MRM Facilitator Training Concludes in Manila

MarineLink.com
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Photo: ALL Academy

A successful Maritime Resource Management (MRM) Facilitator training event concluded today in Makati City, Manila, Philippines as 22 participants from China, Germany, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore had gathered for the two-day event held at the European Training & Competence Center (ETCC) Inc. to be trained and certified as MRM Facilitators.

Martin Hernqvist of ALL Academy, trainer at the event, said the event was a success thanks to the active participation from the attendees. “It was obvious that the candidates shared our passion for MRM training and the results that may be achieved through effective training in human and organizational factors. We had great interaction and discussions throughout the course,” he said.

The event was the starting point for the participating academies and companies to implement MRM in their respective organizations.

The event’s participants were:

  • Capt. Sivaraja Supramani, APL Co. Pte Ltd, Singapore
  • Capt. Ernesto Roque Jr., C-MAN Maritime Inc.
  • John Allan Lopez, COMPASS Training Center Inc.
  • Reynald Tacuyan, COMPASS Training Center Inc.
  • Katrina Lucagan, European Training & Competence Centre (ETCC) Inc.
  • Caspar Graf von Spee, Harren & Partner Ship Management GmbH & Co. KG
  • Yanling Men, ISEACO Holdings Pte Ltd.
  • Jose Jr. Reynoso, Italian Maritime Academy
  • Cdr. Lawrence P. Ato Jr., Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP)
  • Engr. Jesus Mendoza, Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP)
  • Capt. Abelardo Pacheco, Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP)
  • Capt. Rodolfo Raz, Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP)
  • Michael Armamento, MSI Ship Management Pte Ltd.
  • Ashish Kambo, MSI Ship Management Pte Ltd.
  • Capt. Sang Chiat Lee, MSI Ship Management Pte Ltd.
  • Capt. Jingang Zhang, MSI Ship Management Pte Ltd. (Qingdao)
  • Capt. Irvin Apit, Pandiship Corporation
  • Capt. Roy Jusa, Pandiship Corporation
  • Capt. Melchor Siton, Pandiship Corporation
  • Dawei Wang, Qingdao International Maritime Service Co., Ltd.
  • Thim Wai, Kelvin Cheung, ST Education & Training Pte Ltd.
  • Capt. Muhammad Suharto, Westminster Maritime Training Centre Philippines

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