Alaska has more coastline than all the other United States combined. Alaska's maritime environment is one of the most challenging in the world. Safely transporting passengers and freight or carrying out commercial fishing operations in Alaskan waters requires well-qualified captains and crew members.
The goal of the Alaska Maritime Training Center is to promote safe marine operations by effectively preparing captains and crew members for employment in the Alaskan maritime industry.
The Alaska Maritime Training Center is a United States Coast Guard approved training facility located in Seward, Alaska, and offers USCG/STCW compliant maritime training. In addition to the standard courses offered, customized training is available to meet the specific needs of maritime companies. Courses are delivered through the use of our world class ship simulator, state of the art computer based navigational laboratory and modern classrooms equipped with the latest instructional delivery technologies.
Maritime Career Pathways
When it comes to working onboard boats and ships, there are a few different maritime career pathways to choose from. Sometimes one of the biggest challenges is figuring where to start and which pathway is best for you.
AMTC has developed three common maritime career pathways. These pathways offer a logical flow of courses that mariners will need to complete to become an approved USCG Merchant Mariner and be employable in Alaska’s diverse maritime industry. In order for mariners to complete their desired pathway they will also need documented sea service. Maritime career pathways are listed below and if you have any further questions please contact AMTC.
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