Join us for our open event:
Tuesday 1st February
Humber Maritime College, Middleplatt Road, Immingham, DN40 1FN
Are you looking for a unique and rewarding career?
The international shipping industry, which is also known as the Merchant Navy, transports people and goods around the world. As an island nation, shipping is very important to each of us. You can train at Humber Maritime College to join this industry as an Officer, with our Officer Cadet programme.
If you like the idea of navigating ships, taking responsibility for people, cargo and safety or the responsibility of maintaining the ships engine room, a cadetship could be for you.
Cadet programmes last around three years and are a mixture of time in college and at sea. All training is paid for you and you will receive a weekly allowance during college and sea phases – earn while you learn!
If you are over 17 you can apply for cadet sponsorship and study a higher education qualification for free.
You will be part of an industry where no two days are the same, with a wide range of career opportunities and progression.
You will need to register to attend our open event.
An Engineering Officer in the Merchant Navy is responsible for the safety, performance and maintenance of the engine room and ship’s technical systems. To work in this role, you must be practical and resourceful and have a real interest in mechanical and electrical systems. Training will take place both onshore and at sea across five different phases. We offer the Engineering Officer HNC/HND programme, which normally takes cadets two-and-a-half to three years to complete depending on the route taken.
A Deck Officer is responsible for the safe navigation and operation of the vessel, both at sea and in port. A Deck Officer is also responsible for the safety, communications, cargo, passengers and crew management on board ship. Training will take place both onshore and at sea across five different phases. We offer the Deck Officer HNC/HND programme, which normally takes cadets two-and-a-half to three years to complete depending on the route taken.