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NMCI Services,
National Maritime College of Ireland,
Co. Cork,

Telephone: 021-4335609
Fax: 021-4335696

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NMCI Services Capability Statement

Posted: February 15, 2016


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We are delighted to announce that we have finalised our Capability Statement which can be viewed by clicking here.  Our Capability Statement publication showcases all of our courses, facilities and capabilities here at the National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI).

The Capability Statement features information about our STCW Courses, STCW Refresher Courses, OPITO, Simulation, Port and Bespoke Courses. The brochure also includes details regarding our $100 million dollar training facility, our academic courses and Team Building.
To download your own copy today click on the following  NMCI Services Capability Statement or to view online click here.


Why not contact us for further details on upcoming courses or discuss bespoke course opportunities.

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“Our people are our most valuable asset”

Posted: February 2, 2016

“Our people are our most valuable asset”

Steve Jobs once said that “The only way to do great work is to love what you do”. – that’s why we at NMCI Services take pride in getting leading industry experts to join our team. By handpicking our team we are confident that they love what they do, have the relevant qualifications and experience, and most importantly that they want to be a part of our growing company.


Our Story

Not only do our employees love what they do but they take pride in delivering top class maritime training courses to meet the needs of both our current and prospective clients. Meeting the specific needs of that customer base enables us to gain a deeper understanding of them. Understanding their needs and wants has enabled us to grow and develop, to create specific training courses and to offer bespoke dates.

While understanding our clients and providing a top quality service has been an integral part of our ethos, we have always recognized how safety is paramount. A key motto for all staff at NMCI Services is and always will be “safety first – safety always”.

Since the development of NMCI Services back in 2008, by management of the NMCI, we have expanded. By joining forces with GAC and SEFtec we have developed our range of course offerings and have become world leaders in maritime training.


Why us?

One element of our long term focus is develop a team of highly skilled and experienced instructors who will deliver our specialised maritime training courses at our $100 million dollar state of the art facilities. Not only have we state of the art facilities but we are a center of excellence with great connectivity. Located only 9 miles from Cork Airport and 1 mile from the Port of Cork, NMCI Services is located on a 10 acre site overlooking Cork harbor – a world class facility on Europe’s doorstep.

As we grow, our team is expanding; we want to have the best in industry on board. Not only are we a great company to work for, but we are continuously developing and meeting the needs of our customer base.



Follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn today to kick-start your career with us. Remember, “Our people are our most valuable asset” so let us be your first port of call for a career in the maritime sector.


What our Instructors have to say about us;

“I’ve been working with NMCI Services for a while now and I have to say that the staff are a great bunch of people to work with. I like how I get to interact with so many different people on a daily basis due to the vast amount of short courses we offer here”.


“I like being able to assist people to create a safer environment for them at sea” .


“I really like my position as an instructor within NMCI Services due to the fact that everyday, even though I walk through the same door and enter the same office, it brings me new adventures. I get to meet and be influenced by new people, new traditions and new experiences. The other main reason I love working here is the people and the staff”.

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Video footage from RTÉ 2’s “Tested on Humans” program

Posted: January 4, 2016

Tested On Humans, RTÉ 2

We were delighted to be involved in the filming of the series Tested on Humans which was aired before Christmas on RTÉ 2. Claire and Keith took the Helicopter Escape Test on the episode which was aired on December 14th. Tested On Humans was a two-part series from ShinAwiL featuring two exciting test subjects radio host Keith Walsh (Breakfast Republic and The Gun Show) and model/slash daredevil Claire Tracey.

Click here to watch some of the footage taken during their visit to the NMCI.



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2016 Course Schedule

Posted: December 17, 2015



We’re delighted to announce that our 2016 Course Schedule is now available to view or download by clicking on the link above. If the course you’re enquiring about isn’t on the calendar then please contact us via: / +35321 4335609.

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Rear Admiral Nick Lambert to give lecture at NMCI, Thursday December 17th

Posted: December 14, 2015


On Thursday December 17th at 12.00 – 12.40 Rear Admiral Nick Lambert (Ret) will give a lecture in the NMCI Auditorium on the role of the Royal Navy ship HMS Endurance in the Antarctic. It should be a really good lecture and it is open to everyone so please spread the word.


Rear Admiral Nick Lambert

 Nick joined the Royal Navy as a seaman in March 1977. He gained an honours degree in Geography at the University of Durham in 1983.

He has spent much time at sea on HM Ships including Birmingham, Ark Royal, Cardiff and has commanded HMS Brazen and HMS Endurance.

He commanded the ice patrol ship HMS ENDURANCE from 2005-2007, deploying for two fascinating and deeply rewarding seasons in Antarctica. Promoted in February 2007, he commanded Task Force 158 in the North Arabian Gulf, tasked with the protection of Iraq’s economically vital offshore oil infrastructure. Thereafter he was Deputy Flag Officer Sea Training from 2008 to 2009 before assuming the role of Assistant Chief of Staff Operations and Capability Integration in November 2009 in the Navy Command Headquarters. Promoted to Rear Admiral, he became the UK National Hydrographer on 19 August 2010.

 Nick Lambert

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