We found our strength in people skills- and talent recognition.
Staff attitude, taking responsibility and ownership are the pilars of a solid enterprise.
So we develop it.
Management and Executive Training
The program offers a comprehensive and well-rounded view of the different processes and functions
in a company and the industry.
Participants have the chance to practice leadership and be exposed to staff critisism.
The experience not only provides participants with the know-how but also with a perspective of what they really want to
pursue as a long term career.
Participants learn first-hand skills to help shape their character and attitude, and to benefit from personal recognition.
- Be inspired - be admired -
Paid Internship / On-the-Job-Training
A 8 to 12-week development program designed for qualified students who require practical professional experience
as part of their university or college course requirements.
Since shipping office and crewing in particular does not have any specific course, participants from
any course are welcome.
Despite being a student of an industry unrelated course, a participants might find the shipping and crewing business as field of interest.
Business Email Etiquette
We are evaluated and classified by the way we present ourselfs to the world.
The most frequently used way of business communication is by email. The way we compose email represents the company,
as in a company letter head or company calling card.
We should desire to make an impression that leads to the determination that we are a credible professional enterprise
and that we are someone who will be easy and a pleasure to do business with.
A few hints:
Do not use abbreviations or antiquated telex-style shortcuts.
Use proper spelling, grammar and punctuation. Do not write in CAPITALS.
Do not overuse the high priority option. Avoid using URGENT and IMPORTANT. If it's urgent, use the phone.
Do not leave out the message thread or subject line. A meaningful subject is the window into your Email.
Use proper opening greeting and curtesy closing.
Be concise and to the point. Avoid long sentences.
Answer all questions, and pre-empt further questions. Answer swiftly.
Do not overuse Reply-to-All. Do not attach unnecessary files. Re-read Email before sending it.
Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
CPD for Seafarers is a systematic approach for improvement and
broadening of knowledge and skills. CPD aims to develop personal qualities at different entrance
levels as a professional Seafarer. It is about improving standards of competence and professionalism
and to provide professional recognition. It is generally driven by an individual's need for career
progression. Ultimately, the individual Seafarer should be enabled to make his own development
Associated concepts are:
- Individual development
- Life long learning concept
- Knowledge transfer from generation to generation
- Mentoring scheme
- Keeping yourself up-to-date
CPD can be a webbased system with individual login and password, accessible from
anywhere via the world wide web.
The central part should be individually assigned learning activities. The Seafarer should research in
order to write a paper. Holding presentations at a workshop or seminar may also be included.
The learning activities depend on the Seafarers rank and company's performance reports.
Company superintendents may post their comments for improvement suggestions.
The progress of assigned and completed activities are measured in points and against the gained
The CPD system can provide a Seafarer with information in regards to his career opportunities.
The CPD system can also hosts Seafarer's personal profile, trainings and certificates with scanned
documents. It can provides a library with learning material for self-study.
Reflection and utilization of the gained competences, resulting in improved
performance and promotion, complete the cycle.