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Deck and Engineering Cadetships

  /  Deck and Engineering Cadetships

If you’re aged 17 1/2 and looking for your next big challenge, why not apply for one of our brand new cadetships?

 

What Is A Cadetship?

A cadetship is a type of programme that combines hands-on experience with formal training, to give you a degree-level qualification that you can use to build a career in the maritime industry. They’re fully-sponsored so you don’t have to pay to enroll and can take anywhere from 1-3 years to complete. Humber Maritime College is offering two unique pathways for cadets to choose from: Engineering and Navigation.

 

Engineering Cadetship

The Engineering Cadetship covers everything you need to know about working on and maintaining a ship’s engine. This program is offered as a HNC/HND (Higher National Certificate and Higher National Diploma) and is segmented into different phases. You’ll split your time between learning in our state-of-the-art training facility and gaining hands-on experience at sea. This cadetship is perfect if you’re looking to start a career in Marine Engineering.

 

Navigation Cadetship

The Navigation Cadetship is more-focused on sailing and navigating at sea, teaching you everything you need to know about operating a vessel at sea (and in port). This program is offered as a HNC/HND (Higher National Certificate and Higher National Diploma) and is segmented into different phases. You’ll split your time between learning in our state-of-the-art training facility and gaining hands-on experience at sea. This cadetship is perfect for anyone aspiring to become a ship captain.