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SMarT Funding Extension

SMarT Funding Extension

02/07/2020 00:00:00 Maritime cadets will be allowed to extend their funding support given through the Maritime Training, under plans announced by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. The MCA has confirmed it will extend the Maritime Training (SMarT) Fund by up to three months for those cadets who have not been able to finish their training and gain their Certificate of Competency (CoC), within the 150-week SMarT funding period because of COVID-19.
UK Ship Register announces dedicated Greece support

UK Ship Register announces dedicated Greece support

01/07/2020 00:00:00 The UK Ship Register has announced it is to open its first overseas sales hub in Greece as part of ambitious growth plans for the UK Flag. The new venture, which will see the launch of a sales office in Piraeus, will allow UKSR to build valuable long-term partnerships with local ship owners as well as strengthen the presence of the Flag in the Greek shipping industry.
Training providers must make health and safety a priority

Training providers must make health and safety a priority

12/06/2020 00:00:00 During this challenging time we’re aware that seafarers have concerns about accessing colleges and training centres to sit written exams and complete training. However, training providers must ensure that the health and safety of those attending is a priority.   Training providers and colleges must refer to the requirements from Public Health England or the equivalent devolved body and the Department of Education before they consider re-opening as an educational setting.  MCA approved colleges and training Centres based outside of the UK must refer to guidance issued by their own administrations.
Covid-19 and Maritime Labour Issues Impact and Responses Webinar

Covid-19 and Maritime Labour Issues Impact and Responses Webinar

02/06/2020 00:00:00 Julie Carlton, Seafarer Safety and Health Manager at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), is joining the panel for the Covid-19 and Maritime Labour Issues: Impact and Responses Webinar this Friday 5 June.