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Academics
Academics
Academic Staff
College of Marine Transportation

Andaya, David John Danao, 2/M

Deck Instructor / Assistant Professor 2

Angeles, Herbert Ornedo, 2/M

IDO/LMS Project

Atienza, Teofilo Castillo, M/M

Deck Instructor

Baligad, Fritz Gerald Robles

PE Instructor

Balomaga, Mauro Anieves, M/M

Function Head / Assistant Professor 4

Barredo, Mark Anthony Ranido, M/M

Deck Instructor

Baylosis, Medardo Asok, M/M

Assistant Professor 4

Botin, Eulalio Joven, M/M

Associate Professor 1 / Function Head 2

Briñas, George Allan Bi-ay, 2/M

Deck Instructor / Assistant Professor 4

Bueta, Rosalin Duller

PE Instructor

Clarisa, Virgilio Cabugao, 2/M

Deck Instructor

Cruz, Eric Monares, M/M

Deck Instructor

Dacwag, Caroline Wagsayen

Assistant Research Coordinator / Associate Professor 1

Deguidoy, Ricardo Jr. Fontillas

Assistant Professor 1

De Castro, Joselito Caliso, M/M

Deck Instructor

De Leon, Danilo Torion, 2/M

Deck Instructor

Espela, Danilo Gaon, M/M

Deck Instructor

Fantilanan, Ruel Fuerte, 2/M

Deck Instructor / Assistant Professor 3

Lansang, Januario Jr. Lumag, M/M

Program Head / Associate Professor 3

Lee, Leogenes Libatique, Ph.D.

AVP for Academics / Associate Professor 4

Limson, Gladys Aurea Gallenero, Ed.D.

Associate Professor 1

Magno, Kristian Joe Noto, 2/M

Engine Instructor

Medina, Marilyn Logatoc

Associate Professor 2

Meneses, Marco Gregorio OIC-NW

Deck Instructor

Navarra, Hannibal Sargado, 2/M

Associate Professor 1

Orbe, Ma. Celeste Albulario

Associate Professor 1 / Research Coordinator

Penales, Marion Zenarosa, 2/M

Function Head 1

Perona, Edlynne Fabian

Assistant Professor 1

Punongbayan, Analizabeth Ramos

Associate Professor 4 / Group Leader

Quinto, Nestor Belmonte, C/M

Deck Instructor / Assistant Professor 3

Reyes, Remond Joseph Reyes, C/M

Deck Instructor / Assistant Professor 2

Sajor, Edgar Bacarro

IDO/Assistant Professor 1

Santos, Jose Manuel Arevalo, Ed.D.

Associate Professor 1

Singidas, Ronaldo Carubio, 2/M

Deck Instructor / Associate Professor 2

Sumbanon, Jolan Dave, Lauron, 2/M

Deck Instructor

Tanghal, Rainier Arnigo, OIC-NW

Deck Instructor

Teope, Jose Winnie Palmon

PE Instructor

Togonon, Kathy Dimog

Assistant Professor 2

Trance, Ronald Orbong

Filipino Instructor / Instructor 3

Varon, Gideon Hernane, OIC-NW

Deck Instructor

Wico, Cornelia Bernabe

Associate Professor 1

Ybañez, Zaldie Lucino, M/M

Deck Instructor

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College of Marine Engineering

Agudelo, Mark Angelo Esquivel, OIC-EW

Engine Instructor

Alberto, Jerhiel Rolando Jr II Pascual, 3/E

IDO Officer

Alminaza, Cypress Leila Hinlo, Engr.

Associate Professor 1

Bacud, Almira Tengonciang

Physics Laboratory Technician

Barlis, Jose Jr. Manabat, Ed.D.

Associate Professor 4 / Group Leader for Math and Science

Benitez, Lucita Robles

Instructor 2

Bondoc, Elmer Miguel, Engr.

Instructor

Brenches, Bobby Escandor

Machine Shop Laboratory Technician

Bulan, Marlon Dela Cruz, OIC-EW

Engine Instructor

Buyo, Krisancti Granada, 2/E

Engine Instructor

Calsenia, Charito Alido, C/E

Engine Instructor

Celis, John Emerson Torio, 2/E

Engine Instructor

Cruz, Jesther De Guia

Assitant Professor 3

Cruzat, Francis Evangelista, 3/E

Engine Instructor

De Guzman, Joanne Palco

Staff Assistant

Dela Cruz, Leonora Tuazon, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor 4

Deldoc, Norlyn Evangelista

Staff Assistant (IDO)

Dilig, Mary Ann Laminero

Staff Assistant for Academics

Dumpit, Ian Benedict Bayron, OIC-EW

Engine Instructor

Dupit, Benjie Olesco, C/E

Engine Instructor

Evangelista, Julian Laquindanum

Assistant Professor 4

Fajardo, Josefin III Datu

Associate Professor 2

Flores, Romulo Formalejo, OIC-EW

Engine Instructor

Gavina, Brenda Lyn Abad

Assistant Professor 3

Javier, Jason Trijo, 2/E

Assistant Professor 4

Lagrimas, Peter Christian Jacob, 3/E

Engine Instructor

Laurena, Willard Pel, C/E

Engine Instructor

Mallari, Greg Cenita

Part-time Instructor

Manangan, Christian Castro, C/E

Engine Instructor

Manglicmot, Roel Dial, C/E

Engine Instructor

Morada, Darwin Magnaye

Machine Shop Laboratory Technician

Nalus, Jose Maria Razon, 2/E

Function Head 3 & 4

Obdin, John Paul Lorenzo

Engine Instructor

Oclaray, Kemwel John Catubay, 3/E

LMS Content Developer

Oliveria, Erwin Yumol

Computer Instructor / Assistant Professor 4

Orquina, Iris Karl Ramos, 2/E

Engine Instructor

Pasco, Genesis Cuba, 3/E

Engine Instructor

Perdido, Cristine Marie Alayon

Assistant Professor 2

Poncardas, Kid Arthur Daclison, OIC-EW

Assistant Professor 3 / Function Head 2

Ramos, Ronnie Zuñiga

Assistant Professor 2

Rearte, Ronaldo Balibado

Assistant Professor 3

Regalado, Rigor Garcia

Instructor

Relucio, Pedro Jr. Fernandez

Chemistry Laboratory Technician

Reyes, Anacleto Jr., Dimaunahan, OIC-EW

Engine Instructor

Rodriguez, Angelo Navoa, Engr.

