|When||Monday 27th June to Friday 1st July 2022|
|Who can apply||Year 11 and 12 students (South Australian schools only)|
|Cost||No cost to students|
|Deadline||Applications have now closed for 2022|
Do you love the water and want to dive into a rewarding maritime career?
Year 11 and 12 students from across South Australia have the exclusive opportunity to set sail for a week-long learning adventure, including three days exploring their future study options at the Australian Maritime College (AMC), our national institute for maritime education, training and research in Tasmania.
With the support of the South Australian Department for Education, Le Fevre High School, the Australian Maritime College (AMC) and the Naval Shipbuilding College (NSC), 16 students will experience a program fully immersing them in the maritime sector with a range of workshop activities, industry and world-class testing facility tours, practical simulations, study pathways and career information.
The week will kick off with a tour of the Tonsley Innovation Precinct, Flinders University, NSC and BAE Systems Maritime Australia in South Australia before embarking on a three-day trip to Tasmania.
Students will be see the exciting range of career pathways available, with a strong focus on maritime engineering, naval architecture and shipbuilding.
The AMC visit will also introduce students to other maritime opportunities such as maritime operations, global logistics, supply chain and seafaring careers at sea.
Le Fevre High School offers maritime study and career education opportunities for students. It is through LeFevre’s established relationships with industry and partnering institutes that this fully-funded program can be offered at no cost to students.