Offshore Survival training

OFFSHORE SURVIVAL TRAINING - SAFETY AT SEA IS OUR PASSION

 

PROJECT MARITIME TRAINING

Project Maritime Training has been established in May 2002 in order to provide a cost-effective maritime training facility on the West Coast of South Africa.
The company co-sources with other designated persons (training group of facilitators) on larger contracts and is registered with the following institutes/organizations:
  • South African Maritime Safety Authority.
  • Chief Inspector in terms of General Safety Regulations 2(4)(d) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act No 85,1993.
  • Department of Labour, chief inspector registration no CI - 046 approved courses.
  • TETA (Transport Education Training Authority) accreditation.
  • South African Maritime Safety Authority STCW approved courses.
  • First Aid Levels I to V.
  • Department of Education.

PROJECT MARITIME YOUTH

Project Maritime Training founded Project Maritime Youth that educates the youth of the fishing communities in the West Coast.
The units are based in Cape Town and Saldanha. In addition with the local Department of Labour novices identified by the Department are placed on pre sea training courses as part of the company\'s social responsibility programme.
For every ten novices sent on training one Previously Disadvantaged Individual (PDI) is incorporated.