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These are awarded to the deck and marine engineer officer cadets who have performed to the highest standard throughout their cadetship and whose overall attainment in theoretical and practical elements is assessed as being outstanding among their peers by the Academy's lecturing staff.
This is awarded to the deck cadet who has best contributed to the ideal: 'to promote excellence in navigation'.
An annual navigation award for foundation degree deck cadets is sponsored by The Royal Institute of Navigation.
2018 winnerAdam James (Ship Safe Training Group for Evergreen Marine (UK) Ltd)
This is awarded to the marine engineer cadet who has best contributed to the ideal: 'to promote excellence in engineering practice'.
This award is made to the deck or marine engineer cadet who has demonstrated exceptional motivation, effort and determination to bring their cadetship to a successful conclusion. The chosen cadet is presented with the Sword of Honour. In addition, they also receive a prize generously donated by the Warsash Association: an engraved cup, a framed certificate, and five years' complimentary membership to the Association..
Warsash cadets also win awards presented by external organisations and some of these are listed below.
This award is for the METO officer cadet who gains the highest marks in the GMDSS Radio Maintenance Certificate exam. The certificate is an integral part of the marine electrical and electronic engineering foundation degree.
2018 winnerAdam Surmon-Bohr (BP Maritime Services)
2017 winnerPhillip Corner (Royal Fleet Auxiliary)
The award is for newly qualified officers and recognises outstanding achievement in academic and professional progress, contribution to their class, determination in the face of adversity and promotion of careers at sea.
2018 winnerMatthew Gigg (V.Ships/Maritime Education Foundation)
2015 winnerDavid Barfoot (Clyde Marine Training / Wilhelmsen Ship Management)
The competition asks students to suggest an idea which they think would lead to improvements in any aspect of health and safety at sea. The project should be original, innovative and capable of implementation.
2012 winnerAndrew Kingshott (Maersk Crewing Ltd)
2010 winnerAdam Creber (BP Maritime Services)
The Merchant Navy officer's union, Nautilus UK, presents this award in rotation to the outstanding officer cadet of the year from each of the principal UK maritime training colleges in turn.
2016 winnerDeclan Rogers (Carisbrooke Shipping)
2011 winnerGraham Crawford (Viking Recruitment / Holland America Line)
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