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    Hi, I'm currently working on my research for an interview with Chiltern, I was wondering if I will need to know of any sponsoring companies which go through them, if so what companies go through chiltern? Thanks! Btw I'm already aware that HAL do.

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    Trinity house, Maritime London and all leisure are dealt with by Chiltern, they also have a few others. I would have a rough understanding of them by looking at their website.

    Also do a bit of research on different ship types (pax, general cargo, tankers etc) and when you go to interview you can say you are aware if the different type of ships that you could be placed on.

    They normally send you to various companies so if you get a Trinity house cadet ship you could do trips with P&O cruises, HAL, BP etc etc (the companies you get sent to vary each year and depend on who they are using at the time)
    Pilotage - It's just a controlled allision

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    • #3
      Not sure about bp. As an aspiring engine cadet they will probably expect a basic understanding of engines like the difference between petrol and diesel ignition.
      Former TH cadet with experience of cruise ships, buoy tenders, research ships and oil tankers

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      • #4
        I think BP still do for some bizarre reason lost long ago...

        Established in 1986, Chiltern was initially set up to look after Officer Trainees on behalf of a large oil company. With the first trainees progressing well, our services expanded to include the management of the Trinity House Scholarship Cadet Scheme, quickly followed by the Maritime London Officer Cadet Scholarship.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by chris View Post
          Not sure about bp. As an aspiring engine cadet they will probably expect a basic understanding of engines like the difference between petrol and diesel ignition.
          As a TH cadet through Chiltern I did one trip BP, but as I said whoever they are using at the time (my experience was a few years ago)

          I would say that Chiltern were pretty good to me and I hope that still holds true now.
          Pilotage - It's just a controlled allision

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          • #6
            From my experience so far they've been fantastic and couldn't be more helpful, and seem to genuinely take an interest in you.

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            • #7
              chiltern maritime

              Originally posted by Rosstaviner View Post
              Hi, I'm currently working on my research for an interview with Chiltern, I was wondering if I will need to know of any sponsoring companies which go through them, if so what companies go through chiltern? Thanks! Btw I'm already aware that HAL do.
              Hi, I have my interview with chiltern coming up and was wondering if you could give my any info on the type of questioms that they ask

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