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MNTB awards their first overseas maritime centre recognition to PHILCAMSAT

MNTB awards centre recognition to PHILCAMSAT, MNTB's first overseas maritime training centre to be recognised Philcamsat achieved the quality mark for the provision of gold standard seafarer training offered at their Training Centre in Manila.  It is evident that all those involved in the delivery of training at PHILCAMSAT are working to ensure all their

By |June 6th, 2019|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

MNTB welcomes UK code of practice

MNTB welcomes Maritime UK code of practice for autonomous vessels Maritime UK has launched an updated version of the industry Code of Practice for autonomous vessels. The UK Maritime Autonomous Systems Regulatory Working Group (MASRWG) published the first code of practice to global industry-wide acclaim in November 2017. The Code has been used by manufacturers,

By |November 29th, 2018|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

Careers at Sea wins two major campaign awards

Careers at Sea wins two major campaign awards https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLai9EIK5_4 The Merchant Navy Training Board’s (MNTB) Careers at Sea initiative has won two awards that recognise the campaign’s efforts to boost the number of young people entering maritime careers. The initiative’s ‘To Sea or Not to Sea’ film (above), which was launched in September, was

By |December 18th, 2017|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

To sea or not to sea

To sea or not to sea The UK Chamber of Shipping and Merchant Navy Training Board have today launched a broadcast quality advert as part of the Careers At Sea campaign, to boost the number of young people entering maritime careers. An ageing population and growth in the global shipping industry has led to an

By |September 13th, 2017|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

Ratings Seminar 10_07_17

Ratings seminar Monday 10 July 2017 Held at 30 Park Street London SE1 9EQ Chair: Kevin Slade Introductory Remarks  Kevin Slade highlighted the purpose of the seminar - Promote rating training and apprenticeships; Provide up to date information and guidance on the availability, coverage and funding for rating training and apprenticeship programmes; Identify the means

By |July 24th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Latest|0 Comments

LISW Maritime Careers

Spotlight on maritime careers: skills and careers hub The UK Chamber of Shipping, MNTB and Nautilus International have joined together to host a skills and careers hub as part of London International Shipping Week. The hub will consist of three sessions over the course of the day aiming to highlight, discuss and analyse current and

By |June 23rd, 2017|Categories: Event, Latest|0 Comments

MNTB Director OBE

MNTB Director awarded OBE The MNTB is delighted to announce that it’s Director, Glenys Jackson, was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to Recruitment and Training. Thoroughly well deserved, and a great recognition of all her work. We’re all very proud. For more information contact: Glenys Jackson 0207 417 2876 [email protected]

By |June 19th, 2017|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

Announcement of MNTB Director

Announcement of MNTB Director Following the announcement that Glenys Jackson will be stepping down as MNTB Director, the UK Chamber and MNTB are delighted to announce that Kathryn Neilson has been appointed as Glenys’ successor.  Kathryn has been a member of the MNTB Main Board for two years and is currently Manager, Safety, Compliance &

By |May 12th, 2017|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

STC wins awards

South Tyneside College wins two prestigious awards Congratulations are due to South Tyneside College who won not one, but two splendid accolades at the prestigious TES Awards last week – the FE College of the Year and the Overall FE Provider of the Year 2017.  It’s a great tribute and testament to all the hard

By |March 8th, 2017|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

MNTB welcomes new Training Development Manager

Mark Burgess blogs about his first week as our new Training Development Manager First weeks are easy because everyone is nice and wants you to do well. First weeks are hard because you can’t see the wood for the trees and it is not apparent that they are trees at all. My first week at

By |March 8th, 2017|Categories: Latest|0 Comments