Stories written by Agent Tinig

Alassia empowers crew with officers’ Conference 2018

Having a principle of careful crew management, focusing on building a loyal, qualified and well trained pool of seafarers, Alassia NewShips Managament Inc. continues to empower their seafarers as they held their Officers’ Conference 2018 last April 17-18. The Conference was attended by honored speakers such as Mr Geir Skoglund, Senior Advisor for Loss Prevention […]

Posted by: on Aug 03, 2018 read more

An inspirational message of UFS cadets

I have a favourite maxim in life that may have helped me a lot in my work and career. And that is: Nothing great in the world has been accomplished without passion. This beautiful maxim seems like a fire that rages within me. The passion I’m talking about is one’s strong attitude towards something, which is […]

Posted by: on Aug 02, 2018 read more

NMP Conducts Management Level Course for Marine Deck Officers

Along the Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE) mission in the promotion of gainful employment opportunities and development of human resources, the National Maritime Polytechnic (NMP), serving within its mandate on upgrading the skills and competencies of the country’s seafarers continued to pursue priority thrusts on training quality, access and relevance and responsive maritime researches. […]

Posted by: on Aug 01, 2018 read more

Rising from the Ashes: PMI now bounces back

  Breaking new grounds, continuing the legacy. This is the new motto of PMI Colleges under the new administration of Atty. Angelica Brown Cloma. In a quest to prove that PMI can still regain its past glory, Atty. Angge, as she is commonly known within the PMI community, managed to unite PMI faculty and employees […]

Posted by: on Aug 01, 2018 read more

BIMCO hails PH as top supplier for Seafarer Ratings

Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) hailed the Philippines as the world’s top supplier for Ratings seafarer. This is in the midst of the looming catastrophe of losing more than 20,000 jobs for Filipino seafarers if the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) once again gave a failing grade to the Philippines for its failure to […]

Posted by: on Jul 31, 2018 read more

Heaven forbid! : A catastrophe of 20,000 Pinoy seafarers losing jobs looming on the horizon

As a saying goes, there’s a rainbow after the rain. After the two inutile MARINA administrators, it seems that we have finally been blessed with a sincere and hardworking leader in the person of General Guerrero. Within his first month in the office, he was able to solve the delay of the issuance of the […]

Posted by: on Jul 30, 2018 read more

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