Maritime and Logistics
The world as it is relies on Maritime and Logistics to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Although the ocean remains vast and unexplored, through science and technology, we have gained enough knowledge to traverse across the sea bed, transport goods and even study marine life.
Our Maritime and Logistics courses will help you study the fields that can make the most impact upon modern life. With our study options, you won’t only be focusing on a few areas but covering a variety of related topics as well. Completing our Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics Courses gives you the footing you need to get the job you want.
Plan your study pathway in maritime and logistics
Enrolling at CR TAFE will provide you with the knowledge you need to land your ideal job and accelerate in your respective field. It will also allow you to undertake continuing professional development and advance your education and skills.
We facilitate both online and face-to-face learning so you can be sure to find the learning mode that suits you and your lifestyle.
Did you know?
Australia’s marine environments support 4,000 different types of fish.
Professional Association of Diving Instructors, PADI
Reasons to study in this industry
- Employment growth for the maritime industry is expected to grow by 6.4% by 2023.
- 78% of employers in the Maritime sector reported experiencing a skills shortage in the last 12 months.
- Changes to the maritime operations require upskilling the workforce as a priority, in order to take advantage of new opportunities.
Maritime IRC Skills Forecast & proposed schedule of work, 2019
Step into an exciting career within the aquaculture industry by starting your journey studying at our state-of-the-art Batavia Coast Maritime Institute in Geraldton. Aquaculture could lead you to working in a hatchery, nurseries, or a sea cage or pond facility — even pet shops, public aquaria, zoos or other facilities with aquatic animals — in a range of environments including on and offshore culture facilities. You’ll learn about handling and harvesting stock; preparing stock for live transport; controlling pests, predators and diseases; monitoring stock and environmental conditions; maintaining and manipulating the water environment and applying chemicals and biological agents producing algal cultures; and working effectively in the seafood industry.
Be job ready with the skills and knowledge needed to take your first step on board as a deckhand or fishing hand, working on a commercial fishing boat. These skills and knowledge could also see you working on tourist or charter boats, work boats, ferries, and dive boats. You will learn about the operation of fishing gear and equipment; processing and temperature control of fishing harvests; cleaning and maintenance of equipment and vessels; handling, harvesting and sorting by catch; and much more. You will also learn a broad range of processes and procedures which may include maintaining fishing gear, operating small vessels, using deck equipment, seafood processing, and basic marine science skills.
Our Batavia Coast Maritime Institute (BCMI) campus is a state of the art, research and training facility that is complete across all things marine. Located right on the oceanfront of Separation Point in Geraldton, it specialises in providing education in the areas of aquaculture, fishing operations, coastal and marine environmental science, marine tourism, maritime operations and marine engine driving. If you’re passionate about marine science, you’ll love studying here.
The Maritime and Logistics training provided combined with our Maritime and Logistics short courses complement each other in making a great career option.
Logistics and warehousing play a vital role in our modern society. We provide a range of learning across the relevant areas of transportation, warehousing, inventory, material handling, purchasing, supply-chain and more. Course options include our shipping and logistics courses, marine radio skill set course and earning a license to operate a forklift.