The Maritime School of Excellence (MSoE) campus in Durban operates a multi-million rand training facility. Learners on the Durban campus will engage with state-of-the-art simulators in order to gain relevant industry skills and experience. This facility has been used to train Marine Pilots and Tug Masters, and give them the skills required to meet International Standards Training, Certification and Watch-keeping requirements. There are many simulators available to learners on the campus, including a Ship Handling Simulator, RTG Crane, Ship-to-Shore Container Crane and our Terminal Operations Simulators. This provides learners with q real-world opportunity to engage with and learn about the all terminal related operations.
Additional simulators are available to the MSoE’s elite training group, including:
- Reach Stacker
- Counter Balance
- Mobile Harbour Crane
- Rail Mounter Gantry
- Straddle Carrier, and
- Truck Handling Simulator
The learning an employment opportunities that MSoE provides are available for Transnet and the South Africa Maritime Industry.
Requirements and Eligibility
Applicants can check their eligibility to join the school by contacting the Learner Administration department. The admission department also provides detailed brochures that contain course information, as well as specific course entry requirements.
Minimum Entry Requirements:
The minimum entry requirements vary with each course. However, all courses require you to have obtained a Grade 12 with:
- Level 4 English
- Level 4 Mathematics
- Level 4 Physical Sciences
As an OLE you will be focused on supporting Port and Terminal operations. In order to qualify, potential candidates must meet the minimum entry requirements:
- Hold a current Code 8/EB driver’s licence that is valid for a minimum of 3 years,
- Be familiar with technology and be able to work with a computer,
- Be medically fit to work, including be physically fit for the job,
- Be willing to work in adverse weather,
- Pass both a pre-entry and medical examination. To pass these examinations, we will assess your ability to work at heights, your hand-eye coordination and depth perception.
- Having obtained a N1-N6 technical certificate will be an advantage but not necessary.
Application information can be found in your local newspaper advertising after applications open in October. Candidates should check their local newspaper prior to applying to find relevant information. Submissions for course applications should be submitted to the appropriate Human Resource manager detailed in the advertisement for your area. The application should be accompanied by an application letter, Matric certificate, Curriculum Vitae and other supporting documentation. Applicants will be assessed after the closing date.
Please Note: External candidates from the private sector seeking to apply are required to contact the Learner Administration department directly (see details below). The administration department will assist applicants with their enrollment into the relevant course.
Opening and Closing Date
Applications will start in October and will close by October 31st, 2018. Please apply before this date to be considered for the next intake. The Maritime School of Excellence’s Learner Administration department can be contacted if you have any queries about the offer. Further information about available courses can be found on the information brochures.
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