Seafarers Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship
The Seafarers Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship at the Paul Hall Center for Maritime Training and Education, founded in 1967, provides academic and career programs for licensed and unlicensed mariners. The purpose of the school is to train, guide, and encourage mariners to pursue careers on U.S.-flagged merchant vessels upon oceans, inland and coastal waterways, and the Great Lakes. The school is run by a joint board of trustees, representing private U.S.-flag ship operators and the Seafarers International Union.
The school conducts both vocational and academic programs. Vocational programs are developed and expanded as changes in the industry or in Coast Guard regulations occur. The academic program consists of an adult basic education program, a high school equivalency program, and a two-year college program.
The courses listed below are part of the training programs for both licensed and unlicensed vocational courses. Many of the courses include hands-on training, training with simulation, and classroom instruction.
- Click the name of a course/exam to see the course/exam description.
- Click a column header to sort the results by that column (ascending or descending order).
- Click the checkbox of one or more courses to generate a printer-friendly list of selected courses/exams.