World-Class MCA Training

MCA deck officer training certificates are the highest qualifications in the yachting industry, and UKSA is one of the best places in the world to train for them. In fact, we’re one of the top 3 providers of MCA certificates in the yachting world.

Flexibility to suit your requirements

We know it can be hard to commit to dates until the very last minute, so we aim to be as flexible as possible to accommodate our MCA students. With several intakes per year on all of our MCA courses, students can choose to do either individual modules at times that suit them, or the whole course in one go.

We also understand the nature of the industry, so are happy to talk through the options and work out what would suit you the best.

Deck Officer (Yacht) Training

The following certificates require a combination of pre-entry requirements, training courses, assessments and sea service.

These certificates are only for experienced professionals, so if you are looking to start on your career in the industry take a look at our yacht training courses.

Why Train at UKSA

  • We are recognised throughout the industry as being world-class providers of MCA deck officer training.
  • We have expert teachers and fantastic facilities, including a simulator suite, and everything is on site.
  • Our MCA training courses are all-inclusive, meaning that there are no hidden costs or unwelcome surprises, and all of your food and accommodation is included in the price.
  • As an MCA student you’ll be in one of our premium en-suite rooms on the waterfront.
  • We don’t think you’ll find a better value training provider.

Our doors don’t close when classes end: we offer flexibility and extensive scheduling around each course, with access to our classrooms and resources in the evenings too.

So whether you’re after MCA Master <200gt/500gt,  Officer of the WatchChief MateMaster or individual MCA modules we can help. Explore these web pages or call one of our MCA course advisors today on +44 (0) 1983 203001.

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