MNTB Course Recognition

An accolade of good practice in training provision The Merchant Navy Training Board (MNTB) is pleased to announce its first UK ‘Course Recognition’ award, which has been given to West Nautical Ltd. West Nautical Ltd, is a yacht management company that is providing a Yacht Captain’s Command and Control Simulator course to its yacht captains.

By |July 27th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Latest|0 Comments

Bringing maritime education back into our schools

A new future for maritime education I think most of us regret the demise of the GCSE in Nautical Studies as we entered the 21st century.  This valuable means for engaging school pupils and providing useful background and an introductory grounding into the industry was removed by the Department of Education(DoE), as it wasn’t deemed

By |May 25th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Latest|0 Comments

MNTB and UK Chamber of Shipping Apprenticeship Seminar

MNTB and UK Chamber of Shipping Apprenticeship Seminar The MNTB and UK Chamber of Shipping have backed the CBIs call to delay the implementation of the Apprenticeship Levy, due to a lack of clarity surrounding the scheme and the impact it may have on employers and existing apprenticeship programme. The levy, which is due to

By |May 20th, 2016|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

MNTB Annual Programme Review

MNTB Annual Programme Review The Annual Programme Review Seminar provides the MNTB with a platform to showcase the work they have been doing throughout the previous year on officer cadet programmes and allows companies and colleges to discuss any issues arising in depth. Officer Trainees are vocal when it comes to their training and how

By |May 20th, 2016|Categories: Latest|0 Comments

MNTB appoint new Training Development Manager

MNTB are delighted to announce their new appointment in the capacity of Training Development Manager. Ibrahim Ismail, who joins us from a previous career within Further Education, has over 14 years experience in lecturing, assessing and delivering courses, particularly in vocational learning. He has a track record as an accomplished assessor and teacher and has worked with

By |May 20th, 2016|Categories: Latest|0 Comments