Recent News

02/10/2014
Clyde Marine Training was today delighted to receive the news that they have been nominated at the 2014 ROCCO Awards as Employer of the Year, with MD Colin McMurray also nominated as Business Leader...
12/08/2014
Clyde Marine Training were honoured to attend the Drumhead Service held in Edinburgh Castle to commemorate those who lost their lives during the First World War. Last week marked the 100th...
24/07/2014
Its very exciting times for Glasgow as the 20th Commonwealth Games opened last night. The Clyde Group would like to wish everyone taking part the very best of luck. #GoTeamScotland
18/07/2014
The Prime Minister has announced that John Hayes will become the new Shipping Minister, following the most thorough government reshuffle of this parliament. The move sees Stephen Hammond leave...
27/06/2014
The Merchant Navy Training Board's (MNTB) Technical Committee, held its quarterly meeting at the Clyde Marine Training offices in Glasgow, and covered the usual range of technical issues,...
29/05/2014
Support Training Officers Nicola Arnott and Danielle Campbell attended Modern Apprenticeship Fairs at Glasgow Clyde College’s Cardonald and Anniesland campuses last week. The fairs were amongst...
23/05/2014
Clyde Travel Management are the proud recipients of another travel award won at the Advantage Conference in Dubai on 24 May. Advantage is the UK Travel Consortium of which Clyde and Alba Travel...
19/05/2014
  Travelport, a travel commerce marketplace providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the $7 trillion global travel and tourism industry, and Clyde Travel...
16/05/2014
A National Strategy for Maritime Security was launched this week at the UK Chamber of Shipping by the Shipping and Armed Forces Ministers, and sets agenda for the protection of UK seafarers, UK trade...
14/05/2014
The Clyde Marine Training team have been carrying out interviews Nationally over the past few weeks and have been extremely impressed by the standard of candidates coming through. We are still...