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    Just wondering how Cadets Sea Phases where , I've been Assigned Cosco Maritime Ltd (UK) as my Sponsoring Company but unfortunately I'm not on their vessels , So im just wondering if any other Clyde Cadets have been in this situation and I'm wondering what type of vessels you got put on , Also will i go on a variety of ships or just one and when they found out what ship they where going to go on.

    Thanks

  • #2
    Recieved a conditional offer for the P.D in Marine Operations with CMT starting in September. Does anyone know if they arrange your halls of residence or is this something you must do yourself? Sceondly does anyone know when i can expect to recieve information on starting dates etc?

    Cheers.

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    • #3
      I'd guess you'd get the start dates when you meet the conditions of the offer. It depends on your college, with Fleetwood, phase 1s get a room automatically that they charge from your account. It's ?120 a week including meals. So Clyde give you ?175 a week and then from that you pay for the halls.

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      • #4
        Think its the colleges that send the info out not actually clyde. I've met all their criteria and been accepted blah blah

        Danny
        Dont just dream, Go and do it!!

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        • #5
          Cheers!

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          • #6
            No problems

            Danny
            Dont just dream, Go and do it!!

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            • #7
              I'm due to start in August and my condition was ENG1 and references. Got ENG1 okay, but unsure for references. I think the online application asked for 2 references, so does Clyde contact them or do I have to get them both myself and then post them? Cheers

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              • #8
                As far as I'm aware, Clyde will send a form directly to your referees for them to complete and return. That's what my interviewer said anyway.


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                • #9
                  Cheers

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                  • #10
                    anyone know if the payments you receive are taxed? The ones given to you by clyde marine are not but was just wondering about other companies such as Shell and BP

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                    • #11
                      Pretty sure none of them are taxed as they are bursaries/training allowances. As far as I'm aware the only cadets that pay tax are RFA as they're paid a salary.
                      'Life is what happens when you're busy making other plans'

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                      • #12
                        You are normally paid gross with most of the companies. RFA & Carnival* group being notable exceptions, where they deduct your tax and national insurance from payments.

                        You can of course claim the tax back (assuming you meet the requirements regarding being out with the UK for the required time) at end of the tax year. You will however pay higher national insurance than the rest of us who are on voluntary contributions. (Not quite sure why that is).

                        *i assume this is still the case! was numerous years ago.
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                        • #13
                          I'll find out about carnival and get back to you. RFA also deducts pension contributions.
                          'Life is what happens when you're busy making other plans'

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