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 The competitiveness of the shipowning field passes through the competences of the seafarers.

The rapid evolution of technologies, safety, security and environmental regulations makes it necessary to update knowledge and know-how more and more rapidly.

The new paradigm of the century has become the Long Life Learning, in this new optical is born the Italian Maritime Academy Technologies, society specialized in the seafarerss training founded in 2006 from an idea of capt. Rosario Trapanese and from Scinicariello Ship Management, society of the Cafima group, operating center in  Pinetamare (Castel volturno).

The training center manages to combine a continuous update on the new competences with the most advanced technologies in the matter of training for the marine field.

Established in few years leadership in the field of the training for seafarers, the academy can boast as own customers the greatest Italian and international companies of navigation, and beyond 50 between associations, institutions, Institutes, Higher Technical Institutes (ITS) and ITLN that carry out the programmes of alternance school/job near the center of Castel Volturno.

The Academy is currently the first center for number of Italian seafarers trained (15 thousand year) and is authorized by Maricogecap (Italian Guard coast) for all courses Standards of Training, certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers (STCW)by the Ministry of Health in agreement with the Hospital Company Cardarelli, for courses in the medical care and first aid, from the Ministry of Economic Development for the Global Maritime distress Safety System courses and from the Campania region as training agency.

The academy has a nautical college of 165 rooms, where it’s possible to attend all the courses because you can find in the same place: classrooms, simulators, swimming pool, offices, restaurant, a platform  on a private lake for PSCRB and as fire fighting field, a ship 75 meters long built on land  and free transfer services to/from airport and central station of Naples.

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