seafood & maritime training

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upskill in 2021 with [FREE] fully funded training courses...!

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Let’s face it. 2020 was a shocker!

But how about kick-starting 2021 with a FREE, fully funded training course?

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The Australian Government has created a $1 billion Job Trainer program, to help school leavers, young people and job seekers up-skill fast, try a new career and improve their qualifications. There’s no catch & they’re perfect for school leavers, young people and job seekers.

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Elements of Shipboard Safety

A fantastic entry-level course to gain access to a career onboard a commercial vessel.

This course is for anyone who works or wishes to work as a Near Coastal Coxswain, Master, Marine Engine Driver or, where stipulated, as a deckhand on a commercial coastal vessel.

what next??

Simply complete the below application form and we’ll get in touch to confirm if you qualify. Places are limited and it’s ‘first in, best dressed’ so jump in quick and register your interest today!

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why select smt for your training?

Seafood & Maritime Training (SMT) has been providing world-class education service to the Australian aquaculture and maritime sector for over 30 years.

Over this time, we have created a practical learning environment with a specific mix of hands-on learning and classroom education, that is delivered in small class sizes.

We pride ourselves on offering organisations and individual students, exceptional guidance throughout their complete training experience. This includes all of the documentation and follow-up necessary to ensure that qualifications remain current and in-keeping with changing legal requirements.

Our complete range of training and licensing are suitable for both organisations and individuals, and are delivered from our Hobart training centre and from a range of facilities all around the state of Tasmania.

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