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Delivery of PMP Module 7, Cycle 2 in the Philippines

 

TrainForTrade, in cooperation with the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) local organising committee, will deliver Module 7 of the Modern Port Management Course from 19 – 23 June 2017 in Manila. 24 middle managers from the port communities of the Philippines who are enrolled in the UNCTAD TrainForTrade Port Management Programme will participate in the course.

The module will be delivered by local instructors from PPA who have been certified by TrainForTrade as local trainers. The seventh of the eight training modules examines the  administrative and legal management of ports.  A dissertation simulation will also be organized in order to prepare the participants for their upcoming  Mock Defense in July

The Philippines is currently undergoing the second cycle of the Port Management Programme. Each training cycle lasts 16 to 24 months and comprises 240 hours of in-class training and a final thesis. The course deliveries are led by UNCTAD and international instructors (Irish port experts), as well as local senior managers who have completed the training-of-trainers workshop. This strategy highlights the uniqueness and strength of the TrainForTrade Port Management Programme in fostering local ownership to reinforce its impact and ensure sustainability. Local ownership of the programme is achieved through a financing scheme that requires the participating ports to provide the majority of the programme’s funds, and by gradually shifting responsibility for implementing the programme from UNCTAD to the participating ports.

Contacts:

Mark Assaf      Aylwin Zabula

Delivery of Module 6 of the Port Management Programme in the Philippines

Davao, Philippines (24 – 28 April 2017)

TrainForTrade, in cooperation with the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) local organising committee, will deliver Module 6 of the Modern Port Management Course from 24 – 28 April 2017 in Davao. 24 middle managers from the port communities of the Philippines who are enrolled in the UNCTAD TrainForTrade Port Management Programme will participate in the course.

The module will be delivered by a port expert from the  Autoridad Portuaria de Valencia – Valenciaport, along with instructors from PPA and Cebu Port Authority (CPA) who have been certified by TrainForTrade as local trainers.

The fifth of the eight training modules examines the  economic and commercial management of ports, and highlights the need for modern successful ports to invigorate their management and develop a commercial strategy to preserve their current customers and source new ones.

The Philippines is currently undergoing the second cycle of the Port Management Programme. Each training cycle lasts 16 to 24 months and comprises 240 hours of in-class training and a final thesis. The course deliveries are led by UNCTAD and international instructors (Irish port experts), as well as local senior managers who have completed the training-of-trainers workshop.

Contact: Mark Assaf    Aylwin Zabula

Delivery of Module 5 of the Modern Port Management Course in the Philippines, 20 – 24 Feb

philportsTrainForTrade, in cooperation with the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) local organising committee, is currently delivering Module 5 of the Modern Port Management Course from 20 – 24 February 2017 in Manila. 25 middle managers from the port communities of the Philippines who are enrolled in the UNCTAD TrainForTrade Port Management Programme is participating in the course.

Irish Aid_LogoDublin Port Company LogoThe module is being delivered by two port experts from Dublin Port Company, along with senior managers from PPA who have been certified by TrainForTrade as local trainers. The fifth of the eight training modules examines the methods of tools of port management.

img_1322The Philippines is undergoing the second cycle of the Port Management Programme. Each training cycle lasts 16 to 24 months and comprises 240 hours of in-class training and a final thesis. The course deliveries are led by UNCTAD and international instructors (Irish port experts), as well as local senior managers who have completed the training-of-trainers workshop.

Contacts: Mark Assaf   Aylwin Zabula

Delivery of PMP Module 3 in Manila

philportsTrainForTrade, in cooperation with the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) local organising committee, will deliver Module 3 of the Modern Port Management Course from 24 – 28 October 2016 in Manila. 25 middle managers from the port communities of the Philippines who are enrolled in the UNCTAD TrainForTrade Port Management Programme will participate in the course.

Module 3 PPA GM

The module will be delivered by a port expert from Ireland, along with senior managers from PPA who have been certified by TrainForTrade as local trainers.

The third of the eight training modules examines the external functions of a port system in the areas of safety, cargo and handling. It reviews commercial port operations and the different services offered to the main port users.

The General Manager of PPA, Atty. Jay Daniel Santiago graced the opening of the workshop delivery and extended his support to the participants during the ceremonies.

Contacts: Mark Assaf         Aylwin Zabula

PMP Module 2 delivery in the Philippines

philportsTrainForTrade, in cooperation with the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) local organising committee, is currently delivering Module 2 of the Modern Port Management Course from 10 – 14 October 2016 in Manila. 26 middle managers from the port communities of the Philippines who are enrolled in the UNCTAD TrainForTrade Port Management Programme is participating in the course.

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The module is being delivered by Mark Assaf, Chief, HRDS/TrainForTrade, along with senior managers from PPA who have been certified by TrainForTrade as local trainers.

The second of the eight training modules examines the port as a system, in particular the actions that a country could take in connection with port facilities to ensure that national ports (big or small; local, regional or national) develop and function efficiently.

Contacts: Mark Assaf

                  Aylwin Zabula