce:
    • By investing in education and training, your organization is investing in the future of the maritime industry. Supporting a free maritime course helps build a skilled workforce equipped to tackle the challenges and opportunities facing the industry, driving innovation and growth.

ESG

Your organization can play a pivotal role in promoting ESG values in the following ways:

  • Environmental Impact:
    • The maritime industry is integral to global trade but also faces environmental challenges. By supporting initiatives that empower individuals to pursue careers in the maritime sector, we can foster the development of sustainable practices and technologies that mitigate the industry’s environmental footprint.
  • Social Responsibility:
    • This initiative directly addresses social inequality by providing access to education and training for underprivileged individuals and women. Your support will help bridge the gap and promote diversity and inclusion within the maritime workforce, in line with ESG principles.
  • Governance and Ethics:
    • Partnering with us as a supporter demonstrates your organization’s commitment to ethical business practices and governance. By investing in education and skill development, we promote transparency, accountability, and fair labor practices within the maritime industry.
  • Stakeholder Engagement:
    • Supporting this initiative allows your organization to engage with stakeholders in a meaningful way. By promoting access to education and training, we contribute to the long-term success and sustainability of the maritime sector, benefiting not only your organization but also the broader community and ecosystem.
  • Brand Visibility and Recognition:
    • As a supporter of this initiative, your organization will gain visibility as a champion of ESG values in the maritime industry. Through logo exchanges and other promotional activities, you’ll have the opportunity to showcase your commitment to social responsibility and sustainability while aligning with a cause that resonates with your values.

While ESG indicators are commonly viewed as ‘non-financial’, their management within a company can indeed yield financial implications. The capital infusion into companies adhering to ESG standards has surged by 170% between 2015 and 2021.

SDGs

Supporting Advance Certificate in Maritime Business, MAREVA, for underprivileged women aligns closely with several United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It does not only align with specific SDGs (SDG 4, SDG 5, SDG 14, and SDG 17) but also contributes to the broader agenda of sustainable development by promoting education, gender equality, environmental conservation, and partnership-building. Through collective action and collaboration, supporters can make a significant impact in advancing the SDGs and creating a more inclusive and sustainable future for all.

Goal 4: Quality Education:

By providing access to education and training opportunities in the maritime sector, supporters contribute directly to Goal 4. This goal aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all, promoting lifelong learning opportunities for individuals from diverse backgrounds. Supporting free maritime courses helps bridge the education gap, empowering underprivileged individuals and women to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to pursue careers in the maritime industry.

Goal 5: Gender Equality:

Goal 5 focuses on achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls. Supporting free maritime courses that specifically target women helps address the gender imbalance within the maritime industry. By providing women with equal access to education and training opportunities, supporters contribute to breaking down barriers and creating pathways to gender equality in maritime-related professions.

Goal 14: Life Below Water:

Goal 14 aims to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development. Supporting free maritime courses helps build a skilled workforce equipped to address environmental challenges facing the maritime sector. By promoting sustainable practices and fostering environmental stewardship among maritime professionals, supporters contribute to the conservation and preservation of marine ecosystems and biodiversity.

Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals:

Goal 17 emphasizes the importance of global partnerships for sustainable development. Supporting free maritime courses requires collaboration and partnership between various stakeholders, including governments, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and the private sector. By working together to provide education and training opportunities in the maritime sector, supporters contribute to achieving shared goals and objectives outlined in the SDGs.

Become a supporter

Become a supporter

Companies, national and international organisations can become supporters of the Advance Certificate in Maritime Business., MAR-EVA

Contact Dr Katerina Konsta at kkonsta@seaworks.uk.com

Signing up as a supporter does not entail any financial obligations.

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