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ISNTC Holds 44th Pre-Sea Cadet Commencement Exercises

After eight weeks of intensive training, comes the day that the Pre-Sea cadets Batch 2013 – Bravo have been waiting for, their Graduation.  

The ISNTC Cadetship 44th commencement exercise was held last 16 August 2013 at Penthouse, CRI Building, Malate Manila.  The graduating batch, composed of eleven Deck Cadet and thirteen Engine Cadets. Their families, including ISNTC and ASM Officers and Staff gathered to help celebrate an important milestone on the career of the cadets.

ISNTC President, Mr. Giovanni Tuapin made the opening remarks and inspirational message. He informed the cadets that training and responsibility does not end after graduating pre-sea but grows as they rise through the ranks. He has also reminded the parents that their son’s career is not just the responsibility of the company but also the parents.

This year’s graduation speaker was 2/E Wilfredo Gicaraya Jr, a product of ISNTC Cadet Class of 1998 and presently holding a Career Developer position in the HRCD. Mr. Gicaraya shared his experience on how it is to work as a seafarer. He also stresses that a seafarer’s profession is both happy and challenging. To survive these challenges, one must adopt and grow and must master the virtue of teamwork and unity.

Diplomas were distributed by Mr. Giovanni Tuapin and assisted by Capt. Robert De Jose, ISNTC Training Director.  Special awards were also given to deserving cadets.  Leadership award was given to D/CT Rean Gelle Hidalgo. D/CT Lawrence Marino and E/CT Christian Garrido were the recipient of Best Cadets.  Best in Theory was conferred to D/CD John Raymund Bajar, D/CD Lawrence Marino and E/CD George Abatayo, whereas Best in Practical was awarded to D/CD Karl Ivan Magbanua and E/CD Christian Garrido.

The event concluded with the batch graduation song and slideshow followed by the Closing Remarks by Mr. Alberto Gomez, ASM President/CEO.

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