Please see below links to FOUR vacancies being advertised by DUT. Please share with anyone who may be interested.
Please view the link above for more details on the PHASE OUT of the Maritime Studies courses offered by CPUT.
In summary, no NEW intakes i.e. S3 and S4 will be permitted in 2024 for phase out qualifications.
Please email CPUT directly for additional information, should you queries.
Seatrain CEO, Pieter Coetzer, accompanied our Grade 11 maritime bursary student, Zola Sampson, to Dubai for Africa Oil Week 2021, held at the beginning of November.
As Africa Oil Week’s 2021 Student Ambassador, Zola was asked to share his is top 5 ‘take-outs’ from the AOW event each day ..
Here they are…
Day 1. Monday 8 November – Opening session with Simon Flowers & Nicolas Terraz
Day 2 Tuesday
Day 3 / Wednesday
1. ” Flare Off” is the controlled disposal of unused production bi-products/gas and causes huge energy wastage, estimated at up to 10% in losses globally.
2. The new Brulpadda gas condensate discovery off South Africa (6 tcf) has huge potential to add to the local energy mix, expected to start delivering in 2025.
3. Advantage Barrels are high profit low input cost barrels eg. Where a new well simply taps into existing infrastructure.
4. Governments and oil producers have many different methodologies for production sharing (cost oil and profit oil), and it typically includes royalties (10%), corporate Tax (25%), levies and rentals etc.
5. The Oil Price is forecasted to rise, expected to be USD 100+ per barrel in 2022.
Thanks for all your time AOW delegates!
Seatrain is honoured to be supporting the 2021 Sailors’ Society’s Wellness at Sea Awareness Campaign. This important, 27-week campaign aims to make a real difference in the lives of seafarers, their families and shore staff and is set to play an important part in an industry-wide conversation about wellbeing and mental health.
The campaign aims to:
• empower seafarers by explaining basic principles of wellbeing,
exploring some of the most common challenges
seafarers face and giving seafarers the tools to navigate these
in a positive way.
• support seafarers, because we know that life at sea can get
tough, and having someone to turn to for support can make
all the difference. There is a wealth of resources out there
that seafarers can turn to in difficult times – for example Sailors’
Society’s helplines and chaplaincy service, which offer free
support and advice to seafarers.
• support and build the seafarer community, because no seafarer is
an island. Seafarers are connected to other people who influence
them in their work and personal life. Seafarers depend on them and
they depend on our seafarers. For us, supporting and investing in the seafarer family and the shore staff taking care of seafarers is important,
because we are confident that it can give seafarers peace of mind
while being at sea.
WEEKS 1 -3:
WEEKS 7-9: PEER SUPPORT
Peer Support group – how to join: WAS_Join_Peer_Support_Group_
WEEKS 9-11: SOCIAL WELLNESS
WEEKS 12 -15: MENTAL HEALTH, DEPRESSION
Starting with the most recent …
As per the SAMSA Marine Notice no 41, the full range of SAMSA services are available once again.
Please note the following:
Read the full Marine Notice on the link below: