The Academy in the Northern Territory
The Australian Maritime and Fisheries Academy offers courses to Indigenous Sea Rangers and high school children at Darwin's Casuarina Senior College and Nhulunbuy High School through the Northern Territory Government's Department of Education support of our Maritime Industry Pathway.
The MIP is a course designed to provide eligble students with a opportunity to pursue a career in the maritime industry, which offers a vast array of jobs from the fishing industry, charter boats and general tourism, diving, oil rig tender vessels to on-shore operations in logistics, port control and cargo operations. For more information, click here.
AMFA's Indigenous Sea Ranger training is designed to meet their operational requirements. We offer the Certificate I in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 2 Near Coastal) or Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal) qualification as well as the Certificate II in Fisheries Compliance Support to Indigenous Sea rangers in a hands-on highly practical learning environment. For more information, contact AMFA's Northern Territory Regional Manager.
Take a look at Darwin's Channel Nine News report on our training here.
Now $600 OFF! - STCW Courses Discount Increased
The Academy has increased the $500 price reduction to $600 for the STCW 2010 Certificate of Safety set of courses. The fee for CoST course contaning PSSR, PST FPFF and SAT is normally $3300 but for anyone booking a 2017 course, a $600 price reduction to only $2700 will be offered.
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STCW students prepare for the fire fighting component of the Certificate of Safety Training course on the Academy's fire training vessel KC Campbell.