The UK Chamber has welcomed an announcement by the Home Office to reform immigration rules for international students, extending the time limit to three years for educational courses which are below degree level but subject to MCA regulations that the applicant must spend 12 months at sea.
UK Chamber CEO Guy Platten addressed MPs and Peers in Parliament this week, during a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Maritime and Ports.
In an extract from the 2017 annual Journal, CEO Guy Platten discusses his plans to take the UK Chamber to the next level
The UK Chamber of Shipping has launched its 2017 Journal
Dr Grahaeme Henderson has been elected to serve a second term as UK Chamber President at the trade body’s Annual General Meeting.
The UK Chamber of Shipping welcomes the government’s decision to provide further help to the ...
The UK Chamber of Shipping has welcomed Government’s plans to introduce new technical qualifications, announced as part of the 2017 Budget, but raised questions as to why marine engineering is absent from the plans.
The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) has announced which companies will be able to provide verification services to shipowners as part of EU MRV Regulation 757/2015.
Staff profile: Mark Burgess Mark Burgess joined the Merchant Navy Training Board in February 2017 ...
£6000 was raised for the Mission to Seafarers at the UK Chamber of Shipping’s annual dinner, it has been confirmed.
The UK Chamber of Shipping has given its support to the next Seafarers Awareness Week, run by leading maritime charity Seafarers UK.
Photos from the 2017 UK Chamber Annual Dinner