This event successfully concluded on Tuesday 25 October 2022 at Le Fevre High School, Adelaide
Le Fevre High School, Adelaide, South Australia
Tuesday 25 October 4.30-6.30pm
Join us for an information evening to learn about opportunities in the maritime sector.
Meet industry experts who want to connect and invest in your maritime career.
Student Recruitment Coordinator, AMC
The Maritime Immersion Camp is an annual opportunity open exclusively to South Australian students in Years 9 - 12. This week long program is offered in partnership with the Naval Shipbuilding College and Le Fevre High School (Maritime Education) and includes an all expenses paid week of marine and maritime activities across South Australia and the AMC in Tasmania.
This hands on, practical camp will have you driving vessels and boats, exploring autonomous underwater vehicles, entering the simulator and driving a virtual ship, meeting university students and lecturers, taking on fun engineering activities, and learning how to survive at sea in a lifeboat amongst a simulated storm, plus so much more!
Design and Build
Maritime Engineers are specialist engineers charged with the design and construction of shipping, submarines, autonomous vessels, luxury yachts, navy ships, ocean renewable energy sources, marine electrical and mechanical systems, and oceanic infrastructure.
Organise and Manage
Global Logistics Officers and Managers have the specialist knowledge to work in a vast array of international industries organising large-scale global trade and keeping the world moving.
Operate and Deliver
Ocean Seafarers are navigation or marine engine experts who operate massive ships, navigate the oceans, and travel the world to safely deliver everything from raw materials to our most advanced tech.
to grow Australia's ocean energy renewables, maritime economies and shipbuilding industries.
The Australian Maritime College and Australian companies want to connect with you and invest in your maritime study and career at the Maritime Futures Event.
Register for Maritime Futures 2022 to attend the event and apply for the AMC Maritime Immersion Camp 2023.
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Australian Financial Review
August 22, 2022
The $12 million UniWave200 unit was constructed in Launceston and extensively tested at the Australian Maritime College.
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It converts the energy in ocean waves into clean and zero emission electricity.
A larger unit can be made that generates five times the amount of energy and could be placed off any coastline anywhere in the world.
ABC News Tasmania and Wave Swell Energy Website
November 9, 2021
In times of conflict and crisis, our economic sovereignty and national security are dependent on Australian seafarers working on Australian ships.
Protecting and growing Australia’s maritime sector and seafaring workforce is vital to our economic sovereignty and national security.
Federal Government Policy
January 3, 2022
Ninety per cent of world trade is sent via the oceans, and it takes specialist skills to manage this vast industry.
Global logistics and maritime management professionals are in demand around the world in diverse industries such as shipping ports, logistics, exporting and importing, freight forwarding, manufacturing and government.
Australian Maritime College
BAE Systems Australia is leading the largest ever surface ship project in Australia's defence history - the design and build of nine Hunter Class Frigates.
It will create and sustain more than 5,000 jobs at BAE Systems and the wider Australian defence supply chain over the life of the program, including up to 1,000 apprentice and graduate roles.
BAE Systems Australia Website