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SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY

The Australian Maritime College offers a range of engagement activities to provide insights into exciting maritime career opportunities.

Follow the links below to discover how we can inspire the next generation of Australia's future engineers, ship captains, and maritime logistics specialists.


WHY STUDY MATHS?

Do you ever hear your students or your children saying “Why do I need to learn this?” or “When will I ever use this maths in real life?” We might be able to help. We offer a free 50 minute - 1.5 hour interactive session, run by one of our AMC representatives. The aims of the session are to introduce the idea of applying current curriculum maths principles to real-life maritime concepts and projects. We seek to encourage young people to continue studying maths and science and want to show how studying maths can support a rewarding career in this sector.

Learn more about our maths program

MARITIME STUDIES - GUEST SPEAKERS

Learn more about what maritime includes by inviting our AMC representatives to speak to your class, teaching cohort or special interest group. We are able to help explain more about what maritime studies and the career opportunities available looking at topics such as renewable energy in Tasmania.

    Suitable for:
  • Grades 7-12
  • Virtual or in person visits (depending on availability and location)

AMC CAMPUS TOURS

AMC offers campus tours to students, school groups and industry partners. Express your interest in a campus visit via the form at the bottom of the page.

On-campus:
Due to COVID restrictions we are limited to what we can offer on-campus. Virtual tours are now available for the following groups or on-campus requests will be accommodated on a case by case basis.

    Suitable for:
  • Career Practitioners
  • Grades 11-12
  • Industry

Virtual:
Due to COVID restrictions we are limited to what we can offer on campus. Virtual tours are now available for the following groups or on-campus requests will be accommodated on a case by case basis.

    Suitable for:
  • Career Practitioners
  • Grades 7-10
  • Grades 11-12
  • Industry

SUBS IN SCHOOLS

Re-Engineering Foundation Australia, founder of the well-known F1 in Schools program, is proud to partner with AMC to extend SUBS in School to Tasmania in 2021. To be one of the first schools to participate and join early information sessions later this year, please register your interest with us to receive the next steps in participation.

This program is focused on engaging student interest in the technology of submersible vehicles and submarines, and is built on the fundamentals of project-based learning. It is a high level STEM project where students have the opportunity to learn about complex Engineering Systems and build operational Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) or Submarines. A fundamental and key differentiator of SUBS in Schools is the requirement for students to work directly with industry partners, like the AMC, throughout their projects. The tasks faced by the students within SUBS in Schools are aligned to those faced by engineers working on real marine and maritime projects.

Learn more about Subs in Schools

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AMC STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

The Australian Maritime College has built a strong Student Ambassador Program comprising of a selected group of current students who come from all over the over the world and diverse backgrounds. These students share their stories and experiences acquired during their time at AMC. Our ambassadors are involved in many activities including but not limited to; recruitment and engagement activities, facility and campus tours and representation at expos and Boat Shows.

Meet our crew

NAVAL SHIPBUILDING COLLEGE

There is a career path to suit everyone in the naval shipbuilding industry. More than 15,000 jobs are expected to be created in Australia as part of the continuous Naval Shipbuilding Program over the next 50 years. Learn more about the future ahead for this exciting sector and hear from our AMC Alumni who share their own stories.

Learn more about naval shipbuilding careers

Naval Shipbuilding College Webinars

REGISTER HERE

Once we receive your registered interest one of our AMC representatives will contact you to talk through availability.

For further information, please contact:
AMC Outreach and Engagement Team
E:amc.marketing@utas.edu.au
T: +61 3 6324 9422