Assistant Professor 1

Susano, Jose Paulo Romero, C/E

Engine Instructor

Sulit, Marcelino Jr. Palugod

Assistant Professor 2

Tabernilla, Diana Denise Margallo

Physics Laboratory Technician

Tagle, Kenneth King Pulga, 3/E

Engine Instructor

Tangco, Purificacion Valdez

Associate Professor 3 / IDO

Torio, Vicente Juan De Guzman, 2/E

Engine Instructor

Valenzuela, Sheilla Marie Martinez

Staff Assistant

Yutiga, Michael Bautista, 3/E

LMS Content Developer

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Graduate School
Graduate School

Center for Advanced Maritime Studies

MAAP continues in its pursuit of excellence with the opening of the Center for Advanced Maritime Studies (CAMS). It is a joint project of the AMOSUP under Dr. Conrado Oca together with the Seafarers' Promotion Fund managed by the All Japan Seamen's Union (AJSU) under Capt. Yoji Fujisawa, and the International Mariners Management Association of Japan (IMMAJ) under Mr. Tsutomu Izuka.

This is the fulfillment of the vision of the late Capt. Gregorio S. Oca, founding chairman of MAAP and president of AMOSUP, who along with VADM Eduardo Ma. R. Santos, AFP (Ret.), sought to improve the lives of Filipino seafarers by expanding welfare services through education and training.

CAMS is headed by an accomplished Technical Superintendent in the person of its AVP for Post Graduate and Executive Director, C/E Rodolfo D. Paiso, MSBM along with the pool of experienced management level officers with graduate degrees. And to ensure that students get global exposure and the benefit of different instructional approaches, CAMS has a "visiting professor program" with well-qualified foreign lecturers who will deliver special seminars on their specialization.

Mission

The Center for Advanced Maritime Studies offers high level educational programs and courses aimed to raise the professional and academic qualifications of Filipino Merchant Marine Officers to prepare them become effective Ship Superintendents and Managers or Academic Supervisor ashore.

CAMS shall also conduct research to solve real life problems and issues that will contribute to the development of the maritime industry and to propagate new process and technology to its stakeholders.

Program Offering

CAMS offer the following graduate programs:

  • Master of Science in Marine Transportation (Marine Superintendent); and
  • Master of Science in Marine Engineering (Technical Superintendent.

These are the first vertically articulated maritime graduate degree programs in the Philippines, incorporating the competence requirements of a Marine or Technical Superintendent as per DNV Standard 3.301.

Graduates of these programs possesses the qualifications and competence of a Marine Superintendent or Technical Superintendent and as academic supervisor in a maritime higher education institution.

Curriculum

  • Master of Science in Marine Transportation
  • Master of Science in Marine Engineering

Admission Requirement

  • Correctly and completely accomplished Application for Admission (F-001).
  • Photocopy of Management Level License.
  • Letter of Recommendation from the employer or supervisor or former professor.
  • Original copy of Transcript of Records (TOR) & one (1) set photocopy (Copy for: MAAP)
  • One (1) set photocopy of Diploma. 6. Three (3) recent 1 ½” x 2” Passport Size Photo with plain white background.

Tuition and Other Fees

  1. Tuition

    Unaffiliated StudentsPhp 2,000/unit
    AMOSUP Member StudentsPhp 1,000/unit
    Japanese Shipping Company - Connected StudentsPhp 200/unit

  2. Application Fee No cost
  3. Miscellaneous
    • Registration Subsidized
    • Library Subsidized
    • Energy Subsidized
    • Technology Support Subsidized
    • Student ID No cost
  4. Laboratory At cost
  5. Instructional Materials Subsidized

Forms

Office of the Academy
Registrar
Office of the Academy
Registrar

"The Registrar’s Office ensures on-time enrollment/registration in accordance to CHED and MARINA regulations, accurate documentation and records control, effective coordination with the external agencies and continually improves the services for customer’s satisfaction."

MISSION



To verify Amosup Seamen's Training Center Certificate, click this button.


To check the availability of Amosup Seamen's Training Center Certificate, click this button.


To view your Course Training History under Amosup Seamen's Training Center, click this button.

Procedures

  1. Midshipman to log-in at MAAP On-line Enrollment System (OES).
  2. Midshipman to accomplish OES-Profiling.
  3. Midshipman to present verification code to the Office of the Registrar.
  4. Midshipman to accomplish OES Clearance.
  5. Midshipman will secure Enrollment Form from the Office of the Registrar.

Note: All Midshipmen/women are required to submit their School Credentials from their previous schools upon enrollment. You may proceed to Windows 1 (WEST CAMPUS) or Window 2 (EAST CAMPUS) for verification.

  1. Enroll online prior the conduct of training.
  2. Click this for the Online Registration Form.
  3. Upload valid Medical Certificate, picture and other requirements specified at the Entry Requirements for STCW/Non-STCW Requirements.
  4. Upload Negative RT PCR Result conducted for COVID-19.
  5. Click submit.
  6. Report on your specified schedule provided by the AMOSUP Seamen's Training Center.

General guidelines once enrolled:

  • Mandatory wearing of face mask/face shield at all times inside the institution.
  • Maintain physical distancing in all activities (lectures, practical exercises, messing, billeting, etc.)
  • Trainee shall limit their belongings inside the institution to one (1) small bag only.
  • Trainee must take their meals/refreshments at designated area only.
  • Trainee shall limit their movement within designated areas only (ASTC billeting area, Classrooms, practical exercise/demonstration areas, messing areas)
  • Trainee who show symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, colds, high body temperature) shall be referred to the MAAP Infirmary for medical check-up as soon as possible thru tele-consultation for dipositive action.

Note: Please take note that offering of trainings is in reference to the ASTC Schedule of Trainings. Incomplete or Invalid entry requirements may be grounds for disenrollment.

  1. Student to fill-up CAMS Student Profile and submit credentials as instructed.
  2. Student to fill-up Enrollment Form upon endorsement by the CAMS on the courses to be enrolled.
  3. Student will receive Official Enrollment Form from the Office of the Registrar.

