NIMASA assures NSDP Cadets of sea-time training
…says 200 more seafarers set for next set
The DG who stated this when he addressed a group of NSDP beneficiaries who came to the head office of the Agency to express concerns over the certainty of them getting the sea-time training, noted that NIMASA was doing all it could to ensure all those who graduated in the scheme are duly enrolled on ocean-going vessels within the shortest possible time.
He also assured that in addition to the over 600 Cadets who have benefited so far from the sea time training, the Agency is working so hard to ensure that another batch of not less than 200 Cadets are enrolled between now and the first quarter of 2019.
economy that will thrive; hence we will not rest on our oars until we see you succeed,” the DG said.
seafarers on the African continent.
investing so much on you so that you can be placed onboard ocean-going vessels, which will put you on the same pedestal with your counterparts in the global maritime community, thereby giving you an edge to compete favourably,” he said.
completed their sea-time training. In addition to this, 150 Cadets are undergoing the sea-time in Egypt and another 89 others are in the United Kingdom.