Careers Advice and Industry Guidance
Over the last 35 years, UKSA has built long-standing relationships with employers and industry stakeholders, plus we are constantly reviewing and updating our advice and guidance to ensure you receive only the most relevant information.
With many years of collective experience across all maritime sectors, our team live and breathe the industry – giving you the inside edge when training at UKSA. We are here to guide and support you both during your time training with us and throughout your career in the maritime industry.
All students undertaking Careers Training at UKSA enjoy the following benefits:
- One-to-one ‘industry guidance’ sessions with our experts to review your C.V., discuss interview techniques and address any concerns you may have in a confidential and supportive environment.
- Specialist ‘industry knowledge’ days to familiarise yourself with different sectors and plan a realistic overview of your potential career path, whilst appreciating the expectations of the industry.
- Exclusive access to UKSA’s Yacht Careers website, where you can apply for jobs as an existing and alumni student.
- Exclusive access to UKSA’s career open days, giving you the opportunity to meet with potential employees and network in a professional environment.
Train at UKSA and gain industry insight, expert knowledge and exclusive access to potential employers.
Train with us and gain exclusive access to our free online recruitment service and network of employers, amassed over the last 35 years. We support you throughout the application process, offering advice as an ongoing service as you continue your maritime career journey.
You’ll be able to create a profile, upload a CV and apply for suitable jobs from our online job portal. Access to this site is given as part of the careers and industry guidance programme and the service is available to you throughout your career.
I would advise anyone starting their training at UKSA to take every opportunity that’s given to you and remember there aren’t really wrong ways of doing things, just different ways, so don’t be disheartened if people disagree with you! And remember what it feels like to be new, when you’re more experienced give other new people the time you needed!
Sam Shorten -Ambassador/Watersports Instructor Training