Time and place
The meeting took place 8 – 10 May 2017
in Husavik, North-West Iceland
Bente von Schindel, MOF (DK)
Hans Jørgen Vodsgaard, IF (DK)
Oskar Koivumäki, FSU (FI)
Ena Drenkhan, TFHS (EE)
Óli Halldórsson, HAC (IS)
Gréta Bergrún Jóhannesdóttir, HAC (IS)
Aim of second meeting
The aim was to evaluate the completed competence survey (WP 03) and the Competence report (WP 04), and to refine the common curricula and teaching methodology (WP 05) before implementing the series of national training courses after the meeting (WP 07).
Agenda and minutes
Husavik, May 2017
During the partner meeting in Husavik
Visit to the whale museum in Husavik
Visit to the Whale museum in Husavik
Start of the whale watching tour
Húsavík Academic Center (HAC) was founded in 2006 to promote and facilitate lifelong learning, university studies and interdisciplinary research.
The centre is located in the town of Húsavík, Iceland, but serves the whole region of the north-eastern part of Iceland.
HAC offers academic, vocational and recreational courses and study pro-grammes to people in the community in collaboration with universities and regional parties of interest, such as municipalities, labour organizations and the business community.
HAC also provides study facilities for students who live in the region and attend university or other schools at upper educational levels. HAC serves as a centre for interdisciplinary research in the region and offers its services and facilities to researchers, whether they are independent or affiliated with institutions or universities.
The facilities of HAC in Húsavík include a study room, full internet access, printing, faxing, copying and wire binding as well as a class/conference room equipped with video conferencing, a projector and other class room equipment. The facilities also include access to a bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen and dining area.
For more information - See www.hac.is/english
The geographic place of Husavik
Husavik - the whale Capital of Iceland
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