Note: Only students endorsed by the CAMS Executive Director will be entertained. Kindly coordinate to CAMS for the Admission Process.

  1. Graduating student may Apply for Graduation by clicking this (Online Application for Graduation Form).
  2. Graduating student shall coordinate to the Department of Shipboard Training regarding processing of his/her Final Grade Report, Placement Report and Notarized Certificate of Validation, Assessment and Approval.
  3. Graduating student shall coordinate to the Department of Academics regarding removal of INC of his/her COMPRE, if incomplete. The Completion Form (Undergraduate Program) will be sent thru email by request.
  4. Graduating student shall coordinate to the Department of Academics regarding offering of Safety 2 courses.
  5. If the graduating student was enrolled in AY 2012-2013 or earlier (i.e. Class 2016 or earlier), he/she shall submit in PDF format the Certificate of Completion for UT-OIC-NW Part A, Function 1 and 3, if Deck Cadet and UTOIC-EW Part A, Function 1, 2 and 4, if Engine Cadet at registrar@maap.edu.ph.
  6. Graduating student shall submit the following documents required for the application of CHED Special Order Number in PDF Format to registrar@maap.edu.ph:
    • Certificate of Sea Service
    • Seafarer's Record Book
    • Passport with Immigration Stamp of departure and arrival
    • Crew List with ship stamp and coast guard stamp
    • Training Record Book (Personal Detail Page)
  7. The Registrar will forward your application for graduation to the Academic Council and Training (ACAT) for deliberation.
  8. The Registrar will notify the graduating student through email regarding his/her application for graduation status and/or any instructions from Academic Council and Training (ACAT).
  9. List of MAAP Candidates for Graduation will be posted at the MAAP Website and Registrar's Office official Facebook Account. Please note that only those who completed the academic and shipboard training requirements are qualified for graduation.
  10. If your name is included on the List of MAAP Candidates for Graduation, please refer to the link below regarding procedures on the releasing of MAAP Transcript of Records/Diploma: maap.edu.ph/#MAAP-Office-Registrar

Request for Documents through Representative

  1. For the ASTC/MSC Certificate of Completion, Certificate of Enrollment, True Copy of Grades, Transfer Credential etc.
    1. Download and fill-up AUTHORIZATION TO REQUEST/RECEIVE DOCUMENTS FORM.
      Note: If the form does not appear in the browser, kindly check your "Downloads" folder.
    2. Submit fully accomplished AUTHORIZATION TO REQUEST/RECEIVE DOCUMENTS FORM to the MAAP-Office of the Registrar, Mariveles Bataan with:

      2.1 photocopy of valid ID with signature from the Representative and,
      2.2 photocopy of valid ID with signature from the Requesting Party (Document Owner).

    3. Receive requested documents.


  2. For the MAAP Transcript of Records and/or Diploma
    1. Download and fill-up AUTHORIZATION TO REQUEST/RECEIVE DOCUMENTS FORM.
      Note: If the form does not appear in the browser, kindly check your "Downloads" folder.
    2. Submit fully accomplished AUTHORIZATION TO REQUEST/RECEIVE DOCUMENTS FORM to the MAAP-Office of the Registrar, Mariveles Bataan with:

      2.1 photocopy of valid ID with signature from the Representative and,
      2.2 photocopy of valid ID with signature from the Requesting Party (Document Owner)
      2.3 original copy of Special Power of Attorney (SPA).

    3. Receive requested documents.

Releasing

  1. MAAP Graduate will:
    1. Submit fully accomplished Outgoing Clearance for TOR/Diploma.
    2. Fill-out mailing details form.
    3. Pay mailing fee in cash thru any of the following means:
      • MAAP Satellite Office (by appointment date)
      • Palawan Express (kindly coordinate to the Office of the Registrar for the details)
      • LBC Peso Pack (kindly coordinate to the Office of the Registrar for the details) *Please refer to LBC for the shipping rates; preferrably in LBC Courier N-Pouch XL 9.25 x 14 x 1.75 IN.
    4. Send copy of transaction slip on the following email address, if payment is made thru Palawan Express or LBC Peso Pack: registrar@maap.edu.ph
    5. Receive a LBC Tracking Number from the Office of the Registrar for your monitoring.
    6. Wait for delivery.

    REMINDER: Please take note that releasing of your MAAP Transcript of Records and Diploma depends on the following:

    • Availability of CHED Special Order Number from CHED RO 3.
    • Submitted Outgoing Clearance for TOR/Diploma.
    • Paid mailing fee.

    You may verify if your name is on the List of Available TOR/Diploma by clicking on the link below.

    Available TOR/Diploma


  2. For Resigned / Terminated / Separated Midshipmen/women
    1. Secure Outgoing Clearance Form at the Office of the Registrar.
    2. Submit fully accomplished Outgoing Clearance for TOR.
    3. Receive fully signed Transfer Credential and True Copy of Grades.

    Note:Transcript of Records will be issued upon receipt of the lower part of the issued Transfer Credential signed by your present school.

  1. Submit a Request Letter addressed to the Registrar stating the purpose of your request, your program, class, midshipman serial number and scheme.
  2. Forward your Request Letter to the Office of the Registrar for Approval.

Note:Releasing of Requested documents is within 3 working days upon receipt of the request letter.

For Walk-in Trainees

  1. Present Admission Card with Official Receipt
  2. Receive original copy of Certificate with certified true copies of Enrollment Report, Master list of Trainees and Certificate of Completion for COP
  3. Sign at the Certificate Release Report
  4. For MAAP Trainees

  1. Refer to the list of certificates available for claiming posted at the Bulletin Board and/or announcements through publication of orders.
  2. Receive original copy of Certificate with certified true copies of Enrollment Report, Master list of Trainees and Certificate of Completion for COP
  3. Sign at the Certificate Release Report
  1. Download and fill-up F-012 Re-issuance Form. Official documents will be processed / released to the requestor only upon payment of re-issuance/replacement fee and submission of requirements.
    • Kindly email the accomplished form and requirements at registrar@maap.edu.ph.
    • Kindly email copy of deposit slip at finance@maap.edu.ph.
  2. Payment for re-issuance/replacement fee of documents is through bank transfer or in cash at MAAP Satellite Office, Manila.


