Seafood Training Tasmania
Seafood Training Tasmania (STT) is a registered training organisation providing quality seafood and maritime training.
Established in 1986 by the Tasmanian seafood industry, STT aims to meet the seafood and maritime industries’ needs by delivering the right training, at the right time, and in the right location.
We have small class sizes led by trainers who still work in the industry, and we will support you from your first enquiry until you receive your licence.
We are the largest provider of Vocational Education Training (VET) to the Tasmanian seafood and maritime industries and over 90% of our students successfully complete their chosen qualification.
Coxswain Engineering (Diesel)
Deck Machinery & Lifting Appliances
Elements of Shipboard Safety
Long Range Operators Certificate of Proficiency (Marine Radio)
Marine Engine Driver Grade 2 NC
Marine Engine Driver Grade 3 NC
Master <24m NC (M5)
Master <35m NC (M4)
Seafood Training Tasmania also offers: dogging, vehicle loading crane, non-slew crane and other high risk licence courses upon request. As well as Certificates 3, 4 and diploma in Aquaculture for clients already employed in the industry. Please contact us for more details.
“Seafood Training Tasmania (STT) is our primary training provider. STT has developed a highly effective working relationship with Huon that has focused on understanding our industry, our business and our people…”
Frances Bender, Huon Aquaculture Group
“STT has done an outstanding job over many years in training our young, and not so young, seafarers to be accomplished seamen and women to work in our wild catch fisheries and aquaculture industry.”
Stuart Richey AM, Managing Director, Richey Fishing Co
“STT has been the oyster industry's primary training provider for many years. The majority of the industry uses STT's services and top quality outcomes are always achieved. “
Tasmanian Shellfish Executive Council
"Tassal is the largest Salmon producer and Aquaculture Company in Australia employing more than 720 employees. We view our partnership with Seafood Training Tasmania as critical to the ongoing success of our organisation in delivering skilled & competent people to our industry. “
Kaylene Little, Head HR, QA & Safety, TASSAL Group Ltd