The embedding of quality knowledge, skills and competences into a local context takes perseverance. Having to balance culture and local context with national and international legislation and linking those to world-class best practices is always an interesting act. By doing so, we support the UN Sustainable Development Goal “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.
Not all knowledge and skills in our fields of expertise are globally available or those competences are on a different level. A good incentive for us to offer management support where needed and requested. We are aware of the fact that the development of countries in various parts of the world have a different starting point compared to that of the Netherlands.
Over the years, we have had the privilege to accept a number of management challenges presented by third parties. A wide variety of activities from whitelisting countries, legislative reviewing for the International Maritime Organization, to managing educational institutions and (simulator) training centers, have been ”placed under our wings”. With modest pride we can state that these ventures have proven to be successful.