    MAAP BANK DETAILS
    Account Holder's Name: Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific
    Account Holder's Address: Kamaya Point, Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan
    Account No. : 0045 4007-6402
    Bank Name: BDO
    Bank Address: Quiapo Branch

  3. Payment of mailing fee is in CASH thru LBC Peso Pack or Palawan Express. Kindly coordinate to the Registrar for the details. For you to know the LBC delivery and shipping rates:
    1. Go to https://www.lbcexpress.com/rates
    2. Click "Regular Air Cargo"
    3. Select “Courier N-Pouch XL” or if the document requested is bigger, please choose the appropriate size.
    4. Type MARIVELES as origin
    5. Type your location at the Destination City
    6. Type 200 as Declared Value
    7. Send us the total amount that appears at the bottom
  4. If the requestor is unable to attend to the transaction himself/herself, he/she must email the following at registrar@maap.edu.ph
    1. Special Power of Attorney (for Diploma and Official Transcript of Records only)
    2. Fully accomplished F-087 AUTHORIZATION TO REQUEST/RECEIVE DOCUMENTS FORM.
      Note: If the form does not appear in the browser, kindly check your "Downloads" folder.
    3. Photocopy of requestor’s valid ID with picture and signature and a photocopy of his/her representative’s valid ID with picture and signature.
      PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT ONLY THOSE WHO ARE CURRENTLY RESIDING INSIDE MAAP CAMPUS MAY CLAIM THE REQUESTED DOCUMENT ON YOUR BEHALF.
  5. Please refer on the RELEASING DATE for the availability of your requested documents or you may call the MAAP Office of the Registrar at 632-8784-9100 loc 4006 on the status of your request. Your LBC Tracking Number will be posted at the Registrar’s Facebook Official Account for your reference. ALSO, PLEASE NOTE THAT MAILING OF REQUESTED DOCUMENTS IS SCHEDULED EVERY WEDNESDAY ONLY.
  6. Certificate of Completion/ Transfer Credential can be claimed at:

    MAAP Satellite Office, Intramuros, Manila (if signified). Kindly call the MAAP Satellite Office for the appointment date. Please take note that sending of documents depends on the availability of MAAP Shuttle Service.

    MAAP Transcript of Records and Diploma will be mailed directly to you once paid and complied with the requirements.


Site Map

We are located at the lower ground floor of the Main Building.


Operating Hours

Monday – Friday 8:00 AM TO 5:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM TO 12:00 NN


Contact Us

02-8784-9100 local 4006 / 4005
047-237-3355 local 4006 / 4005

E-mail addresses:
registrar@maap.edu.ph



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9th Quality Day Celebrated

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MAAP Celebrates National Seafarers Day 2017

The Midshipmen Fleet of the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific enjoins the whole Maritime community in celebrating the 22nd National Seafarers' Day last September 24, 2017 with the theme "MARINONG FILIPINO: NAG-UUGNAY SA MUNDO"... Click for more information.

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Capt Javellana: PH first woman to take the helm as shipmaster

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LET US LEVEL UP MAAP'S ESTEEM,
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First of all, let me thank you for participating in our traditional new year's call on the president. We are gathered on this first day of work in 2017, in fellowship as we review our achievements in 2016 and renew our resolve to do better as we lay down our plans for this year.

Before we start our review, I'd like to wish everyone a joyous, prosperous and blessed new year... Click to read more.

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The MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC (MAAP) was envisioned and established by Capt. Gregorio S. Oca, the visionary founder, the President of AMOSUP (Associated Marine Officer's and Seamen's Union of the Philippines) to be at par with the best maritime education and training institutions in the world.

MAAP, which was founded in January 14, 1998, is designed to be a world-class maritime academy hence; it is equipped with state-of the-art facilities compliant to the requirements of the STCW (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers).

The academy is accredited by the Commission of Higher Education (CHED), offers four-year scholarship grants in Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation and Marine Engineering, a five-year courses in Integrated Maritime Studies, Bridging Program for Marine Engineering, and postgraduate course as to qualified applicants selected nationwide through competitive entrance requirements. Through appropriate arrangement with various sponsors and donors, every graduate is assured of employment aboard commercial ships plying the foreign trade.

The AMOSUP Seamen's Training Center (ASTC) on the other hand, which is accredited by the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) STCW Office, and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), was established to carry out programs and services to benefit Union's members and their dependents.

ASTC was established in 1972. It conducted its first orientation seminars and training courses in 1973, with emphasis on trade unionism, dignity of the profession, duties and responsibilities to the Union, to the employer, to the country and other subjects on the never ending technological changes affecting working conditions onboard modern vessels.

Owing to the vision of Capt. Oca, the support of Stolt-Nielsen, Norwegian Shipping and Offshore Federation, and other unions and private organization, the training center continuously improved and upgraded its quality of service and kept on increasing the number of courses being offered.

A Governing Board composed of AMOSUP, Private Sector, Danish Shipowners Association, Norwegian Shipowners Association, Japanese Shipowners Association (JSA), All Japan Seamens' Union (AJSU), International Transport Workers Federation (ITF), International Maritime Employees' Committee and the Filipino Association of Marines' Employment (FAME) run the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific.

As to date, MAAP sits on a 143 hectare site upon the inauguration of the IMMAJ-PJMCC Campus last April 7, 2009 equipped with the first cutting-edge maritime simulators and laboratories in the Philippines. The Center for Advance Maritime Studies was inaugurated with the unveiling of Capt. Gregorio S. Oca monument, campus and building together with Engr. Johnny S. Oca building last November 28, 2011.

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History

In 1960's, moved by the unjust working conditions of the Filipino Seafarers, Capt. Gregorio S. Oca formed the Associated Marine Officers' Union of the Philippines (AMOUP) for the protection of officers working on board commercial ships.

Guided by similar principles and united by the same vision AMOUP unified with Associated Seamens' Union of the Philippines (ASUP) forming the Associated Marine Officers' and Seamen's Union of the Philippines (AMOSUP) in 1972. From 1972 up to the present, AMOSUP has championed the rights of the Filipino seafarers by negotiating CBA's with foreign shipping companies which has become the standards and by providing unparalled programs and range of essential services to its members and their dependent.

