The IMarEST is The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology; the international professional body and learned society for all marine professionals with over 20,000 members across 128 countries.
As an official marine parter of the Institute, Marine People is proud to offer a complimentary affiliate membership with the IMarEST to all of our successful candidates.

The IMarEST has supported the maritime sector for over 125 years and is a globally respected marine authority and charity. The provision of neutral, independent, objective and professionally sound advice makes the IMarEST a valued contributor at a number of intergovernmental organizations including IMO. Working in partnership with Marine People the IMarEST helps organisations to upskill and develop their employees by offering continuing professional development opportunities, professional qualifications, education and training. Supporting lifelong learning for their employees helps organisations to improve performance, strengthen their reputation and attract, develop and retain the best in the industry.


Updates from The IMarEST

Wanted: Your knowledge on biofouling
The Biofouling Management Special Interest Group (SIG) aims to discover more about lesser known invasive species causing problems around the world – and you can help @IMarEST.
https://www.imarest.org/themarineprofessional/interactions/item/5782-wanted-your-knowledge-on-biofouling

Why do we need to consider #diversityinSTEM? This week's @Imarest Marine Professional tackles the issue and @oceanbev explains the reasoning behind a new women's group. Plus, we look at the seabed mapping work of Denise Swanborn. #womeninmaritime👇
https://www.imarest.org/themarineprofessional/interactions/item/5783-gender-bias-why-diversity-matters

Join the 10th Annual Science Meeting of @mastscot to examine the modern challenges that face our marine waters, and identify ways to conserve and sustainably use the oceans and their resources https://hopin.to/events/masts-asm-2020

A 2018 engine room fire aboard container ship MOL Prestige injured several crew. Why did it happen, and can lessons be learned from this serious maritime incident, reports Marine Professional. @IMarEST #shipping #safetyatsea @safety4sea
https://www.imarest.org/themarineprofessional/troublespot/item/5762-investigating-the-mol-prestige-engine-room-fire