Our Oceanic Hospitality Training Centre is a state of the art
facility that provides a venue for up-to-date training of seafarers
by international chefs and other ship industry professionals.
The training centre simulates the working environment of a
ship's galley, mess room, store rooms, reception area and laundry,
with a classroom for educational discussions and mess trainings.
The training centre is equipped with the same modern electrical
equipment found in international vessels.
Its kitchen layout enables practical training in line with the
latest inter¬national HACCP, US Public Health standards and
European Shipsan. The facility provides visual training aids as
well as an on-line broadcasting facility through which guest chefs
and industry officials can carry out remote online training
The facility provides state of the art audio visual training
aids as well as on-line broadcasting which guest chefs and industry
officials may utilize to conduct remote online training sessions.
Clients may monitor training sessions online.
Clients may also monitor training sessions online. As a
commitment to quality, ISO 2008:2011 accredited Oceanic
Hospitality Training Centre meets MLC 2006 standards and provides
only internationally recognised trainings. It is also accredited by
the Philippine Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
or (TESDA) as a training and assessment centre for aspiring
culinary professional seafarers.
We don't just ensure deck and engine crew are trained to meet
level of competence - we also invest in our galley department.
We are specialized in providing internationally recognized
trainings and the development of tailor made training courses based
on customer needs.
The company is recruiting HRM graduates from various known
schools within the Philippines to take part in its culinary
programme. They are trained to initially do the messman's job with
a view to becoming a future ship's cook. V.Ships Manila with its
modern catering facility is regarded as one of the country's
leading establishments for providing ships with a varied catering