Maritime (Sea Transport)

Overview

Published in February 2017

As a small country surrounded by waters, many of our major activities depend hugely on the operations out at sea, be it the transportation of our daily necessities from around the globe or travelling to neighbouring islands. The Maritime industry covers all parts of such operations and is an essential part of Singapore’s economy, contributing to 7% of our GDP1.

1'Facts and Trivia', http://www.mpa.gov.sg/web/portal/home/maritime-singapore/introduction-to-maritime-singapore/facts-and-trivia

How does e2i support the Maritime (Sea Transport) industry?

Training and career opportunities and advancement are plentiful and varied in this industry. e2i provides funding support in maritime professional development programmes for Deck Officers and Marine Engineers:

  1. Tripartite Nautical Training Award (TNTA)
  2. CoC (Special Limit) Deck Officers
  3. Tripartite Engineering Training Award (TETA)
  4. CoC (Special Limit) Marine Engineers

Training for Deck Officers

 Tripartite Nautical Training Award TNTACoC Special Limit Deck Officers
How do I apply?

Register your interest here to be updated of future intakes.

You are also welcome to walk in for weekly Introductory Briefings.

Details
Day
Every Wednesday (Except Public Holidays)
Time
6:00 pm
Venue
Wavelink Maritime Institute (80 Jurong East Street 21, #06-04, Devan Nair Institute, 609607)

Register your interest here to be updated of future intakes.
Training forDeck Officers
Key Functions

Navigational and Cargo Watchkeeping
Maintenance of Ship Structure
Working with Multi-National Crew

Sailing RegionForeign-going International water (around the world)30 nautical miles away from Singapore
Types of vesselsContainer, RORO, chemical ship, tankers etcBunkering, passenger ferry, land reclamation etc
Training Duration31 months26 months
Certifications upon completionCoC Class 3CoC Class 5A (Special Limit)
Education requirementMinimum N Level pass in English, Math and Science
Eyesight requirement
  • 300 degrees and below
  • No colour blindness
Application PeriodApplication for March 2020 cohort closes on 31 December 2019, 3pmTBC

Training for Marine Engineers

 Tripartite Engineering Training Award TETACoC Special Limit Marine Engineers
How do I apply?

Register your interest here to be updated of future intakes.

You are also welcome to walk in for weekly Introductory Briefings.

Details
Day
Every Wednesday (Except Public Holidays)
Time
6:00 pm
Venue
Wavelink Maritime Institute (80 Jurong East Street 21, #06-04, Devan Nair Institute, 609607)

Register your interest here to be updated of future intakes.
Training forMarine Engineer
Key Functions

Engine Room Watchkeeping
Machinery Maintenance and Repair
Working with Multi-National Crew

Sailing RegionForeign-going International water (around the world)30 nautical miles away from Singapore
Types of vesselsContainer, RORO, chemical ship, tankers etcBunkering, passenger ferry, land reclamation etc
Training Duration31 months15 months
Certifications upon completionCoC Class 5CoC Class 5A(Special Limit)
Education requirementAt least Nitec in Engineering Field
Eyesight requirement
  • 300 degrees and below
  • No colour blindness
Application PeriodTBCTBC
Get in touch with e2i

 

 For more information on TNTA and TETA, click on the following link

 

 For more information on Special Limit, click on the following link

 

 

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