ZRC Maritime Training Center opens in Cebu, accepts enrollees

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

ZRC Training Center Philippines Inc. Cebu Branch is now accepting enrollees for seafarers coming from various shipping lines.Courses offered include Consolidated Maritime Pollution (MARPOL), Ship Security Officer (SSO), Medical First Aid (MEFA), and Seafarers with Designated Security Duties Security Awareness Training (SDSD-SAT).

Opened last Sept. 28, the newest maritime training center in the province sits on a 30 square meter floor that covers four classrooms, a faculty room, clinic, library, an accounting office and administration room equipped with materials that will help students learn the advanced techniques and technologies of the shipping industry.

Following the success of ZRC Training Center Manila Branch, the Cebu branch will be administered by the Manila Branch supervisors. The Cebu branch is the training center’s first branch outside of Metro Manila.


“Eighty percent of domestic and international shipping operators and shipbuilders in the Philippines are located in Cebu. This is the reason why we never thought twice as to where to branch outside of Metro Manila. Cebu is the place to be.” Says Girlie Bacolod, ZRC Cebu Branch Manager

For inquiries email zrctrainingcentercebu@yahoo.com. ZRC Training Center Philippines Incorporated Cebu is located at Mezzanine Floor, LDM Building, Legaspi Street, Cebu City. (Mary Angeli Bas, STC Mass Comm intern)

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on October 25, 2013.


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