Superyacht Crewing

Certificate in Superyacht Crewing Level 3

NZ 2506 course code

As New Zealand’s first and leading Superyacht qualification educator, Mahurangi Campus (MIT) continues to offer the most prestigious highest level Superyacht Crewing programme in the country.
Be taught by tutors who have extensive maritime  experience. Why settle for second when you can train with the best?
By the inclusion of internationally issued certificates from the United Kingdom’s ‘Royal Yachting Association’ (RYA), the French ‘Professional Yachting Association’ (PYA) and flag states ‘Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping’ (STCW) the MIT ‘Certificate in Superyacht Crewing’ will open up your world to a host of opportunities in the maritime industry. There is an increasing need for qualified and professional people to keep up with this ever growing industry. This qualification is your passport to an exciting career sailing the waters of the world.

Graduates are invited to join the SYC Facebook page for industry updates and employment opportunities.

Practical Training
This 12-week hands-on course involves practical experience in all areas, including fire fighting, sea survival, Power boat and jet ski, radar operation and even wine appreciation. The course also includes 5 days sail training at sea under the guidance of qualified Maritime  instructors.

Qualification:
Successful students will receive a New Zealand Certificate in Maritime Crewing (Level 3) (Superyacht Crewing) Level 3, 75 CreditsProgramme Reference: NZ2506 of:S

STCW Certificates in:
-STCW Basic Sea Survival
-STCW Basic Fire Fighting
-STCW Basic First Aid
-STCW Basic Personal Safety & Social Responsibility
-STCW Basic Crowd Management
-STCW Security Awareness Training

RYA Certificates in:
-RYA Powerboat Level 2 Certificate
-RYA Personal Watercraft Certificate (Jet Skis TM)PYA Certificates in:
-PYA Yacht Interior Introduction
-PYA Yacht Interior Basic Food Service
-PYA Wine and Cocktail Introduction

Other Certificates in:
-Maritime Radio Operator’s Certificate
-MIT Yacht Watch-keeping and Seamanship Certificate
-MIT Diesel Maintenance Certificate
-MIT Outboard Maintenance Certificate
-Food Safety Certificate
-Barista
-Liquor Social usage and Responsibility certificate
*Please note that a number of the modules are weather reliant therefore the course schedule is subject to change.

 

And Superyacht industry specialist skills in:
-Hull care and repair
-Sail care and repair
-Floristry

2019 Course Dates:
Course 1: 21st Jan – 17th  April (extended due to stats)
Course 2: 18th Feb – 16th May
Course 3: 16th June – 30th Aug
Course 4: 16th Sept – 6th Dec

Duration:
12 weeks tuition.

Class Size:
Class size is 20 (Places are limited to 20 students per programme. These courses are generally full up to 10 weeks in advance.  Please book early to avoid disappointment.).

 

 

Entry Requirement:
Must be 17 years or older at the time of course commencement.
Due to practical elements in the Fire Fighting and Sea Survival courses, all candidates should be of reasonable fitness. For the STCW component a Medical Certificate of Fitness is required from a qualified medical practitioner before being accepted onto the course. Click here to download form. Please note: This medical certificate covers Basic STCW and not advanced.2019 Fees:
Domestic students: $4209.00
*Fees may be subject to change without noticeProgramme Costs
Your program  fees include:
-All tuition
-All RYA certificate issues fees
-Student workbooks
-All PYA certificate issue fees
-Five days at sea
-Food and accommodation while at sea during the five day competent crew module.
Your program fees do not include:
-Medical costs for STCW
-Medical costs for RYA  (See medical requirements)
-Passport photographs for certificates $20.00**
-It is advisable to get your medical done with the medical practice/GP you are registered with unless you choose to obtain the ENG1 medical. Refer to medical requirements
** All external costs are approximate only and are subject to change without notice.
Medical Requirements:
All students enrolling on this qualification must seek medical clearance prior to starting the course(refer Medical form). To do this they must pass a MNZ Medical for Seafarers MR Part 34We strongly advise that this be done soon after provisional enrolment acceptance.Click here for the STCW medical form and requirements.Student Benefits:
Students loans and allowances are available for those who meet the criteria. Contact Student Services on 0800 88 99 00 for more details.Accreditation:
Yachting certificates are accredited by United Kingdom’s Royal Yachting Association (RYA) and the French Professional Yachting Association (PYA). STCW is accredited by Maritime New Zealand under the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).

Further Information & Enrolments

The Super Yacht Crew Certificate has been aligned to

New Zealand Certificate in Maritime Crewing (Level 3) Superyacht Crewing

Level 3, 75 Credits

Programme Reference: NZ2506

https://www.studylink.govt.nz/online-services/apply/help/information-youll-need-to-complete-the-online-application.html#null

Please click here to request further information and an enrolment pack.

For information pertaining to recruitment and training and general crew etiquette etc please visit Superyacht Crew Guide.