CADET BENEFITS AND EARNING POTENTIAL

There are many benefits for cadets, both during training and once qualified. While training with Humber Maritime College cadets will benefit from the following:

Cadet Benefits

  • Fully-sponsored officer cadet programme
  • A unique, challenging and rewarding career
  • Earning a wage/training allowance while training at college and at sea
  • Training using leading-edge simulators
  • Gain seafaring and life skills
  • Career progression
  • Cadets will have access to all our facilities at the Grimsby Institute, including research facilities, sports centre and gym and refectory
  • Cadets will stay at our halls of residence during phase 1 and can opt to stay in halls during the other college phases
  • This course leads to a well-paid international career in the Merchant Navy.

Earning Potential

The Merchant Navy offers a well-paid career, with superb opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

During the cadetship, cadets can expect to earn a good salary, sometimes called a training allowance. Once qualified, cadets will become junior officers and will earn between £22,000 and £30,000 per year.

As their career develops, a marine Engineering Officer can earn between £40,000 – £80,000, depending on their experience and rank. Salaries may also be tax free through the UK’s Seafarers’ Earnings Deduction scheme.

Earning Potential

The Merchant Navy offers a well-paid career, with superb opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

During the cadetship, cadets can expect to earn a good salary, sometimes called a training allowance. Once qualified, cadets will become a Third Officer and will earn between £22,000 and £30,000 per year.

As their career develops, a Deck Officer can earn between £40,000 – £80,000, depending on their experience and rank. Salaries may also be tax free through the UK’s Seafarers’ Earnings Deduction scheme.

Engineering Cadetship

Earning Potential

The Merchant Navy offers a well-paid career, with superb opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

During the cadetship, cadets can expect to earn a good salary, sometimes called a training allowance. Once qualified, cadets will become junior officers and will earn between £22,000 and £30,000 per year.

As their career develops, a marine Engineering Officer can earn between £40,000 – £80,000, depending on their experience and rank. Salaries may also be tax free through the UK’s Seafarers’ Earnings Deduction scheme.

Navigation Cadetship

Earning Potential

The Merchant Navy offers a well-paid career, with superb opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

During the cadetship, cadets can expect to earn a good salary, sometimes called a training allowance. Once qualified, cadets will become a Third Officer and will earn between £22,000 and £30,000 per year.

As their career develops, a Deck Officer can earn between £40,000 – £80,000, depending on their experience and rank. Salaries may also be tax free through the UK’s Seafarers’ Earnings Deduction scheme.

Entry Requirements

All cadets are required to gain 12 months’ combined seagoing service and workshop skills training. There will be a range of assessment methods used throughout the cadetship.

Apply

Please apply directly to us, we will then pass on your application form to your preferred training management company.