The Anglo-Eastern Manila Training Center is a part of Anglo-Eastern Ship Management, Ltd., Branch Office, located in the Central Business District of Makati.
Prior to 2007, visiting faculty delivered some in-house training courses occasionally, at the Anglo-Eastern Crew Management, Phil. Inc. office. However, regular and more structured in-house training activity commenced in early 2007 with four courses and then grew steadily; offering varied learning opportunities to our Filipino seafarers.
We recognize that the human factor is the most important element of ship operations. With that appreciation, the Anglo-Eastern Manila Training Center seeks to,
•Develop the technical proficiency, skills, safety and environmental consciousness of our Filipino seafarers.
•Maintain a high and consistent quality of maritime education and training to ensure maximum transfer of learning.
•Continually upgrade the existing courses with respect to content and instructional methodology and develop new and relevant courses.
To achieve the above we continually,
Analyze and identify the training needs of our seafarers and expectations of our principals and the industry.
Develop these training needs into specific training programs using established educational and training processes.
Deliver these training programs using effective pedagogical and andragogical theories.
This "ADD" process is the dynamic facet of our Quality Management System and reflects the quality culture of Manila Training and indeed the culture of the Anglo-Eastern Group.
The Anglo-Eastern Manila Training Center arranges and offers the following courses and programs:
2.Risk Assessment & Risk Management
3.Port State Control
4.Shipboard Safety Officer
5.Stop for Supervision
6.Crew Safety & Security
7.Managing Collision Avoidance
8.Bridge Team Management
9.MARPOL & EMS
12.Knowledge and Learning Management Systems
13.Planned Maintenance System (ORPMS software)
14.Ship Maintenance and Management System (SMMS software)
17.English for Ratings
19.Maritime Resource Management
Besides the above programs, seafarers have the opportunity to self-learn at their own pace using various Seagull CBT modules that are available at the Training Centre.
Cadets, who were unable to complete modules of the MEETS training software on board, get the opportunity to do so at the Training Centre, while on leave.