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Training at the heart of Seawork

The Training and Careers Pavilion, sponsored by Jobs in Maritime, offers a dedicated area for those looking to develop skills and learning.

Seawork is always a “must visit” exhibition for young people looking to enter the commercial marine industry and anyone exploring new horizons in training, employment and education.

Located in the Pacific Hall the Pavilion features a networking lounge and hub of related stands including Jobs in Maritime, Solent University, SeaRegs Training and You & Sea.

Visitors can also follow the Maritime Training Trail, giving a pathway to further stands in the training and careers sector.

Sezen Zeki, Managing Director, Jobs in Maritime says, “Jobs in Maritime Ltd is delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Training & Careers Pavilion at Seawork. We are looking forward to showcasing the diverse range of careers and training opportunities that the Maritime Sector has to offer. You can also visit our training partners who are exhibiting alongside us, Lloyds Maritime Academy and the National Maritime Training Centre who will both be showcasing the latest training opportunities in the Maritime sector.”

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