The Maritime Training Institute, Karachi was formed in 1998 to protect Pakistan's strategic maritime interest as well as to promote the Education & Training in compliance to the International Convention on Standards of Training and Certification of Seafarers 1978, as amended in 1995, and to satisfy the recommendations of IMO/ILO Documents of Guidance 1985.

With this new setup a macro approach towards global maritime issues can be adopted which will better serve the interests of the Shipping and Maritime Industry.
DAY OF THE SEAFARER 2017 (SEAFARERS MATTER)
 

This year, once again, 25 June will mark the annual Day of the Seafarer (DotS). DotS was established in a resolution adopted by the 2010 Diplomatic Conference in Manila to adopt the revised STCW Convention. Its stated purpose is to recognize the unique contribution made by seafarers from all over the world to international seaborne trade, the world economy and civil society as a whole.

The resolution "encourages Governments, shipping organizations, companies, shipowners and all other parties concerned to duly and appropriately promote the Day of the Seafarer and take action to celebrate it meaningfully".

This year our theme is "Seafarers Matter".

For 2017, we want to particularly engage ports and seafarer centres to demonstrate how much seafarers matter to them.  The idea is for ports and seafarer centres to share and showcase best practices in seafarer support and welfare

       

Celebration of Seafarers Day 2017 In PAKISTAN.

Organization: The Nautical Institute, Pakistan Branch and Maritime Training Institute, Karachi
Location: KARACHI - PAKISTAN

Services: Get together of seafarers at Life boat station of Maritime Training Institute, Karachi,

Start with IMO SECRETARY GENERAL MESSAGE
 to demonstrate them about facilities available to conduct PSCRB Training course at Timber hard point near to Karachi Harbour with latest enclosed life boat.
to demonstrate what matters to seafarers and their right under MLC 2006 and what certifications are required under STCW 2010 Manila amendm
ents.
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