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So, you have decided to begin your journey at sea, and you are onto the next step, discussing enrollment! By this time, you would have spoken to one of the WMI Admission Representatives to discuss the trade and where you envision your future as a deckhand. A deckhand will begin their life at sea in one of two educational streams when enrolled at WMI.
By the time our phone rings in the Admissions Office, a student has already decided that they wish to navigate the Marine Industry further. For many, this means following a lifelong passion of theirs, continuing in a friend or family member’s footsteps or possibly looking to ‘climb the ladder’ and move into a more senior role.
The CMAC represents parties with an interest in shipping, navigation and marine pollution concerns. They advise the government on issues and opportunities related to marine safety and security, and release reports each year based on findings.