CONSULTANCY - TRAINING - SPECIAL PROJECTS
WHERE EXCELLENCE IS THE STANDARD
JWC International founder Jordan Wylie invited to the Safety4Sea conference in Athens as a keynote speaker on the issue of maritime cyber security
MCA Deputy Chief Examiner, Mr Rahman from the United Kingdom is welcomed to the JWC Marine Academy in India by our CEO
Capt, Roger Towner, the Chief Examiner for the MCA approves JWC International for a series of STCW short courses in the U.K
JWC International consultants providing support and assistance to the National Coastguard of Djibouti.
JWC International are proud members of the Security and Risk Management Alumni. Our team attended and were guest speakers at the event at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in March 2016.
Principal Consultant Jordan Wylie at the end of a long day delivering 'Board & Search' training to the Mozambique Maritime Police.
Cadets from a leading International shipping company getting familiarised with the emerging threat at sea; Cyber Security.
JWC International attended a Maritime Risk Management workshop with representatives from the UN, EU and Coventry University.
JWC International were kindly invited to speak at the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show on the topic of 'Privately Contracted Armed Security. Personnel' and 'International Regulations'.
Consultants from JWC International assisted in a training exercise that the French and UK Navy were conducting in the English Channel.
JWC International were guests at an aviation disruptive passenger and hijack workshop at Bouremouth Airport, thanks to Krav Maga Global.
The latest (2016) cohort of graduates from Coventry University's Master Degree (MA) in Maritime Security included three JWC. International Consultants, a fantastic achievement!
Principal Consultant Jordan Wylie speaking on Maritime Safety & Security at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).
Principal Consultant Jordan Wylie takes a team of journalists to the Gulf Of Aden and gives them an insight into 'Floating Armouries' & 'Counter Piracy Operations'.