Following the directive of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) will be rolling out a new maritime education curriculum soon, reports CNN Philippines.
The revision of the curriculum comes after issues on improving the maritime curriculum were discussed by authorities last month, in a bid to “to narrow the gaps and issues” seen by the European Maritime Safety Agency relating to Philippine compliance with the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW).
The European Union has previously announced that it would continue to recognize the certificates of Filipino seafarers issued by the Philippine government, citing its efforts to comply with international standards.
But the challenges facing Filipino seafarers do not end with the EU accreditation.
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Source: CNN Philippines
The main thing is that this form of education is at a good level and is regularly improved. Increasingly, I hear how students are simply bombarded with written assignments, which they eventually delegate to services like this https://writemypapers.me/