Tidal Tuesday 2020
Careers at Sea sponsoring National Careers Week – 2nd to 7th March 2020
#TidalTuesday 3 March 2020
Images courtesy of Humber Maritime College and Warsash School of Maritime Science and Engineering (part of Southampton Solent University) (left to right) (please check permission before using photos)
Our Careers at Sea Ambassadors visit schools, colleges and youth groups around the UK speaking about career pathways in the Merchant Navy. Last year, they made over 150 visits!
Find out more here and look out for our ‘Meet our Ambassadors’ posts on social media (links below)
Keep watch for updates, information and guidance towards your own career in the Merchant Navy
What is it like on board a ship? There are a couple of ways to find out. College open days include tours of their Ship Simulator systems where cadets and seafarers train for on board experiences. Check out the photos and get a taste of what it’s like to train as a cadet or whatever role takes your interest (info below). We’ve also got some opportunities for a ship visit! Step on board yourself, stand on the deck and look out to sea and your future career training. Contact email@example.com for further information!
Primary STEM, An Adventure at Sea
Free resources are available through the National Careers Week website, some of which were supported by Careers at Sea.
Why not visit a local Nautical College at one of their open days? Details can be found on this page
Where do you see yourself?
Images courtesy of City of Glasgow College
(please check permission before using photos)
#TidalTuesday is back by popular demand! As sponsors, we have a dedicated day for Careers at Sea – Tuesday 3 March 2020!
Check out our Social Media for the latest info
Nautical College Open Days
Interested? Want to see more? Visit one of the Nautical Colleges around the UK
Open Days can be found here
You’ll meet sponsors, those studying (cadets) and teachers and lecturers. There to answer your questions and help you find the right pathway
What Colleges are there? Find them on this page
Images courtesy of Warsash School of Maritime Science and Engineering (part of Southampton Solent University), South Shields Marine School and Humber Maritime College (left to right) (please check permission before using photos)