MAN, Oron Seeks Endorsement Of World Maritime University

MAN, Oron Seeks Endorsement Of World Maritime University
Nigerian Maritime Academy-Oron

In its bid to affiliate with World Maritime University, (WMU)   the Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), Oron has in the past one year been on its toes in the pursuit of this course.

The process started in mid 2013 with the visit of the president of WMU to MAN with a return visit to Malmo recently by the Rector of the Academy, accompanied by some Directors of schools such as  Master Mariner, Marine Engineers and Marine Education and Training experts with emphasis on STWC and Maritime Transport programmes.
However, WMU is the apex global in Maritime Education and Training (MET) and renowned for its international re-engineering and the integration of professional ideas, views and opinions across various cultures of the world.
In a related development, the Academy’s management met recently and has been strategising to meet its obligations, upgrade both its programme and status as well as satisfy the expectations of its end-users and stakeholders in line with the demands of the general session meetings held for days between the top officers of WMU and MAN, Oron in Malmo Sweden.
Meanwhile, the management of the Academy has confirmed the review of fees payable by cadets of the Academy.
The new fee which was announced by the Rector of the Academy, Amb Joshua Okpo, shows a logical increase in the fees to be paid by cadets and students as well as fees of the short courses run by the MAN –Consult Directorate.
 The Rector has also appealed to the kitchen staff of the Academy, to ensure that cadets are not only served the best quality of food but the food should served in hygienic environment
His words “I   therefore appeal to you to help me ensure that foods you cook and serve these children (cadets) are up tom standard. These children are my children; they are also your children, they are your brothers, please, treat them as such.
“We should not compromise standard and quality. We should only accept the food we want from our suppliers and not what the suppliers want us to accept”.
Speaking further, he said that the management had procured nine serving points where cadets’ food will be served while urging the kitchen staff to always disinfect the kitchen area refectory floors before and after every meal is prepared.

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