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All webinar recordings and supporting documents will be listed below. Most of our webinars are a member benefit, if you cannot see the webinar you were looking for, you may need to Log in or register to access the Member version of this content

The information in these webinar recordings is provided as general guidance. Although British Marine tries to ensure that all of the information is accurate and up to date at the time of the live broadcasting, the information shared may have since changed. Members should review the Government’s full guidance themselves by following the links in the webinar and should keep up to date with the Government’s latest announcements. The information in these webinar recordings should not be construed as constituting professional advice and we would always advise that members consider seeking appropriate professional advice before taking or refraining from taking any action.

Apprenticeships

To mark National Apprenticeship Week, British Marine is pleased to announce that our next webinar will take place on Thursday 11th February at 11am and will focus on everything a marine business needs to know about apprenticeships. 

The webinar will be in a different format to usual, beginning with a 15-minute overview, which will be geared towards sharing and promoting the benefits of employing apprentices. The session will help employers understand the programmes available, providing information to make the right decision for their business. 
For the remainder of the session, the panellists will present the different types of apprenticeships, the funding available to assist businesses with an apprenticeship programme and will explain the marine specific standards that British Marine has developed.

The webinar will close with a Q&A and there is the opportunity to ask questions beforehand by emailing: training@britishmarine.co.uk or via social media by tagging British Marine. 

Panellists 
Blue Davies, Head of Training, British Marine 
Ulrika Lawrence, Training Executive, British Marine
Edward Crichton, Technical Executive Apprentice, British Marine

Click here for the Apprenticeships webinar

National Environmental Roadmap: A resource for industry

24th September 2020 - Launch of the Green Blue's UK Marine Environmental Facilities Directory

 

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Description

The Green Blue launched the first UK Marine Environmental Facilities Directory, a new interactive online map that clearly displays the facilities available at marinas, boatyards and harbours. The Green Blue is a joint environmental programme between British Marine and the Royal Yachting Association. 

The online facilities map provides a resource for recreational boaters looking for their nearest environmental facilities on both inland and coastal waters throughout the UK. Facilities include recycling; hazardous waste disposal; pump out stations; black water/Elsan disposal; water refill points and filtered/bunded boat wash-downs. 

Panel

  • Kate Fortnam, Manager at The Green Blue
  • James Scott-Anderson, Environment, Health & Safety Executive at British Marine
  • Mike Golding OBE, Round The World Sailor, Chairman of World Sailing Sustainability Committee & Ambassador for The Green Blue 
  • Carolyn Elder, Manager at Largs Yacht Haven, Scotland

Useful documents

30th July 2020 The Green Blue - The environmental future for marine sector businesses

 

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Description

Consumers are increasingly making choices based on the ‘green credentials’ of a business, and companies are beginning to go green for both the environmental and the financial benefits. How do they align in what lies ahead for the Marine Sector? Alongside the publication of the British Marine Environmental Roadmap for businesses and the progression of The Green Blue, this webinar focuses on raising awareness, available resources and the benefits that good environmental practice can offer.

Panel

  • James Scott-Anderson, Environment, Health & Safety Executive at British Marine
  • Phil Horton, Environment & Sustainability Manager at the Royal Yachting Association
  • Sean Strevens, Senior Partner at Cheetah Marine International Ltd.
  • Damian Foxall, Sustainability Program Manager at 11th Hour Racing Team

Useful documents