How do I add my USCG approved training to MM-SEAS?

Add USCG training to MM-SEAS by entering school name and course code. MM-SEAS PRO offers 1-on-1 calls and application help for $99.

1 mins read・Sep 19, 2022
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Add the Training to USCG approved training by adding the document, then typing the school name listed on the certificate as exactly as it is written on the certificate. Then enter the course code numbers for the course.

The easiest way to add training into MM-SEAS is to type in:

  • The school name listed on the certificate.
  • Write it exactly as it is written on the certificate.
  • Then type in the course code for the course you just took.
  • Write the course number to make looking it up easier.
  • Then the date listed on the course certificate.

We hope this made your life a little easier and if you have other questions the MM-SEAS team is always here to help!

MM-SEAS is free to use on your own and if you need some more personalized help you can upgrade to MM-SEAS Pro inside of the site.

No matter what, when you are ready to submit your application, you can choose to have the MM-SEAS staff create a perfect application, handle the USCG application fees and work with the USCG on your behalf to resolve any issues for a flat fee of $349 or you can choose to submit on your own.

Pro MM-SEAS members get access to unlimited live 1 on 1 calls with one of our USCG Licensing Specialists. We've found that answering questions live with screen sharing in a video call makes both of our lives easier. Pro MM-SEAS members can access these features inside of MM-SEAS under License Guidance.

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Nate Gilman
Nate Gilman

Nate has over 15 years of professional maritime experience and has hawsepiped his way to a 3rd Mate Unlimited Endorsement with full STCW compliance. He is proud veteran of the NOAA Commissioned Corps.

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