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Marine Society Launch Three New Learn@Sea Courses

Marine Society Launch Three New Learn@Sea Courses

The Marine Society proudly launched three Learn@Sea courses on 6 July 2021 on board the HQS Wellington in London in front of a Covid-secure audience. Those present included beneficiaries, partners and funders.

Stability@Sea, Navigation@Sea and Navigation@Sea Plus have now been added to the Learn@Sea digital learning suite to make up 15 courses to date. These three new technical courses are all mapped to existing SQA maritime skills...

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Marine Society apprentice shortlisted as a finalist for Mersey Maritime Apprentice of the Year award

Marine Society apprentice shortlisted as a finalist for Mersey Maritime Apprentice of the Year award

We are delighted to announce that Tom Saunders, Marine Society’s Digital Marketer Apprentice, has been shortlisted as one of the final three nominees for the Maritime UK Apprentice of the Year award at the Mersey Maritime Industry Awards 2021 .

Tom has been with the Marine Society since September 2020 and has been a fantastic asset to the team, assisting with the charity’s marketing activities for the plethora of products and expanding his...

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Coming Ashore Podcast - Philip Gregson

Coming Ashore Podcast - Philip Gregson

On the next episode of the Coming Ashore podcast, Karen Waltham is joined by Coming Ashore mentor Philip Gregson.

Would you rather listen? Listen on Spotify and ITunes. Or watch on Youtube.

Click here to find out more about the Coming Ashore programme. Where you'll find professional guidance, mentorship and work experience opportunities for transitioning to a career on land.

Karen Waltham:

Okay. Brilliant. Okay. So, hi, everybody, and...

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Marine Society: Helping Young People 'Kickstart' their Maritime Career

MSSC Launch Kickstart Scheme for Young People

The Marine Society and Sea Cadets (MSSC) has launched the first of a number of high quality placements for young people aged 18 to 24 who find themselves unemployed as a result of the pandemic.

MSSC has already taken on five trainee boat instructors at its’ boat stations around Britain – Crosby in Merseyside, Royal Docks in London and Port Edgar in South Queensferry, Scotland – as part of the government’s Kickstart Scheme to give...

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Slater Scholarship application deadline is upon us

Slater Scholarship application deadline has arrived

It’s that time of year again…

The Slater Scholarship application deadline is fast approaching with no submissions for this intake being accepted beyond 5pm on 23rd April.

These ‘gold standard’ scholarships – administered by the Marine Society on behalf of Nautilus International – offer Merchant Navy seafarers up to £18,500 towards gaining their first officer of the watch qualification or STCW Certification.

Slater Scholarships are...

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