SHIP supports the government’s thrust of rapid, inclusive and sustained economic growth by partnering with TESDA in the Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) under the qualifications Cookery NCII and Bread and Pastry Production NCII.
SHIP offers courses that are competency based. This means that each course follows a standard structure to ensure that the trainee is able to perform his task creditably according to set industry standards.
The elements applied to the courses we offer are the following: course title and purpose, nominal duration, level of certification, summary of learning outcomes, assessment criteria, contents, training delivery and assessment method.
All courses offered are TESDA accredited (Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, a governing body that oversees vocational courses throughout the country).
At the end of each course, the trainee is issued a certificate leading to a national assessment. The end product is a national competency certificate.
An 80 hours MLC standard course designed to develop the knowledge, skills and attitude of Chief Cooks of merchant ships on the preparation, production and service of international and nationality specific cuisines.
Is a 3-day comprehensive English language training course designed for seafarers who have elementary understanding of English
The COOKERY NC II Qualification consists of competencies that a person must achieve to clean kitchen areas, cook/prepare hot, cold meals and desserts for guests in various food and beverage service facilities