Cadet Training - Glasgow

A Cadetship with Anglo-Eastern (UK) Ltd is the beginning of a unique and challenging career.

The recruitment of Cadets takes place at various time of the year; the main intakes are either September or January. Cadets have the opportunity to gain solid qualifications, which can be utilised in the Marine Industry both at sea or ashore. The work experience gained is wide, varied and rewarding.

If you are interested in applying for a Cadetship, please complete application form below

Entry Requirements for Deck and Engineer Cadets:

HND (Higher National Diploma):

At least 4 GCSE or Scottish Standard grades at level B or 2 in Maths, Physics or Combined Science, English Language and one other subject.

Qualifications achieved at the end of the training, Higher National Diploma in Nautical Studies or Marine Engineering and an Officer of the Watch Certificate of Competency, STCW ’95 II/1 or STCW ’95 III/1.

Foundation Degree (England) or Professional Diploma (Scotland):

120 UCAS points in unspecified "A" levels or Scottish Highers. Good GCSEs/ Scottish Standard grades in English, Maths and Physics (or Dual/Combined Science).

Qualifications achieved at the end of the training, a Foundation Degree or Scottish Professional Diploma in either Marine Vessel Operations or Marine Engineering and an Officer of the Watch Certificate of Competency STCW ’95 II/1 or STCW ’95 III/1. This route has the advantage that it can enable an Officer to further their academic studies to Honours Degree level.

The Training

Sea time includes leave time away from the vessel.

 Deck Cadet (HND) Scheme:

Phase 1 - College – 15 weeks

Phase 2 – Sea – 37 weeks

Phase 3 – College – 37 weeks

Phase 4 – Sea – 48 weeks

Phase 5 – College – 34 weeks

During the College phases Cadets study the following topics:

Bridge Watch keeping, Cargo work, Ship Construction/ Ship Stability, Celestial Navigation, Chart work, Tides and Sailings, Meteorology, Emergency Response and Communications, Marine Law and Business Management, Shipmaster’s business, Shipboard Management, MCA "Orals" preparation.

STCW’95 short courses include, Fire Fighting, Personal Survival Techniques, First Aid, Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities, Radio Communications, Navigational Aids.

At Sea Cadets put all that they have learnt at College into practice.

Engineer Cadet (HND Scheme):

Phase 1 – College – 27 weeks

Phase 2 – Sea – 25 weeks

Phase 3 – College – 30 weeks

Phase 4 – Sea – 26 weeks

Phase 5 – College – 34 weeks

During the College phases Cadets study the following topics:

Applied Mechanics and Heat, Electrics, Marine Plant, Workshop Skills and Technology, Welding, Marine Propulsion Systems, Marine Auxiliary Systems, Thermodynamics, Marine Legislation and Management, Advanced Marine Electrics, Instrumentation and Control Systems, Engineering Management, Engineering Design and Project, MCA "Orals" Preparation.

STCW’95 short courses include, Fire Fighting, Personal Survival Techniques, First Aid, Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities.

At Sea Cadets put all that they have learnt at College into practice

Deck Cadet Foundation Degree/ Scottish Professional Diploma Scheme

Phase 1 – College – 18 weeks

Phase 2 – Sea – 35 weeks

Phase 3 – College – 30 weeks

Phase 4 – Sea – 47 weeks

Phase 5 – College – 5 weeks

During the College phases Cadets study the following topics to Degree level:

Maritime Analytical Methods, Navigation, Ship Operations, Meteorology, Cargo Operations, Shipboard Management, Marine Operations, Command Management, Work Based Investigation, MCA "Orals" preparation.

STCW’95 short courses include, Fire Fighting, Personal Survival Techniques, First Aid, Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities, Radio Communications, Navigational Aids.

At Sea Cadets put all that they have learnt at College into practice.

Engineer Cadet Foundation Degree/ Scottish Professional Diploma Scheme

Phase 1 – College – 28 weeks

Phase 2 – Sea – 24 weeks

Phase 3 – College – 30 weeks

Phase 4 – Sea – 23 weeks

Phase 5 – College – 14 weeks

During the College phases Cadets study the following topics to Degree level:

Marine Propulsion Systems Principles, Marine Legislation and Management Principles, Marine Electrics Part 1 & 2, Marine Auxiliary Systems Principles Pats 1 & 2, Work Based Investigation, Workshop Skill Training, Mechanics/Thermodynamics, Ship Construction/Ship Stability, Instrumentation and Control Principles, Engineering Management, Engineering Design and Project Part 1 & 2, MCA "Orals" preparation.

STCW’95 short courses include, Fire Fighting, Personal Survival Techniques, First Aid, Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities.

At Sea Cadets put all that they have learnt at College into practice

The following Colleges undertake Cadet training:

Fleetwood Nautical Campus (Deck Cadets only) www.blackpool.ac.uk

Glasgow College of Nautical Studies www.gcns.ac.uk

South Tyneside College www.stc.ac.uk

Warsash Maritime Academy www.warsashacademy.co.uk

Anglo-Eastern (UK) Ltd recruit Cadets form a number of "Blue Chip" Shipping Companies operating Container Ships, General Cargo Ships, Bulk Carriers, Tankers of various sizes and types, Offshore ships, which include Construction, Pipe Laying, Dive Support etc.

Click here for On-line Application Form for Cadetship