Presently,. AMOSUP-PTGWO-ITF embarks its most ambitious project to date, an academy where the best breed of merchant marine deck and engine officers in the world can be found - the MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC-KAMAYA POINT.

The MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC (MAAP) was envisioned and established by Capt. Gregorio S. Oca, the visionary founder, the President of AMOSUP (Associated Marine Officer's and Seamen's Union of the Philippines) to be at par with the best maritime education and training institutions in the world.

MAAP, which was founded in January 14, 1998, is designed to be a world-class maritime academy hence; it is equipped with state-of the-art facilities compliant to the requirements of the STCW (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers).

The academy is accredited by the Commission of Higher Education (CHED), offers four-year scholarship grants in Maritime Transportation and Maritime Engineering, a five-year course in Integrated Maritime Studies and Brigding Program for Maritime Engineering to qualified applicants selected nationwide through competitive entrance requirements. Through appropriate arrangement with various sponsors and donors, every graduate is assured of employment aboard commercial ships plying the foreign trade.

The AMOSUP Seamen's Training Center (ASTC) on the other hand, which is accredited by the Maritime Training Council (MTC), the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA), and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), was established to carry out programs and services to benefit Union's members and their dependents.

ASTC was established in 1972. It conducted its first orientation seminars and training courses in 1973, with emphasis on trade unionism, dignity of the profession, duties and responsibilities to the Union, to the employer, to the country and other subjects on the never ending technological changes affecting working conditions onboard modern vessels.

Owing to the vision of Capt. Oca, the support of Stolt-Nielsen, Norwegian Shipping and Offshore Federation, and other unions and private organization, the training center continuously improved and upgraded its quality of service and kept on increasing the number of courses being offered.

A Governing Board composed of the Private Sector, Danish Shipowners Association, Norwegian Shipowners Association, Japanese Shipowners Association (JSA), All Japan Seamens' Union (AJSU), International Transport Workers Federation (ITF), International Maritime Employees' Committee and the Filipino Association of Marines' Employment (FAME) run the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific.

As to date, MAAP sits on a 103 hectare site upon the inauguration of the IMMAJ-PJMCC Campus last April 7, 2009 equipped with the first cutting-edge maritime simulators and laboratories in the Philippines. The Center for Advance Maritime Studies was inaugurated with the unveiling of Capt. Gregorio S. Oca monument, campus and building together with Engr. Johnny S. Oca building last November 28, 2011.

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VISION. The Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific envisions itself as a leading institution of excellence in the maritime education and training in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
MISSION. The Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific provides quality education and training to students for the development of competent graduates who shall possess the character, knowledge, and skills necessary for the successful pursuit of a maritime career.

Quality Policy

We at MAAP commit to manage a maritime education and training environment that satisfies its clientele's and stakeholders' requirements and achieves greater efficiency by continual system improvement.

Educational Quality Policy

We at MAAP commit to manage a maritime education and training environment that satisfies its learners’, stakeholders’, social responsibility, and intellectual property requirements and achieves greater efficiency by sustainable development and continual educational quality standard system, scientific, and technical improvement.

Core Values

INTEGRITY

being consistently honest and trustworthy in work even without supervision thus gaining trust and respect of clients and stakeholders with open and transparent decision making processes.

SELF-DISCIPLINE

ability to motivate oneself regardless emotional state leading towards hard work and persistence to get ones' job done.

EXCELLENCE

Striving for the highest personal and institutional achievement in all aspects of work, individual and community action and life-long learning.

FAMILY

the culture of unity and deeper understanding of teamwork as people bounded together in one in spirit, sentiment and purpose.

OPITO Policy Statement

MAAP hereby commit itself to fully implement and maintain OPITO standards by aligning its Quality Management System to the OPITO regulations; adequate provision and proactive maintenance of physical resources; ensuring OPITO trainers, assessors, and staff are competent, trained and continually evaluated; and documenting a reliable and detailed competence-based training and assessment that will satisfy candidates' training needs.

The objectives of the OPITO policy statement are:

  • To inform delegates about OPITO and their activities;
  • To ensure instructors, assessors and staff will follow the OPITO standard;
  • Instructors, assessors, third parties, management and comments from delegates help to improve the quality of the OPITO courses at MAAP;
  • To implement up to date statistics and information into the OPITO courses at MAAP.

Quality System

ISO 21001:2018
1ST DNV GL ISO 21001:2018 MARITIME HEI CERTIFIED IN THE COUNTRY AND IN THE REGION
ISO 9001 : 2015
PROVISION OF MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING TO THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING INDUSTRY
PSB 100 : 2002
PROVISION OF MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY
BSMT AND BSMARE PROGRAM LEVEL 3 ACCREDITED
ACCREDITED TRAINING PROVIDER

"Ever the trailblazer in the maritime quality management system, another milestone achieved by MAAP as being the 1st maritime academic institution to be certified under the ISO 9001:2015 Standards globally. It is therefore an honor by DNVGL to give this ISO 9001 certification."

ENGR. ALEXANDER JAVIER

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Training Facilities

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DECK DEPARTMENT
DECK DEPARTMENT
ENGINE DEPARTMENT
ENGINE DEPARTMENT
AMOSUP Seamen's Training Center
ASTC

Profile

Answering the plight of seafarers working in the overseas shipping companies, Capt. Gregorio S. Oca organized the ASSOCIATED MARINE OFFICER'S AND SEAMEN'S UNION OF THE PHILIPPINES (AMOSUP) in 1961 to :

  • To unite all Filipino Seafarers and to educate them to cooperate in every movement which tends to benefit the organization;
  • To impress upon the membership, employers and the whole world that it is to the advantage of all concerned that workers be organized.;
  • To work for the upgrading of the standard of all licensed and unlicensed officers and seamen in this country and to work for the establishment of adequate wage standard, international or national level, sufficient to provide a decent living to every seafarers and their families;
  • To create, maintain, operate , staff and equip a Seamen's Center, Hospitals and Training Centers and other projects which would attain and give maximum services to the members and their families and;
  • To train Filipino seafarers from the vast unemployed so that they may attain the quality standards required by the world shipping industry and to develop them through educational programs, seminars and training to qualify for higher positions of responsibilities.

