PRESENTATION: TOM ANDERSON, RADM
January 10, 2020
RADM Tom Anderson spoke to the VSRA Membership at the November Luncheon
Please click here to view RADM Tom Anderson's presentationRead the full article
CNRMC Workload Estimate (as of March 1, 2019)
April 04, 2019
The following CNRMC Private Sector Workload Estimate charts and info are being provided FYI and SA should you be interested:
Please CLICK HERE to view the Workload Charts (as of 01 March 2019)
Rethinking How To Pay For Workforce Training
December 17, 2018
Interim President of Tidewater Community College, Greg DeCinque, discusses the importance of workforce education and funding. Click the link below to read more about the challenges currently being faced, the benefits of investment, as well as the committment to improvement.
VSRA Awarded OSHA Susan Harwood Training Grant
November 19, 2018
The Virginia Ship Repair Association is pleased to announce that we have received an OSHA Susan Harwood Grant to develop maritime-specific electrical hazard training.
Please click here for more information on the Susan Harwood Training Grant Program and award announcement.
Click here to view the Inside Business Article: OSHA grant will support electrical safety training for local maritime workers
Presentation - John Warren, DMME
May 01, 2018
John Warren, Director, Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy spoke to the VSRA Membership at the April Luncheon. Please click here to view Mr. Warren's presentation.Read the full article
Bill Crow Op-Ed in Virginian Pilot: Workforce Development Funding Essential
January 29, 2018
VSRA President Bill Crow provided an Op-Ed to the Virginian Pilot regarding the importance of funding for workforce development programs. Click the link below to view the full article:
Pilot Online: Workforce development funding essential for economy, national security
TCC, Virginia Ship Repair Partner for Training Program
November 15, 2017
TCC, Virginia Ship Repair partner for training program in pipefitting
From TCC Today
A new partnership between Tidewater Community College and the Virginia Ship Repair Association (VSRA) offers a Pre-Hire Training Program in Pipefitting for students seeking immediate employment in an in-demand career field.
The VSRA program is designed to help meet the workforce needs of regional shipbuilding and ship repair companies by providing hands-on training in pipefitting. Students enrolled in the program learn to install and maintain high and low pressure pipe systems and support equipment aboard waterborne or Naval vessels.Read the full article
Results: 2017 Virginia Ship Repair Awareness & Perception Survey Results
September 01, 2017
Click here to view the results of our recent public perception surveyRead the full article