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Humber Maritime College (HMC) welcomed their third cohort of Navigation and Engineering Cadets. The cadets, who are from across the UK, are sponsored through various shipping companies which are managed by Clyde Marine Training and Ship Safe Training Group. They will undertake a three-year programme which upon successful completion will see them qualify as Navigation and

We're recruiting! MODAL Training & Humber Maritime College are recruiting for three new posts; nautical science lead, safety and maritime trainer and a casual safety trainer for merchant navy cadet training, maritime and offshore safety training. More information on all three posts and to apply follow

Our navigation cadets have been working remotely since joining us in April 2020. We have asked them how they are finding their cadetship so far, and what they are looking forward to the most when we are able to welcome them onto our premises. We have received some fantastic responses from our cadets!  

We have been constantly reviewing our strategies for the delivery of courses to resume in the safest way possible for both our colleagues and customers. This afternoon we have visited our premises, and are happy to say that we comply with the requirements of staying COVID-19 secure, and our signed compliance document is shown above. If you have

We are seeking Subject Matter Experts with strong marine engineering knowledge and experience to support the course development of an online HNC Marine Engineering course. We are looking to work with marine engineers who have a demonstrable desire and passion to create world leading learning for our students You must have experience in teaching and/or curriculum development,

This week the Humber Maritime College (HMC) were pleased to welcome their first cohort of Deck Cadets. In light of Covid 19, the cadets will be starting their three-year programme with lessons delivered online. The team at HMC have worked closely with partners such as Clyde Marine training (CMT), to design a delivery model for the cadets’