For these objectives and mandate of the Constitution and By-laws of the UNION, the AMOSUP Seamen's Training Center was established in 1972.

The AMOSUP SEAMEN'S TRAINING CENTER (ASTC) is one of the organizations of the ASSOCIATED MARINE OFFICERS' AND SEAMEN'S UNION OF THE PHILIPPINES (AMOSUP). ASTC first conducted seminars in 1973 to emphasize unionism, pride in their profession, their duties and responsibilities in their Union, to their country and other subjects on the never ending technological changes affecting working conditions on board modern vessels of today.

The AMOSUP Seamen's Training Center (ASTC) is one of the most equipped training centers in the country nowadays. ASTC also acquired the state of the art equipment such as a Full Mission Bridge Simulator with ECDIS and fifteen (15) other own ships with ARPA and Radar Equipment, eight of which with state-of-the-art ECDIS. It also has a Full Mission Desktop Engine Simulator with Cargo Handling capability for VLCC, LNG and Chemical Tankers. In addition, ASTC also possess its own fire fighting infrastructures and equipment for firefighting courses.

The center is accredited by MTC, MARINA, TESDA and other government and private agencies. ASTC is also recognized by PRC as an assessment center for SSBT and ERS. And to continuously improve and upgrade the quality of its services, the training center carries out upgrading programs and services which will improve the competence and proficiency of Filipino seafarers and make them globally competitive in their field.

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Vision

The AMOSUP Seamen's Training Center (ASTC) envisions itself as the center of excellence and leading center for maritime training and upgrading of seafarers in the Asia Pacific Region.

Mission

The Training Center's mission is to train and develop seafarers in order to ensure that they possess the technical skills and expertise necessary to comply with the requirements of STCW.

Quality Policy

The AMOSUP Seamen's Training Center (ASTC) is committed to quality service.

We are determined to attain this quality objective by providing our trainees with the technological skills and proper training not only to comply with but also to exceed the requirements of maritime training and upgrading.

Training Program Schedule

For inquiries, kindly reach us through our telephone numbers
(02) 8784-9100 / (047) 237-3355
Local 4110 (MLC Office)

Courses and Fees

Renewal / Revalidation of COC

Trainees in Action

MAAP Simulator Center
MAAP Simulator Center

History

The MAAP Simulator Center was established as a department on 12 May 2005 pursuant to Memorandum Circular 2005-20.

MSC Mission

The MAAP Simulator Center’s mission is to train/enhance seafarers, midshipmen and clients through simulation to ensure that they possess the necessary skills and expertise to comply with the requirements of STCW, regulatory and statutory requirements.

MSC Personnel

The MAAP Simulator Center (MSC) is the primary unit responsible in the simulator usage in the Academy. The MSC is directly under the AVP for Academics and the Office of the President.

Capt. Philip Caesar G. Cruz
MSC Director

Capt. Lester C. Malabanan
MSC Assistant Director/Deck Section Head

Capt. Van Angelo M. Villegas
Deck Facilitator - IMMAJ Campus

2/O Gideon H. Varon
Deck Facilitator - CGSO Campus

C/E Kristian Mark A. Jacinto
Engine Section Head – IMMAJ Campus

3/E Kid Arthur Poncardas
Engine Facilitator - CGSO Campus

C/O Nathan M. Tumbocon
CPTS Deck Facilitator

3/E Francisco Mariñas
CPTS Engine Facilitator (Part-Time)

Alyssa Francheska A. Abesamis
Staff, MSC

Contact Us

Office No.: 02-8784-9100 local 4045
E-mail address: msc@maap.edu.ph

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:

For the time being Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific will not be conducting training for the IMO Model Course 6.10 training due to the pending threat of COVID-19 neither will we be accepting any trainees or anyone until further notice from MAAP management is given.

We hope that you understand and rest assured that we will keep you posted as soon as we will resume the said training.

Wishing you all safety and Good health.

MSC Offered Courses/Trainings

Offered to IMMAJ sponsored seafarers:

  1. Advanced Tank Cleaning Course (ATCC)
  2. Chemical and Product Tanker Simulator Training Course (CPTS)

Extension Service:

  1. Training Course for Simulator Instructors and Assessors (IMO Model Course 6.10)

Training Course for Simulator Instructors and Assessors Course (IMO model course 6.10) by the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA), in cooperation with the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP), is a 5-day course (43 hours), intended for MHEIs and MTIs as part of the Administration-approved requirements for simulator instructors and assessors. This endeavor intends to augment the capacity of the faculty members of the CHED approved MHEIS to fully comply with CMO Nos. 31 and 32 series of 2013.

The conduct of the IMO Model Course 6.10 at MAAP is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of AMOSUP and “FREE OF CHARGE” for the participants and considered as Extension Services of MAAP. Only Board and Lodging is charged to the participants for the 5-day duration of the whole course. Participants taking the Course are endorsed by MARINA.

Duration Period of Training: 5 days (43 hours)
Venue of Training: Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific, Mariveles, Bataan
Qualification of Trainee: Open for all Maritime Instructors who completed IMO Model Course 6.09, IMO Model Course 3.12 and/or Simulator-based training/s
Course Fee: The training is FREE, inclusive of insurance of trainees while on training. Trainees are to pay Php 3,500.00 for meals and accommodation. For those trainees that will not avail the accommodation they will pay Php 2,500 for meals only.
Entry Requirements
  • Photocopy of IMO Model Course 6.09 Certificate
  • Photocopy of IMO Model Course 3.12 Certificate
  • Photocopy of Simulator Based Training Certificate, if applicable
  • 2 pcs 1.5x1.5 recent colored picture
Reminder: ALL trainees are advised to bring their own laptops.


Conduct of Integrated Simulator Training to Midshipmen

The MAAP Simulator Center (MSC) and Department of Academics in collaboration with MIITD are conducting the Integrated Bridge/Engine Simulator Training for MAAP cadets. The said training is conducted every weekend that commences every Friday at 1700H and ends every Sunday at 1200H. Per schedule, there are 72 cadets involved (36 per campus) every weekend; composed of 1st Class Midshipmen who act as Captains/Chief Engineers, 2nd Class Midshipmen who act as Chief Officer/1st AE or Officer-on-Watch, 3rd Class Midshipmen as watches and the 4th Class Midshipmen as observers and assistants to the duty watches.

