East Coast Maritime Training

STCW95 Courses

East Coast Maritime Training is an approved centre to deliver basic STCW95 courses.  We can deliver Basic First Aid and Personal Survival Techniques, 

The courses are aimed at those persons/crews who wish to work in the Offshore Wind supply industry and will form part of the requirements of various wind farm companies.

As yet, the wind farm companies have not agreed on a basic certification requirement ECMT are liaising with various companies on an individual basis to deliver the training they require.  We will endeavour to ensure that any training you require can be supplied by us quickly and efficiently.

STCW Personal Survival Techniques (1 day). This course is a mandatory requirement for commercial fishermen and offshore commercial boatmen

STCW Elemenatry First Aid (1 day). This course is also a mandatory requirement for commercial fishermen and offshore commercial boatman.  

 

Funding

Non Mandatory Fishermen’s Training & The Introduction to Commercial Fishing Course

With thanks to funding from Seafish, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund we are able to deliver these courses.

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Introduction to Commercial Fishing Course

This NEW 3- week course is FREE to anyone wanting to join the Fishing Industry! The course will cover Personal Survival Techniques, First Aid, Fire Fighting, Health and Safety, Engineering, Stability Awareness, Navigation, Raft Building, Gear and Net Mending, Boat Handling, Galley Duties, Food and Hygiene, Care of the Catch, Seamanship and On Board Procedure.

Call us now for further information 01964 204044 or complete our contact form

 

Yorkshire Coast Wind Farm

The world’s largest windfarm is to be built in the North Sea 80 miles off the Yorkshire coast

Developer DONG Energy says the Hornsea-1 farm will cover more than 154 square miles and its wind turbines will be 190m tall. It will be able to power over one million UK homes with a capacity of 1.2 gigawatts and is expected to be fully operational in 2020.

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