While studying at Humber Maritime College, cadets will stay at our halls of residence for the first phase and may choose to return for subsequent phases or rent local housing.
Cadets will use part of their training salary/allowance to pay for our accommodation. Staying in halls prepares cadets for an independent
lifestyle before going out to sea.
Cadets will be staying in Scartho Hall, which has a mix of standard and ensuite rooms – all of which are very good value. The main building is equipped with a large common room and the kitchen is supplied with fridge freezers, toasters, microwaves and kettles.
Room type and price per week:
|Large Single Standard||£89.00|
Requirements & Assessment
All cadets are required to gain 12 months’ combined seagoing service and workshop skills training. There will be a range of assessment methods used throughout the cadetship.
There are many benefits for cadets, both during training and once qualified. Once qualified as a marine Engineering Officer, cadets will normally begin as a 4th engineer and can progress to becoming a chief engineer.