This five-day intensive course is guaranteed to teach you all you need to know to get you started in the yachting industry. You will get a clear overview of back of service, front of house, laundry, crew etiquette, administration and human resources. By the end of the course, you will be able to accurately interpret exactly what your owner or charter guests want by assessing the situation thanks to your training.
Know how to make 16 basic drinks + Variations
Will understand the concept of Mixology
Will be able to be creative with ingredients
Will be able to draw up their own menu
Will be trained in speed and efficiency
Will have a good understanding of Vodka, Gin, Rum, Tequila and Whisky
Will know how to conduct a tasting
This course will be assessed by Practical and Theory and needs a 65% pass rate
When dock walking you need to remember that you’re looking for your next job and treat it like that. It’s important to have a professional appearance whether your dock waling or having a one to one interview.
Please remember to be clean shaven, well groomed, presentable and cover any visible tattoos, Wear something smart and it does not have to be a white polo and blue shorts or blue scourt and if your dock waling try not to go around in groups.
If you are joining a Yacht for the first time it’s usually mandatory that they pay for your travel to the boat and also once you leave the boat that they pay for your flights back to where you request. Make sure this is part of your contract before you start.
If you have any questions or need any guidance on this matter please contact our office at email@example.com
So your decision is made and your off to join the Yachting industry!
So where do you start?
First and for moth you need you STWC10 Crew Basic Training.
This is a 5 day MCA approved course, and during these five days you will run through personal safety, social responsibilities, Fire prevention, firefighting, personal survival techniques and elements of first aid and security awareness.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call: Lucy +33(0)6 46 64 10 61 for more information and course dates.
Your CV should be no more than 2 pages of A4 paper and contain a nice sized coloured photo of you. This photo needs to be professional, so no sunglasses, hair needs to be neat and tidy and your photo does not have to be taken by the side of a yacht in a port.
Your CVS need to be relevant to the position you’re going for. i.e. if you’re going to a stewardess/steward job you need to really push all your hospitality, bar work, café work you have done.
If you’re after a deck role remember to add any mechanical training, or carpentry and if you have any water sports, bike riding or any other hobbies remember to add them.
And with an engineer remember to add in any electrical work, hydraulics or computer skills.
If you do need any help with your CV please do contact email@example.com and we can guide you through it all.