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International Day for Women in Maritime

To celebrate International Day for Women in Maritime, SMT and SMC are showing our commitment to equality in the workplace by signing up to Maritime UK's "Women in Maritime Pledge". Find out more about our insight into women in the maritime sector in the article below. https://shipmanagementinternational.com/stream-marine-training-pledges-its-support-for-diversity-in-the-workplace-on-the-first-international-day-for-women-in-maritime/

The BMA have approved SMT for the delivery of Basic (BIGF) and Advanced (AIGF) Training for Service on Ships using Fuels Covered within the IGF Code

The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) have approved Stream Marine Training (SMT) to deliver Basic Training for Service on Ships using Fuels Covered within the IGF Code online by webinar. Following delivery of a pilot course in March 2022 The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) have approved Stream Marine Training (SMT) to deliver Basic Training for Service on Ships using Fuels Covered within the IGF Code online by webinar. Full details (Read More...)

SMC Cadet Nominated for Bevis Minter Award

One of Stream Marine Careers managed Cadet's was recently nominated for a prestigious award. Deck Cadet Gytis Kontrimas was nominated for the Bevis Minter award. Gytis is currently a phase three deck Cadet sponsored by Solstad Offshore and studying at The Scottish Maritime Academy in Peterhead. Gytis was nominated for the award by his College, The Scottish Maritime Academy. Gytis was nominated for his determination and hard work (Read More...)

SMT is Leading the World in Dealing with Alternative Fuels

Stream Marine Training are expanding their course catalogue, with innovation being the key focus. Due to popular demand, SMT are launching a one-day safety and awareness course for vessels carrying vehicles which are powered by batteries. As a fast growing new vehicle fuel source, shipping companies are set to have new challenges around the dangers posed by lithium – ion batteries. It has been found that vessel fires (Read More...)

Sea Cadets Train at SMT

This weekend at SMT saw a special visit from the Glasgow Sea Cadets.  Normally based at City of Glasgow College and Clydebank, the Sea Cadets made their way to both Stream Marine’s Training facilities at Glasgow airport and Greenock.  Making sure to follow all strict Covid guidelines, the day began with going down the Mass Evacuation Slide, and the Sea Cadets learning how to safely evacuate a ship.  (Read More...)

Katy Womersley confirmed as new Group Operations Director

Stream Marine Training Group is delighted to announce the appointment of Katy Womersley as the Group Operations Director. Katy will take over from Colin McMurray, who is joining Forth Valley College as a director in January 2022.Katy was a deck officer before coming ashore in 2005 to join Clyde Marine Training (CMT) as an STCW instructor. Having secured a role in cadet training based on her industry experience (Read More...)

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