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Maritime Industry Pathway Program

Students have successfully completed their first unit towards their Certificate II in Maritime Operations. The unit focused on basic survival skills, firefighting and work health and safety. The students gained confidence in using firefighting equipment to put out simulated situations on board a training ship. The highlight for many was a visit to the North Adelaide swimming pool to simulate sea rescue and survival skills. Below is some feedback from the students

Maritime 1. Maritime 2.


“The best part of this course was participating in the practicals
and putting out fires also using flares and the life raft drills”
“The practicals are really good and this course
was great, it was all a great experience”

Maritime 3. Maritime 4.

The Maritime Industry Pathway Program will assist students to fast track their maritime career in either marine engineering or as a deck officer.  The units of competency completed will gain credit towards a Coxswain or Marine Engine Driver 3 qualification.  The course is undertaken during Stage One of SACE and once students satisfactorily complete the course they gain 60 SACE credit points.

Students can begin expressing interest in the course next year by contacting myself or the Australian Maritime and Fisheries Academy.

Eddie Grzeskowiak, Le Fevre High School, Maritime Program Leader.

Maritime 5. Maritime 6.

  • Upcoming Events

    1. Participation Games

      February 27
    2. Student Free Day

      February 28
    3. School Photo Day

      March 2 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
    4. FAC Meeting

      March 2 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm