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Coming Ashore Podcast Episode 4

Coming Ashore Podcast Episode 4 – Tech founder Nick Chubb

On Episode 4 of the Coming Ashore podcast, Andrew Cowderoy sits down with Nick Chubb, the founder of Thetius. He retraces his career that begun offshore to founding his own business on land, pointing to the power of LinkedIn as one of his stepping stones.

Would you rather listen? Listen on Spotify and ITunes or watch now on YouTube.

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Coming Ashore Podcast Episode 3

Coming Ashore Podcast Episode 3 – About the Mentor Steve Cameron

On Episode 3 of the Coming Ashore podcast Andrew Cowderoy sits down with Coming Ashore mentor Steve Cameron. Continue on to hear about Steve Cameron’s transition from a career at sea, to launching his own consultancy business. Plus, find out how to market yourself to your network and the power of asking for help when transitioning your career.

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Coming Ashore Podcast Episode 2

Coming Ashore Podcast Episode 2 – About the Mentor Paul Naranjo-Shepherd.

Andrew Cowderoy interviews Paul Naranjo-Shepherd a former Seafarer Master Mariner turned entrepreneur of tutoring company Whitehorse Maritime.

In this episode, Paul discusses how he launched a successful business ashore with no formal structures in place at the time to help his transition. You’ll hear what he learnt in the process.

Would you rather listen? Listen on Spotify and ITunes or watch now on YouTube. Episode premieres 13/03/2020.

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Coming Ashore Episode 1 – Introduction

Coming Ashore Episode 1 – Introduction

Andrew Cowderoy interviews Darrell Bate and Carla Rockson from the Marine Society. Carla is the Head of Seafarer Learning and Darrell, the Director of Seafarer Learning.

In this episode Darrell compares his career at sea in the merchant navy to his career ashore. Plus, Carla discusses the routes seafarers can take with Marine Society to help launch a career on land.

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BECOMING A MARINE SUPERINTENDENT - PART II

BECOMING A MARINE SUPERINTENDENT - PART II

Last week, Marine Society supporter Mike Wall discussed what being a Marine Superintendent entails. This week he explains what skills and qualifications you’ll need, and his pros and cons of the job.

It is preferred that the prospective marine superintendent will have a Class 1 certificate of competency from an IMO white list country with a minimum of five years’ command experience as chief engineer or master. He should have knowledge of...

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