Superyacht Crew Training Course

with UKSA

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locationUK, Cowes, Isle of Wight
start date11th November 2019 & 13th January 2020
salary Training Course
accommodation includedAccommodation included
training providedTraining provided






UKSA offer the very best professional maritime training courses alongside youth development programmes to transform young people’s lives. We don't just offer certification and training, as a youth charity we can offer that bit extra and make sure we really look after our young people. Our professional careers students benefit from 1:1 mentoring, access to our careers network, realistic careers advice and help with CVs. We help over 10,000 people a year to achieve their personal best. We have a fantastic fleet, a waterfront campus, inspirational instructors and great facilities.


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UKSA's Superyacht Crew Training course is 19 days of intense learning, and is the ideal entry route into the industry. It offers the simplest and most effective way to gain entry level employment as a deckhand or crew aboard yachts of all sizes, including the largest superyachts.


ideal candidate Who are we looking for?

You must have an ENG1 seafarer medical fitness certificate to work at sea. Apart from this, there are no other pre-requisites as this is an entry-level course.


our offer What we can offer you

UKSA's Crew Training course is all-inclusive with no hidden extras. Course fees include all training, food and accommodation, examination, logbook, certification and internet access for the full duration of the course.

The course provides you with all the practical knowledge you need, plus guidance from instructors who have worked in the industry themselves. While on site you can take advantage of our indoor heated swimming pool, bar and study areas.

 


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