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ISNTC HOLDS 45TH PRE-SEA CADET COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
ISNTC held its 45th Pre-sea Cadet Commencement Exercises at the Penthouse of CRI Building, Malate Manila last November 15.
Mr. Alberto L. Gomez, President and CEO of Associated Ship Management (ASM), gave the opening remarks which he started with an expression of sympathy to the affected families of the recent Super Typhoon Yolanda. He also mentioned that ASM and the Hartmann Group channeled a lot of their efforts into relief operations and locating families of crews on-board. He concluded his speech by telling the cadets that there are a lot of challenges onboard and, as a professional seafarers, they must be able to adapt, embrace reality and always perform at their best.
Chief Engineer Tito Romo, a product of ISNTC’s Pre-sea Cadets Batch ‘94 was the guest speaker. He inspired the graduates with his experiences when he was still a cadet and the challenges he had to face onboard. He also stressed that everyone must always aspire to better themselves.
The graduating batch, composed of 20 Deck Cadets and 15 Engine Cadets, was presented by Cadet Administrator 2/O Jose Catapang and conferred by Capt. Robert De Jose, Training Director.
Recipients of Special awards are:
D/C Tagsip, Joseph Marvin and E/C Rollo, Prolan – Best in Theory
D/C Tumbagahan, John Donald and E/C Gopiteo, Jojen – Best in Practical
D/C Minoza, Earl Anthony and E/C Peralta, Brichard - Leadership Awardees
D/C Tagsip, Joseph Marvin – Best Deck Cadet
E/C Rollo, Prolan – Best Engine Cadet
The event concluded with the batch graduation song and a slideshow presentation which was immediately followed by the Closing Remarks of the ISNTC President, Mr. Giovanni A. Tuapin.
Mr. Tuapin reminded the parents that ASM and ISNTC are not the only ones responsible in guiding and directing their sons’ careers - but that the responsibility also falls on the parents. He also reminded the cadets that responsibility, learning and teamwork do not end at their graduation, but much more will be expected from them as they rise up the ranks. The event ended with a challenge to the cadets to be professional and to provide quality service when they are already onboard.