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Tähelepanu !!! Registreeruda saavad ainult ELJL liikmed.

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Tere tulemast Eesti Laevajuhtide Liidu kodulehele

 

Eesti Laevajuhtide Liit (ELJL) sai mittetulundusühinguna esimese kande registrisse 25.11.2008, mida võib siis lugeda ELJL eksistentsi ametlikuks alguseks. Sellele eelnes aga mitmed koosolekuid ja arutelusid ideede sõnastamiseks ja formaalsuste täitmiseks.

Ehk siis päris algusest ... ühel mereakadeemia ajast tekkinud sõpruskonna koosviibimisest idee sündis, turgutust andis asjaolu, et esimese vabariigi aegu tegutses sarnane organisatsioon, mida nimetati tol ajal Eesti Laevajuhatajate Seltsiks. Ideele järgnes pisut uurimistööd MTÜ loomise korra kohta, võimalike huviliste kaasamine mitmeid koosolekuid ja arutelusi.

29.09.2008 toimunud koosolekul valiti esimene juhatus ja kinnitati põhikiri, kus on sõnastatud liidu tegevuse põhieesmärgid:

  • aidata kaasa merenduse arengule Eesti Vabariigis;
  • Liidu liikmeskonna abistamine ja nõustamine kutseoskuste arendamisel ja erialaste teadmiste tõstmisel;
  • Liidu liikmete kutsealaste, majanduslike ja sotsiaalsete huvide ja õiguste kaitsmine tööandjate, riigi- ja majandusorganite ees;
  • Liidu liikmete juriidiline nõustamine;
  • laevajuhi ameti propageerimine ja teadvustamine üldsusele;
  • kontaktide otsimine ja koostöö rahvusvahelisel tasemel;

Seesama kodulehekülg on üks nendest meetoditest, et valitud eesmärke täita. Liidu liikmetena avaneb sulle juurdepääs ELJL kodulehe kasutaja alale, kus jagatakse teavet liidu tegutsemise kohta, saad kaasa rääkida liidu tegevusele, siit võid leida lahenduse oma murele või vastupidi aidata oma kolleegi mõne tekkinud probleemi lahendamisel jne.

Iga liidu alustaladeks on selle liidu liikmed, niiet kallis laevajuht, kui sul tärkas huvi, siis uuri esmalt meie põhikirja ja liikmeks astumise protseduuri leiad siit. ELJL ei ole ametiühing!

ÜHTSUSES PEITUB JÕUD!


Teated liidult, lugemiseks vajuta siia. 
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