Welcome to Maritime Environmental Training Institute – METI

Maritime Environmental Training Institute is a private career college, providing Certified Environmental and Safety Training for Today’s Industries … Coast to Coast.


METI is proud to be working with over 400 businesses and organizations, providing instructor-led occupational safety training, coast to coast.

In addition to our full time programs and safety training, we accommodate over 700 managers globally, who train their employees with our online safety training.

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Take a video tour of METI.


What Else Does Maritime Environmental Training Institute  Provide?

  • Skills development training
  • Customized training for individuals, organization and companies
  • Skills upgrading
  • Corporate training
  • Youth job-preparation training
  • Safety services
  • Environmental health and safety courses and online safety training designed and developed by certified curriculum development specialists and industry-experienced subject matter experts

At Maritime Environmental Training Institute, our quality keeps us busy.

December is shaping up to be another active month at METI.  Our online calendar offers training in OSSA Courses, Traffic Control Person, Skid Steer Operator Safety Training, H2S Alive (Enform), Basic Frame Scaffolding (Staging) User & Erector and many, many more.

Click here to visit our calendar or here to visit our safety training page.

If you have any questions or would like to book training, call our staff at 902-539-9766 or email training@metiatlantic.com

Stop in at 301 Alexandra Street to learn more about METI.


January 16, 2018 – Maritime Environmental Training Institute is opening at 12 today.  OSSA BSO, OSSA Fire Watch and the Environmental Health & Safety Technician Program will start at 12:00 (noon) today.

Temporary Workplace Signage (TWS) is not possible for a late start due to length of program.  Therefore, TWS is postponed until Jan 29-30.

Sulzer Officials will be at the school for 8:30, if anyone is already on the road.  They want you to use caution and understand if you are later this morning to start your training.