News And Highlights


The first Safety4Sea Manila Forum held last 12th of November 2019 at the New World Manila Bay, Hotel attended by more than 300 delegates from different organizations including RINA Academy Philippines Inc. as one of the sponsor organizations.

Our Managing Director, Capt. Nicolo Terrei shared his thoughts on the importance and benefits in investing with the IoT Technology by providing quality training thru the services offered by the academy and further enhance the competency of seafarers as well as the shore-based personnel and staff.

Included in the highlight of the event are the panelist who belongs to the millennial generation which is composed of young people from different maritime agencies and organization. Among the panelist are our Instructor/Assessor, CM Jonathan Hernandez and our seafarer, 2M Michelle Francisco from the Affiliated Manning Agencies, Augustea Ship Manning Philippines. They discussed their perspective on how the industry can become more attractive to the new generations same with them and how it become an advantage in the field of shipping.

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RINA Academy Philippines Inc. completed the recertification for the ISO 9001: 2015 Standard conducted by TUV Rheinland Philippines on the 10th (Cebu Office) and 13th (Makati Office) of September 2019.

We are proud to announced that the academy has Zero (0) Nonconformities during the audit. Together with the unity, professionalism and active participation of all the employees, continuous success is not possible to achieve.

Being an ISO 9001:2015 certified is a proof that the academy assured an outstanding commitment to provide quality assessment and training services that complies with customer requirements, local and international standards including the applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.



RINA Academy Philippines Inc. held a Recognition Day for the Batch 26-Makati Office last 28th of June 2019. There were fifty seven (57) total cadets consists of twenty four(24) Engine Cadets and thirty three (33) Deck Cadets, who completed the intensive trainings for more than two months.

The programme has attended by RINA Employees headed by Capt. Edhart Marcos, managers and staff from two Affiliated Manning Agencies namely Elburg Shipmanagement Philippines Inc. and Augustea Ship Manning Philippines and the graduates from the Batch 26 Cadetship Training Program.

During the programme, our OIC-Training Director has given them an inspirational message on what to expect on board and how they will surpass the challenges waiting for them. As a graduate of the program, they have an advantage as they are prepare for a certain period of time not only on technical terms but also on their behavioural aspect.


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