Seafaring

Over a million seafarers support the international shipping industry, employed as masters, officers and watch keepers and more.

As an industry that’s inherently international, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) sets minimum standards for seafarers across the globe.

In Australia these standards are enforced by AMSA, and all personnel working on board vessels in Australian waters need an AMSA-endorsed International STCW certificate.

AMC Search provides the broadest range of maritime training courses in the Southern Hemisphere, including many that help seafarers upskill and develop rewarding careers.

Many of our scheduled short courses are relevant to the seafaring sector.

Related Courses

Bespoke Training

As well as short courses, over 50% of our training is bespoke and put together to meet the specific training needs of organisations. We can carry out gap and skills analysis and design and deliver training that works for your organisation. Most of our training can be delivered in Tasmania, with accommodation provided, or at your location.

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Simulated training

Our state-of-the-art maritime simulation facilities include a Full Mission Bridge, a full-scale mock-up of a ship and its surroundings. With its advanced and immersive technology, the maritime simulation facility is used for seafaring training without the risk and cost of on-vessel training. Rather than off-the-shelf solutions, we are experts in putting together bespoke simulated training that meets your organisation’s needs.

Simulated training we’ve delivered for the seafaring sector includes ship handling for deck officers and steering certification.

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