Who should attend
Tugmasters. New and experienced.
The Seaways tugmaster – module 1 ‘tug handling’ course is an entry level tugmaster course. It is highly recommended that this course be taken in combination with the Seaways module 2 ‘undertaking harbour towage’ course and includes a comprehensive training manual and a 32 part e-learning towage theory on line programme.
SeaWays’ training is competency based to a defined standard and non-subjectively assessed, Certificates of Achievement (not attendance). A trainee must successfully pass the course to be issued a Certificate.
This training is delivered in the two quality TugSims and FMB utilising industry leading Transas Simulation’s advanced software.
20 – 24 September
29 November – 03 December
|Time||8am - 4pm|
|Study location(s)||New Zealand Maritime School|
Please contact us for more information
|Domestic fees||$8,400 (approx.)|
|International fees (NZD)||NZD$8,400 (approx.)|
School of NZ Maritime
In conjunction with Seaways
For more information email email@example.com, phone 0800 62 62 52 or enquire below.
Information is correct as at October 2019. Programme fees are based on a full-time student and may vary depending on your final selection of courses that make up your programme. To provide you with an indication of costs, the approximate fees quoted in this publication are based on the indicative 2020 fee structure. The indicative programme fees for 2020 do not include the Compulsory Student Services Fee (CSSF). The CSSF is an additional levy to your 2020 programme or course fees. Further information about the CSSF can be found here www.manukau.ac.nz/cssf. Programmes stated as eligible for free study in 2020 are based on the 2019 fee structure and subject to funding confirmation for 2020. All fees are in New Zealand Dollars. You will be advised of the current fees at the time of enrolment. All courses and programmes will proceed subject to numbers and academic approval. Manukau Institute of Technology is accredited under the provisions of the Education Act 1989. International students must study in class and will not be able to enrol for online study options.