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Guest post from our Head of Commercial Wet Course Development and Training, Ray Johnston.

Posted: September 7, 2011

Having had 22 years military experience with the Irish Naval Service, I had the pleasure of witnessing and participating in extremely effective teams.  This is the reason I decided to utilise all of my experience to create this unique and challenging Team Building package.

My colleagues and I have researched various Team Building techniques and methods across the industry.

On our Corporate Team Building days we don’t do cliché falling into each other’s arms exercises and we certainly don’t do group hugs.

But rest assured your team will get to know each other and get a chance to bond while working together in military style crisis situations. We are confident and have the experience to know that this is the best way to gel a team to create a long term impact.

The effects of traditional team building events tend to wear off within days. Whereas people don’t tend to forget who helped them manoeuvre a fast naval vessel around New York Harbour under the roof of Europe’s most advanced Maritime facilities.

What better place to create team harmony than by facing storm conditions in our environmental pool and attempting to save a ship from sinking in our Damage repair unit.

I believe the perfect way to describe the Team Building day is simply – “More adrenaline than a mortal can handle.”

At the National Maritime College we fully appreciate the importance of the often unrecognised members of the team. That is the family, and partners who provide each employee with encouragement and support daily. We encourage you dependant on numbers of course to bring them along as part of your team.

We are now delighted to offer a half day team building package of €130 per person based on 15 attendees. Why not contact us today at [+353 21 4335728] and we can tailor a team building package and price to meet your specific requirements.

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Cork Film Festival Fundraiser takes place on Cork Harbour Open Day – Saturday 10th of September 2011

Posted: August 24, 2011

Corona Cork Film Festival will host a fundraiser in association with NMCI Services and the Port of Cork on Cork Harbour Open day which takes place on September 10th at 5pm. The National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI) will host the event which is entitled ‘The Amazing Cork Maritime Experience” this will be an evening of the arts, film and entertainment.

The fundraiser includes arrival via a Harbour Cruise, a Maritime Art Exhibition, Music on the lawn, a selection of Maritime Short-Films, Guided Tours of the College’s Facilities, and finally ‘The Great Cork Boat Race’ which is a remote controlled boat races with prizes.

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Mr Simon Coveney T.D was at the NMCI to officially launch Cork Harbour Open Day 2011. This is the third year of event which aims to embrace and showcase what Cork Harbour has to offer and organisers are hopeful that the wide range of events will attract many people.

The National Maritime College of Ireland will also be opening their doors to the public on this day from 12pm – 5pm and they will be providing free guided tours of their superb facilities.

The tour includes a sea survival pool showcase that can demonstrate world class special effects that includes wave generation and strobe lighting.

The multi million euro 270-degree Kongsberg simulator will also be on show.  This will be opened to the public for the first time and is capable of simulating our very own harbour along with famous ports such as New York and Sydney harbour. These facilities are often used for Corporate Team building.

This family friendly event will also have a face painter along with local food producers set up around the campus.

A programme of events to date can be found on www.corkharbour.ie

Tickets for the fundraiser can be purchased at https://corkfilmfest.ticketsolve.com/shows/126518308/events

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