MARINA hosts 2nd APEC Strategy Planning Meeting for Seafarers

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) hosted the 2nd Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Strategy Planning Meeting for the Seafarer Excellence Network of the Asia Pacific (SENAP) on 03-05 April 2019. The Korean Institute of Maritime and Fisheries Technology (KIMF) assisted in organizing the three-day meeting. The SENAP is a comprehensive network that continue reading : MARINA hosts 2nd APEC Strategy Planning Meeting for Seafarers

MARINA receives Level II CSC recognition on human resource management

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – In support of the government’s continuing commitment to provide efficient and effective public service delivery and institutionalize meritocracy on human resource management competency, the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has received Level II recognition from the Civil Service Commission (CSC) for its commendable human resource management system. The Agency has been particularly applauded continue reading : MARINA receives Level II CSC recognition on human resource management

Revised policies on two maritime educational programs now due for final CHED approval

MANILA – In line with the continuous improvement of maritime education, training, and certification system in the Philippines, two maritime educational programs are now due for final approval of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) en banc. This follows the final revisions made by the Technical Panel for Maritime Education (TPME), comprised of representatives from continue reading : Revised policies on two maritime educational programs now due for final CHED approval

DOTr-MARINA commits full compliance with IMO standards to maintain “White List” status

MANILA – The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) commit to fully comply with the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) for seafarers to maintain its status in the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) “White List.” The DOTr-MARINA is taking the necessary steps to consistently improve the country’s continue reading : DOTr-MARINA commits full compliance with IMO standards to maintain “White List” status