• Having qualification in operating the main and auxilary engines, electrical power, heating, refrigation and water systems.
  • Possessing Certificate of Competency and Proficiency from International Maritime Organization (IMO) as per STCW'95. For Fishing boat, engineer also has Fishing License from Fisheries and Marine Department.
  • Having a minimum of 2-year working experience at the same position and type of ship.
  • Having good English communication and attitudes.
  • Valid certificates for Competency and Proficiency from International Maritime Organization (IMO) as per STCW'95.
  • Provide skill to handle navigational safety equpiments and provide their knowledge about Collision Regulation and MARPOL.
  • Having qualification in operating and maintaining fishing gear equipment as well as fishing handling.
  • Possessing Certificate of Competency and Proficiency from Fisheries and Marine Department.
  • Having a minimum of 2-year working experience at the same position and type of ship.
  • Having good English communication and attitudes.
  • Having qualification in operating and maintaining as well as repairing the fishing gear and doing fishing operations.
  • Possessing Certificate of Competency and Proficiency from Fishery School/Course and International Maritime Organization (IMO) as per STCW'95.
  • Being able to communicate in Enlish and having good attitudes.
It is different with our previons ancestors, they grew and become sailors naturally. Theirs characters were changed and develop by nature. Now a days, we still have such characters and talents, but should be supported by sufficient educations. That's why all crews, officers and ratings should have professional education, such as Marine Academies for officers and rating for ratings. So far, there have been 21 Marine Academics and 36 ratings schools in Indonesia. They base the curriculum and IMO Standards (STCW 95)
The crew also attend courses, besides professional education, as required by IMO such as Basic Safety Training, GMDSS/GOC, Radar Observation, Tanks Familiarization a so fortf, that are performed based on the standard of STCW 95.
PT Tripower Crew Management seafarers just follow the stream of globalization era and aware of the necessity of good English speaking, they, therefore, always try to improve their English drive. They practice English at schools and attend General English as well as Maritime English Courses.
PT Tripower Crew Management seafarers usually have some experiences of nothing an the local vessels for about 7 years,before they start joining on board foreign ships
The profession as seafarers in maritime country is respected by the youngsters and there they are really consistent to their professions. For there more, the shipping industries in this country support the development of the TriPower Ocean's seafarers as well as in the South East Asia Countries.
PT Tripower Crew Management seafarers are well in their as honest and working which are supported by the culture to be obedient to the leaders & or olders and don't have sp many demands.
Copyrights 2012 tripowercm.com. All rights reserved