Where could a career in the maritime industry take you?
Study one of our programmes and you will open the door to a world of opportunities. The passenger, construction towage and super yacht industry need young people to be the Masters and Engineers of tomorrow.
If you love the ocean and are good at technical subjects, launch your training at the best facility New Zealand has to offer.
|Deckhands with less experience or working on smaller vessels||$34K - $55K per year|
|Experienced deckhands or those working on deep-sea fishing vessels||$45K - $90K per year|
|Masters on small vessels||$33K - $70K per year|
|Inshore fishing skippers||$40K - $80K per year|
>> Salary source from: Careers NZ | Maritime New Zealand (as at February 2018)
The following programmes are available in this area of study:
- New Zealand Certificate in Domestic Maritime Crewing (Coastal and Offshore) (Level 3) Also known as Qualified Deck Crew (Level 3)
- New Zealand Certificate in Maritime Crewing (Level 3) Superyacht Crewing This programme leads to the award of the New Zealand Certificate in Maritime Crewing (Level 3) with strands in Deck Crewing, Engineering, Passenger Services, and Superyacht Crewing
- New Zealand Certificate in Domestic Maritime Operations (Coastal and Offshore) (Level 4) Also known as Skipper Coastal and Offshore (Level 4)
- New Zealand Certificate in Domestic Maritime Operations (Skipper Restricted Limits) Level 4 Leading to award of New Zealand Certificate in Maritime Operations (Restricted Limits) (Level 4)
- New Zealand Certificate Maritime Operations with Strands in Fishing and Watchkeeping (Level 4) Also known as Officer of the Watch <500GT Near Coastal / Mate Fishing Vessel Limited (Level 4)
- New Zealand Certificate in Maritime Operations Master (Level 5) Also known as Master <500GT Near Coastal and Master Fishing Vessel Limited (Level 5)
- New Zealand Diploma in Yacht Operation (Level 6) Optional Strand in Master Yacht Also known as Chief Mate Yacht/Master Yacht (Level 6)