The Integrated Bridge and Engine Simulator Training Program was primarily designed because of the training needs of seafarers with the use of Bridge and Engine Simulator as per STCW Section A-I/6 and Section B-I/6. It is patterned to the IMO Model Course 1.22 Ship Simulator Bridge Teamwork for Deck and IMO Model Course 2.07 Engine Room Simulator and Engine Teamwork for Engine. Bulk of the exercises is concentrated on the bridge and engine teamwork as one whole vessel using the integrated system of MAAP Bridge and Engine Full Mission Simulators both on East and West Campus. The MAAP Midshipmen will be trained with the use of MSC Deck and Engine Forms and Checklist to be filled up as part of MAAP policies same as the SMS used by shipping companies.

Continuing Education Center
Continuing Education Center

Bridging Programs

A distinct program designed to new competencies of BSME, BSEE and BSECE programs with that of the BSMarE program—in accordance with CMO 2, series of 2015—thus, a program that is transitional on purpose, one which retrofits land-based engineering programs to one of a program fit for sea-based application.

BS Mechanical Engineering

BS Electrical Engineering

BS Electronics and Communications Engineering

BS Marine Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering is a higher education degree program that deals with the study of marine propulsion system, its operation and maintenance as well as controlling the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the operational level of marine engineering.

Required Documents

  • Original Copy of Transcript of Records
  • Diploma (BSME/BSEE/BSECE)
  • Transfer Credential / Honorable Dismissal
  • Original Copy of PSA Birth Certificate
  • Copy of medical/physical examinations
  • Endorsement letter from the shipping company
  • Philippine Passport

Career Paths

A graduate of the BSMarE Program is prepared for careers in, among others:
  • Merchant Marine profession
  • Maritime Industry
    • Ship building and repair
    • Ship operations and management
    • Port operations and management
    • Ship surveying and inspection
    • Offshore industry
  • Maritime Education and Training
  • Industrial and Commercial Establishment
  • Government
    • Philippine Navy
    • Philippine Coast Guard
    • Maritime Industry Authority

CEC Mission

To provide dynamic and relevant educational programs by offering courses which address industry-specific concerns in order to ensure the primacy of the Filipino seafaring leader in the world maritime industry.

CEC Vision

CEC envisions itself to be a leading maritime innovative education center for the fully employed learner seeking to become a professional maritime manager and business leader for the country and the world.

CEC Quality Policy

CEC is committed to manage a quality education and training environment addressing specific concerns responsive to the development needs of the local and global maritime industry.

Authority to Operate

In accordance with the pertinent provisions of Republic Act (RA) No. 7722, otherwise known as the "Higher Education act of 1994," and by the virtue of Commission en Banc (CEB) Resolution No. 006-2017, the Government Authority is granted to Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) to operate the BS Marine Engineering (BSMarE) Bridging Program for BSME, BSEE and BSECE, effective January 10, 2017.

Program Educational Objectives

  • Provide and equip students with knowledge, understanding proficiencies, skills, competencies, attitudes and values to qualify and prepare them for Examination, Assessment, Licensing and Certification as Officer-in Charge of an Engineering Watch (OIC-EW) in a manned engine-room or designated duty engineer officer in a periodically unmanned engine-room on seagoing ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 750 kW propulsion power or more; and
  • Produce graduates who are qualified to pursue a professional career or advanced studies in a related maritime field of specialization

Program Outcomes

  • Demonstrate the ability to perform the competence at the operational level under Section A-III/1 of the STCW Code;
  • Apply knowledge in mathematics, science and technology in solving problems related to the profession and the workplace;
  • Work in a multi-cultural and/or multi-disciplinary team;
  • Understand professional and ethical responsibilities;
  • Communicate effectively in oral and written English;
  • Understand the impact and implications of various contemporary issues in global and social context of the profession
  • Engage in lifelong learning and keep abreast with the developments in the field of specialization and/or profession;
  • Use appropriate techniques, skills and modern tools in the practice of the profession in order to remain globally competitive; and
  • Conduct research using appropriate research methodologies

BSME-BSMarE Curriculum

Duration: Ten (10) months in-house maritime education and training for BSME to BSMarE

Program Fee:
Php 176,268.00 per head (Excluding Uniform and Hair Cut)
Php 6,000.00 TRB Assessment
Php 12,000.00 (uniform, estimated)

Minimum of twelve (12) months Shipboard Training and Approved Workshop Training for both Bridging Programs.

STCW Courses for Both Bridging Programs:

  • Safety 1 (Basic Training)
  • Security Awareness Training (SAT)
  • Seafarers with Designated Security Duties (SDSD)
  • Engine Room Simulator with Engine Resource Management (ERS with ERM)

CoursesSTCW FunctionUnits
ENGL 3 (Speech Communication with IMO SMCP)F43
MACH SHOP 4 (Machine Shop 4 ) (Abridge 1,2 & 3) - Hands OnF31
MPS (Marine Propulsion System) (Marine Diesel, Steam, Gas, Electric Propulsion System)F14
AUTO 2 (Marine Automation)F24
AUX MACH (Auxiliary Machinery 3) (Aux Mach 1 & 2) Operation of Different Engine Room MachineriesF12
PERSMAN (Leadership and Teamwork)F43
ELECTRO 3 (Marine Electricity)F25
MARENV (Protection of the Marine Environment)F43
MAINTENANCE (Maintenance and Repair)F33
E-WATCH (Engine Watchkeeping with Resource Management)F13
MARLAW (Maritime Law)F44
NAVARCH (Naval Architecture)F42
ICHEM (Industrial Chemistry and Tribology)F13
40
Shipboard Training - as per CMO 70, Series of 2017Total40
Grand Total80
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BSEE/BSECE-BSMarE Curriculum

Duration: Fifteen (15) months in-house maritime education and training for BSEE/BSECE to BSMarE

Program Fee:
Php 264,403.00 per head Excluding Uniform and Hair Cut)
Php 6,000.00 TRB Assessment
Php 12,000.00 (uniform, estimated)

Minimum of twelve (12) months Shipboard Training and Approved Workshop Training for both Bridging Programs.

