The Malta College for Arts, Science, and Technology (MCAST) is participating at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022.
College representatives, namely Deputy Principal for Business Development and Communications Mr Stephen Vella and Deputy Director at the Institute of Engineering and Transport (IET) Mr Eugenio Busutill are promoting MCAST as a top vocational College that offers a vast array of courses within the maritime industry.
MCAST has invested and set up a number of simulators, including a state of the art Bridge simulator, GMDSS radio communications equipment and ECDIS simulators at the Centre of Maritime Studies (CMS) in order to offer the best vocational educational training to students following maritime courses at the College.
The CMS offers a range of maritime educational programmes pegged at the different levels of the European Qualification Framework. The spectrum ranges from training required for the deck officers of ocean going vessels and super yachts, to training for marine engineering and also ancillary courses such as in the specialised field of oceanography.
The Centre is set up in a state of the art multi million euro facility through which to cater for local and international demands of the maritime industry. Training is provided through qualified and experienced lecturers with a proven track record and also fully approved by the Malta Flag under the STCW convention.
Certificates achieved through the Centre for Maritime Studies are internationally accepted and achieving MCAST certification is recognised by hundreds of students as being the best way to kick start a career in the navigation, marine engineering, management of ships as well as getting a head start when seeking to achieve an executive position within the maritime industry.
Prospects interested in following Maritime courses at MCAST’s Centre of Maritime Studies can visit this link.