The UK P&I Club Crew Health team support the Sailors' Society’s Wellness at Sea Programme. 

The programme is a unique and valuable addition to the training of crew worldwide. Wellness at Sea is a coaching programme aimed at improving seafarers’ on board well-being and seeks to combat issues by addressing ‘wellness’ as a holistic concept made up of five specific areas of well-being: Social, Emotional, Physical, Intellectual and Spiritual.Who is the Wellness at Sea programme aimed at? The course is available at two levels: an Officer Programme and a Cadet Programme.

The Crew Health team encourage Members to consider the Wellness at Sea project for their crew.

Sandra Welch, Sailors’ Society’s director of programme, said: “We are really pleased to have UK P&I Club’s backing and recognition of the value of Sailors’ Society’s Wellness at Sea programme. Seafarers who undertake Wellness at Sea coaching will be equipped to better meet their social, emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual needs, thereby helping to prevent and minimise poor health or incidents at sea. By focusing on people rather than problems, we seek to support the centre point around which our industry revolves.”

In 2018 the Sailors Society Wellness at Sea programme was launched as an e-learning training platform.  The coaching programme seeks to enable seafarers to improve their on board health and well-being by exploring five different aspects of wellness and the impact that they can have on the safe running of a ship.

For more information visit the Sailors Society website.

Please contact the Sailors’ Society by email (wellness@sailors-society.org) to receive a copy of the course prospectus and for any further queries 

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