We’re here to help seafarers realise their full potential by helping them learn new skills, gain accredited qualifications and improve welfare.
We aim to be the first in learning and professional development for the maritime community and we do this through our many partnerships. These enable us to offer tailored learning programmes that support learning and professional development at all levels, right through to postgraduate. We’re also able to deliver distance-learning programmes that are perfect for those who are unable to learn through the more traditional methods. Meanwhile our crew libraries and bookshop support seafarers through their learning and also offer a welcome escape from the pressures of life at sea.
This course teaches you the fundamentals of written English including report writing, formal letters and grammar essentials, the content is maritime-contextualised and uses seafaring language and imagery.
This course is designed as a more advanced complement to the Marine Society’s Navigation@Sea course and together they aim to take learners to the level required for the Maritime Skills Alliance MSQ Units 11 (Vessel Navigation and Tides) and 41 (Chartwork and Tides).