Miri, Sarawak - The IMO Maritime Ambassador for Malaysia in the picture above is giving a talk for the career path of the students of National Youth Skills Institute (IKBN) in Miri, Sarawak. The audience are the students of IKBN Miri, and the feedback that we gain from them are they are determined by Captain Nazri's speech. We really hope that these efforts can produce more local Malaysian seafarers in the future.
Sunday, 6 August 2017
Wednesday, 17 May 2017
PETALING JAYA: Vimalraj S/O Vesunathan was a seafarer, he was unfortunate as he was involved in an accident during working as a cadet. As a result of this accident, he was paralyzed from his waist to his feet. Alam Budi has taken action for this incident and didn't ignore Vimalraj as he was one of the crew in their ship. Captain Nazri(second from left, second picture), the IMO Maritime Ambassador for Malaysia has come to his concern that Vimalraj are part of the industry as he was a seafarer, therefore in order to not giving up Vimalraj's hope, Captain Nazri is trying to find a suitable job or any employment for Vimalraj. Vimalraj is interested in IT fields. He is currently pursuing his study in advanced software installation course in Pusat Rehabilitasi Perkeso Melaka. He is also interested in IT studies via net such as E-Business and programming. He has the skills to make slides, video presentation and short video making. He is currently living in Gelugor, Penang. Moreover, he is willing to continue his study in shipping management field. He is also willing to work in a crewing department field.
Any inquiries can contact to Vimalraj directly, via phone or email.
Sunday, 14 May 2017
- How to improve Malaysian seafarers' discipline and behavior.
- Certain position on a ship are vacant, but there are no seafarers available, therefore in the future Marine Department of Malaysia will train existing seafarers to encourage them to be promoted to officers and masters.
- Seafarers sea time on the sea are not counted if they work on barges, therefore if a seafarer work on barges, the sea time of the seafarer will be counted but halved in the future.
This has come to IMO Maritime Ambassador for Malaysia's concern, and will take action on the issues discussed.