North west kent college

North West Kent College is a college of Further and Higher Education. It merged with the National Sea Training School (NSTC) in the nineties. The college is located over four sites. The two main campuses are:

  1. Public Services.
  2. Travel and Tourism.

Also Computing and Information Technology, Foundation Studies, Hair and Beauty, Office Administration, Secretarial Studies and Sport and Leisure Management are covered at both campuses.

The college has a few notable achievements; it is a leading trainer of staff for the merchant mariners and in 1999 the college was the first UK educational establishment to start a full-time Higher Education course in Professional writing.

It has Partner College status with the University of Greenwich, particularly the Greenwich Maritime Institute.

Maritime Training Programmes

The college facilitates a variety of maritime related training programs. Some of them are:[1]

  • Bridge Team and Maritime First Aid
  • Fire Fighting
  • Marine Engineering
  • Seamanship
  • and more

Notable alumni

External links

External links

  • North West Kent College official site
  • National Maritime Training Centre official site
  • Bluewater Shopping Centre, run by the College
  • Occupational Health and Safety Training Centre official site
  • Hall Training Centre
  • SusCon Sustainable Construction Training official site

Coordinates: 51°25′57″N 0°12′14″E / 51.43250°N 0.20389°E / 51.43250; 0.20389

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