Marine Society and SeaRegs in apprentice partnership

A new partnership for the provision of maritime apprenticeships has been unveiled by the the Marine Society and SeaRegs Training.

The two organisations have announced a training partnership for Boatmaster, Workboat Crewmember and Port Operative apprenticeships across the country, including on the River Thames.

The partnership is set to have strong employer and industry connections around the country and is looking to expand numbers and geographical coverage, as demand returns, post Covid-19.

Established over 250 years ago, the Marine Society is Britain’s oldest maritime charity, serving seafarers through training, and recently became an approved apprenticeship training provider. The charity also operates the Sea Cadet units nationally, with over 400 stations and 15,000 young people involved annually.

SeaRegs Training is an independent training provider, delivering MCA, STCW, SQA and RYA professional courses and has a solid background in providing maritime apprenticeships. It says it has a proven track record of providing well-regarded training courses for the code and class vessel sector and training in ports.

Training is currently based out of fully-equipped facilities at Royal Docks Sea Cadet Boat Station in London and SeaRegs’ base and vessels at Turnchapel Wharf in Plymouth, with regular use of employer facilities, such as the Port of London Authority in Gravesend.

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