Get ready for the largest international commercial marine and workboat exhibition! The 21st Anniversary Edition of SEAWORK INTERNATIONAL will be held from 3-5 July 2018 in Mayflower Park, Southampton UK.
This year staff from 54 North Maritime Training will be attending the exhibition. To discuss the all new level 3 apprenticeship programme in maritime studies (Workboat Pathway) please contact 01947 602098 or if you’re planning on attending this year’s exhibition why don’t you pop along to the Conference Centre on Tuesday 3rd July 18 during the afternoon where there will be a presentation about the new apprenticeship.
Anne and Andy will to available after the presentation to respond to any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing you there!
Seawork International is Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition. The exhibition will be held at the prestigious Mayflower Park venue in Southampton between 13-15 June 2017.
For the fourth year in a row 54 North Maritime Training will be exhibiting at this years event in Hall 3, stand T1.
Seawork is regarded as the industry’s one-stop-shop, providing buyers, legislators and influencers with direct access to the commercial marine and workboat market. The exhibition attracts over 7,600 industry professionals, 10,000 products and services, together with over 70 vessels.
If you are a professional seafarer looking to enhance your maritime qualifications or a workboat company looking to employ an apprentice then look no further, 54 North Maritime Training are here to advise and guide you every step of the way.
The four courses below make up the minimum STCW familiarisation and basic safety training requirements and can either be booked as a single programme of training over one week (normally Monday to Friday), or the courses can be booked individually.
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Chief Executive and stalwart of Whitby’s fishing industry has been named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Anne Hornigold has been awarded an MBE for services to education in the sea fishing industry.
Mrs Hornigold is the chief executive of the Whitby and District Fishing Industry Training School and lives in Whitby.
Anne said she was “thrilled” when she found out she was in line for the gong.
Mrs Hornigold said: “I went on holiday and when I came back there was a letter on the mat. I was completely gobsmacked. It was a surprise but myself and the team here have worked really, really hard.”