STCW Courses for Both Bridging Programs:

  • Safety 1 (Basic Training)
  • Security Awareness Training (SAT)
  • Seafarers with Designated Security Duties (SDSD)
  • Engine Room Simulator with Engine Resource Management (ERS with ERM)

Courses STCW FunctionUnits
ENGL 3 (Speech Communication withIMO SMCP)F43
MACH SHOP 1(Machine Shop 1)(Hand and Measuring Tools)F32
MACH SHOP 2(Machine Shop 2)(Machining Tools)F32
MACH SHOP 3(Machine Shop 3)(Gas and Electric Welding)F32
AUX MACH 1 (Auxiliary Machinery 1)F16
AUX MACH 2 (Auxiliary Machinery 2)F15
PPD (Marine Propulsion System)(Diesel and Electric)F15
PASGT (Propulsion Ancillary Systems and Gas Turbine)F13
ELECTRO 3 (Marine Electricity)F25
PPS (Power Plant Steam)F16
AUTO 2 (Marine Automation)F24
PERSMAN (Leadership and Teamwork)F43
MARENV (Protection of the Marine Environment)F43
MAINT(Maintenance and Repair)F33
EWATCH (Engine Watchkeeping withResource Management)F13
MARLAW (Maritime Law)F44
NAVARCH (Naval Architecture)F42
ICHEM(Industrial Chemistry and Tribology)F13
TOTAL62
Shipboard Training - as per CMO 70, Series of 2017Total40
Grand Total102
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Contact Us

Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan
+632-7411024 Local. 4060
cec@maap.edu.ph
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MANILA OFFICE
AMOSUP Annex Building Cabildo Corner
Sta. Potenciana Street, Intramuros, Manila
(02) 527-2110

Research
Research
External Relations
External Relations

History

In line with the directives of pioneer MAAP President VAdm Eduardo Ma R Santos, AFP ( Ret) to document all MAAP initiatives and strong linkages both local and international, the Department of Research and Extension Services (DRES), established on May 3, 1999 , became the External Relations Office (ERO) in January 2014, with Prof. Angelica M. Baylon as its Director, still under the Office of MAAP President. Research and Extension Services offices were made two separate offices under the Academics Department who shall ensure that all faculty members would have research outputs every semester. The reorganization was intended for better management and focus on key areas for development. The establishment of ERO under the Office of the President is anchored on the belief that creating, building and sustaining strong relationship with the external community, maritime industry and universities local and globally, will improve the Academy's maritime education & training (MET) capacity and competitiveness. Networking with key partners around the world is crucial for MAAP to be truly globally competitive

Vision

By year 2020, MAAP thru ERO shall be recognized as a reputable higher maritime education institution with its performance indicated by having highly satisfied/sustained stakeholders/clienteles (feedback thru letters; commendations; sponsored invitations etc); accredited by local and international bodies on various aspects, successful funded projects/activities and recognition, awards and grants received on various concerns, making MAAP known in the local and international arena.

Mission

ERO plans, initiates, monitors and evaluates MAAP external linkages and networks that are relevant in enhancing the quality of its programs /projects and activities in collaboration with reputable external partners;

Objectives

ERO aims to support the MAAP vision, mission and objectives, most especially in terms of strengthening national and international linkages and partnerships. ERO pro-actively develops cooperative relationships with relevant contacts - maritime education and training officials, faculty members, facilitators, government officials and other maritime stakeholders to maintain the Academy's reputation, while paving the way for future maritime partnerships and opportunities

Guiding Philosophy

External Activities at MAAP which are in partnership with external partners or linkages are carried out in accordance with the directives of MAAP President as well as current trends for innovative development. External activities and expansion of external contacts are important conditions for the creation of an effective system of quality management which allow meeting of excellent education standards. In order to enter the educational international market and arena, MAAP carries out the following tasks:

  1. Development of cooperation with external organizations and educational establishment which are either maritime or non-maritime;
  2. Implementation of external educational , extension and research projects /programs;
  3. Organization of external international visits , internships , business trips and conduct of international seminars, conferences and other events in partnerships with external entities;
  4. Preparation of MOUS and MOAs and arrange signing either in MAAP or in any agreed venue;
  5. Hosting of local or international conferences , seminar-workshops and symposia;
  6. Submission of MAAP entries for awards /recognitions;
  7. Preparation of proposed projects for funding.
Careers
Careers
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Initial Requirements:
  1. Photocopy of NBI Clearance
  2. Photocopy of Tax Identification Number (TIN)
  3. Photocopy of Social Security System Number (SSS)
  4. Photocopy of Pag-IBIG Number
  5. Identification (ID) Pictures (2 pcs 1x1 and 2pcs 2x2)
  6. Photocopy of Applicant’s Birth Certificate (4 copies)
  7. Photocopy of Marriage Contract, if married (4 copies)
  8. Birth certificate of children, if any (4 copies each)
  9. Certificate of Employment from previous employers/ Sea Service Certificate
  10. Certificate of Good Moral Character, if newly graduated
  11. Certified, Authenticated and Verified (CAV) Transcript of Records and Diploma
  12. Photocopy of training/seminar certificates
  13. Photocopy of valid PRC license, if applicable
  14. PhilHealth No. / ID
HUMAN RESOURCE DIVISION
Contact Nos: 09479960718
02-8784-9100 Local 4018(HRD) / 4007(HRO)
and look for Ms. Peachie Sta Cruz
Bataan Line: 047-237-3355
marellcelstacruz@yahoo.com.ph
sophiestacruz@gmail.com

MAAP-AMOSUP CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Cabildo Corner Sta. Potenciana Street
Intramuros, Manila
Telefax Number: 02-527-2110
Contact Us
Contact Us
Location
KamayaPt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

Phone: (02) 8784-9100
Cellular Phone: (63) 908 886 4130
Bataan Line: (047) 237-3355
Fax No.: (02) 741-1006
(02) 741-1024
E-Add: info@maap.edu.ph

Manila Office

AMOSUP Annex Building
Cabildo Corner Sta. Potenciana Street Intramuros, Manila

Phone: (02) 527-2110