Warsash Maritime Academy held there ‘Careers in Maritime’ virtual open day on Thursday 2nd July, which aimed to give potential cadets an insight into what a career in the maritime industry has to offer, and the training programmes necessary to qualify as a ship's navigation, engineer or electro-technical officer [...]
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One of the most exciting, and perhaps nervous, days took place for the latest intake of CMT cadets heading to Warsash Maritime Academy in September this year to begin their cadetship – Induction Day! As we are still at the initial stages of easing lockdown, however, this event had [...]
Anyone think of applying for our August / September 2020 intake and considering Warsash Maritime Academy, part of Solent University in Southampton, can get an insight of what life as a cadet may be like through their Virtual Open Day being held on Thursday 2nd July. The event will [...]
During this period of social distancing we have had virtual quizzes and even dating, but now South Shields Marine School (part of South Tyneside college) is looking to move it onto the next level with a virtual Open Day. Recruitment for the August / September intake of Deck, Engine [...]
The recipients of the annual Clyde Marine Training Cadet of the Year Award (held in partnership with the City of Glasgow College) have been named. Deck Cadet Craig Mackenzie (Northern Marine) and Engine Cadet Cameron Miller (RCL Cruises Ltd) have been nominated for the commitment and professionalism they have [...]
May 18th to 24th marks Mental Health Awareness, and perhaps now more than ever we need to take stock of our mental health and those around us and look to see how we can help one another. At CMT, we take our duty of care to cadets very seriously, [...]
Like most people, the team at Clyde Marine Training have looked on in awe as the health professionals and key workers around the UK – including mariners at sea – have continued to work the front line in an effort to combat the effects of the pandemic, and to [...]
Humber Maritime College (HMC) this week welcomed their first cohort of Deck Cadets. In light of COVID-19, the cadets will be starting their three-year programme with lessons delivered online. Opening their door in September 2019, Humber Maritime College is the UK’s newest MNTB and MCA approved Merchant Navy Cadet [...]
We were delighted to be approached by the prestigious shipping publication Ship Management International, to be involved in a feature they were producing around the future of the Merchant Navy for their latest issue, and in particular it's recruitment practices. Clyde Marine Training Director, Colin McMurray and General Manager, [...]
As COVID-19 affects working conditions for almost everyone, cadetships are continuing with support from Clyde Marine Training. Training Officers have been hosting digital group classes for Cadets and have been liaising closely with UK maritime colleges, the Merchant Navy Training Board and the Maritime Coastguard Agency to best ensure [...]