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Clyde Marine Training works hand in hand with are some of the UK’s most highly regarded nautical colleges and marine training colleges / academies.

We provide maritime trainees – both deck and engineering - with an educational environment that combines classroom and simulation learning with actual sea going experience.

Colleges that Clyde Marine Training work with include:

Our training programmes will provide you with the skills and expertise to progress through the ranks.

You could become commander of your own ship or through our marine engineering courses have the full responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the ship’s propulsion units.

Click on the links below to see details on each of the courses:

HNC/D – Deck Officer
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PHASE

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

 

Phase 1

College – Induction. STCW Short Courses including Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid, Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities and Personal Survival Techniques. Tanker Familiarisation course. Introduction to NC Shipping and Marine Operations, study skills, theoretical & practical aspects of Efficient Deck Hand.

Phase 2

Sea phase – Commence Training Record Book by means of practical tasks and written reports. Shipboard introduction, familiarisation & development of basic seamanship and seafarer skills.

Phase 3

College – Consolidate learning from phase 2. Completion of units including Chartwork & Tides, Navigational Mathematics, Meteorology, Bridge watchkeeping plus others leading to HNC. Assessment of work based learning. Efficient Deck Hand, Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft, GMDSS and Medical First Aid course. Preparation for MCA written examinations.

Phase 4

Sea phase – Continue work towards Level 3 of Training Portfolio by means of practical tasks and written reports.

Phase 5

College – Preparation for MCA written and Orals examinations. Undertake professional Short Courses including Advanced Fire Fighting, Medical First Aid, NaRasT and certification requirements Course culminates with Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) Oral examination for First Certificate of Competency.

Foundation Degree / Professional Diploma – Deck Officer
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PHASE

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

 

Phase 1

College – STCW Short Courses including Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid and Personal Survival Techniques. Induction and pre-sea safety training completed together with academic and other learning, to support work in the first sea phase.

Phase 2

Sea phase – Commence Work Based Learning projects of well defined tasks, reports and projects set by the college. Emphasis of basic familiarisation tasks.

Phase 3

College – Academic and other learning required to support work in the second sea phase.

Phase 4

Sea phase – Completion of Work Based Learning tasks reinforcing and developing theory studied in college.

Phase 5

College – Completion of learning outcomes for Foundation Degree/Professional Diploma. Undertake professional short courses and certification requirements, culminating in the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) Oral examination for First Certificate of Competency.

HNC/D – Engineer Officer
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PHASE

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

 

Phase 1

College – STCW Short Courses including Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid, Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities and Personal Survival Techniques. NC Shipping and Marine Operations, Study skills, introductory work relating to the shipping industry, marine engineering practice and MNTB workshop skills.

Phase 2

Sea phase - Commence Work based learning projects of Training Record Book including tasks and reports. Emphasis of basic familiarisation tasks.

Phase 3

College – Complete HNC Marine Mechanical Engineering. Hands-on training and assessment to satisfy MNTB Skills specification. Additional theoretical work and MNTB workshop skills, Assessment of work based learning

Phase 4

Sea phase - Completion of Training Record Book by means of practical tasks and written reports, emphasis moving from basic skills to engineering operations, duties and responsibilities.

Phase 5

College – Assessment of evidence produced during sea phase. Undertake professional Short Courses including Advanced Fire Fighting, Medical First Aid, and Proficiency in Survival Craft and certification requirements. MNTB workshop skills completed, course culminating in Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) Oral examination for first Certificate of Competency.

Foundation Degree/ Professional Diploma – Engineer Officer
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PHASE

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

 

Phase 1

College – STCW Short Courses including Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid and Personal Survival Techniques. Induction and pre-sea safety training completed together with academic, practical and other learning to support work in the first sea phase.

Phase 2

Sea phase – Commence Work Based Learning projects of well defined tasks, reports and projects set by the college. Emphasis of basic familiarisation tasks.

Phase 3

College – Academic, practical and other learning required to support work in the second sea phase completed.

Phase 4

Sea phase – Completion of Work Based Learning tasks reinforcing and developing theory studied in college.

Phase 5

College – Completion of learning outcomes for Foundation Degree/Professional Diploma. Undertake professional short course and certification requirements, culminating in the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) Oral examination for First Certificate of Competency.

Postgraduate course – Engineer Officer
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PHASE

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

 

Phase 1

College – Commence MNTB Workshop Skills course, STCW Short Courses including Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid, Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities and Personal Survival Techniques.

Phase 2

Sea Phase – Completion of Training Record Book by means of practical tasks and written reports. Completion of required seatime as advised by Maritime and Coastguard Agency via Letter of Initial Assessment

Phase 3

College – Preparation work for MCA Oral Examination and advanced safety courses.

Foundation Degree – Electro-Technical Officer
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PHASE

COURSE STRUCTURE

Phase 1

(College)

Trimester 1 - 14 taught weeks from 15 weeks

Mathematics for Electrical Engineers, Health and Safety Onboard, Applications of Power Electronics, Electrical and Electronic Principles and Systems, Engineering Science, Marine Engineering Management for ETOs.

STCW Basic training - Personal Survival Techniques, Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting, Personal Safety and

Social Responsibilities.

Trimester 2 - 10 taught weeks from 11 weeks

Mathematics for Electrical Engineers, Applications of Power Electronics, Electrical and Electronic Principles and Systems, Engineering Science, Marine Engineering Management for ETOs, Health and Safety Onboard, Electrical Control Principles. Introduction to Work Based Investigation.

ETO Workshop Skills

Phase 2

Sea phase – Commence Work Based Learning projects of well defined tasks, reports and projects set by the college. Emphasis of basic familiarisation tasks.

Phase 3

(College)

Trimester 3 - 15 taught weeks from 15 weeks

Work Based Investigation, Health and Safety Onboard, Electronic Control Principles, Electrical and Electronic Principles and Systems.

MNTB ETO Workshop Skills completed December 2012

Semester 4 - 13 taught weeks from 13weeks

Electronic Control Applications, Marine Control and Computer Systems, Electrical and Electronic Principles, Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Plant, Marine Navigation Systems Fault Diagnosis, Radio Communications, Business Management for ETOs,Marine Navigations Systems, Engineering Project and Design.

Phase 4

Sea phase – Completion of Work Based Learning tasks reinforcing and developing theory studied in college.

Phase 5

(College)

Trimester 5 - 12 taught from 14 weeks.

Electronic Control Apllications, Marine Control and Computer Systems, Electrical and Electronic Principles, Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Plant, Marine Navigation System and Fault Diagnosis, Radiocommunications, Business Management for ETOs, Marine Navigation Systems, Engineering Project/Design.

Following successful achievement of the Foundation Degree and the MCA oral examination, a non-mandatory MCA UK Certificate of Competency at operational level will be issued.

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