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CADET. A younger brother, one trained up for the army or navy.

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It also makes us feel proud that through its Cadetship Programme, ADNATCO and NGSCO plays a great role in the country's maritime industry as some of our ex-cadets who qualified as deck officers and marine engineers are currently working at different maritime sectors in the UAE," Al Yabhouni said.
While on the cadetship, I used to work seven days a week often for 11 hours a day.
Clyde Marine are this year also offering a further opportunity for budding deck officers, through the introduction of a Degree- level Cadetship offering a BSc in Nautical Science.
The cadetship has helped me to be able to link theory to practice and apply my knowledge when on placement.
Now to be offered a cadetship is wonderful, my life is just falling into place," she said yesterday.
They began their cadetship in April last year and worked for their academic qualifications whilst developing their clinical skills through on-the-job training in community health services in Gateshead, South Tyneside and Sunderland, and on the wards at South Tyneside District Hospital.
Craig primarily focused on inspiring young people through initiatives, including the creation of start-up retail businesses for young entrepreneurs in vacant high street units, helping to bring 16 young people into apprenticeships with PD Ports and 24 young people on a cadetship programme with Tata Steel.
Her own conversion to canine cadetship came after she bought a golden retriever in 1971.
Contract Awarded for cadetship for women in science and engineering
They bring the total recruited to the cadetship programme since it started eight years ago to 51.
They will spend eight weeks with the company for weekly three-hour sessions, before leaving with an industrial cadetship.
Service at sea is an essential part of the deck cadetship courses offered by the college and provides an opportunity to practice the techniques learned in a classroom in a real working environment.