School of Marine

Diploma in Marine Hospitality & Catering

The course is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed for a successful career in the hospitality operations part of a cruise, as well s providing an essential understanding of elements relating to life and work on a cruise ship. Besides the sea-based hospitality knowledge.

1) One year Diploma Course with Indian CDC issued by DG Shipping Govt. of India.

Hospitality in Cruise Management

The course is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed for a successful career in the hospitality operations part of a cruise, as well s providing an essential understanding of elements relating to life and work on a cruise ship. Besides the sea-based hospitality knowledge, students are also equipped with knowledge on the general hospitality content for the land based industry as well .Therefore this course will provide the best of both worlds, be it at sea or on land.

Eligibility:

The candidates should have passed 10th or 12th Standard exam from a recognized board with minimum of 40% marks in aggregate. The candidate should have secured a minimum of 40% marks in English language at 10th or 12th standard examination from a recognized board

Subject: Marine Hospitality
Advanced Class
  • Cruise Maritime Operations
  • Cruise Terminology
  • Hospitality English
  • Interpersonal Skills
Major in Food and Beverage
  • Marlin English
  • Theory in Food and Beverage Services
  • Food and Beverage Practicals
  • Cruise Maritime Operations
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Industrial Attachment
Marine Catering
  • Marlin English
  • Catering Personnel
  • Theory In Kitchen Operation
  • Western Cuisine Practicals
  • Cruise Maritime Operations
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Industrial Attachment

STCW

  • Proficiency in Survival Techniques Elementary First Aid
  • Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting
  • Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
  • Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
  • SECURITY TRAINING FOR SEAFARERS WITH DESIGNATED SECURITY DUTIES
  • Passenger Ship Familiarization

Seafarer Documentation

MANA. is expanding its services through the gained knowledge over the years. With the prime goal to become one stop solution for shipping fraternity, we cater the need and demands of FLAG CHANGE and SEAFARER DOCUMENTATION.

MANA has rich experience in seafarer recruitment as well as their Licensing and documentation work. We can provide guidance for Indian, Palau, Honduras, Panama, Micronesia Flag, CoC, CDC, Watch keeping and endorsements work.

We are devoted and fully dedicated to maintaining high values of quality throughout the array of services provided and have customary systems of control to meet our customer requirements like flag change, Seaman book, CoC, endorsements, Watch keeping etc…

We have always sustained quality as an integral part of the services provided by our More and therefore each associate is equally

CDC / COC/ Watch keeping/ Endorsements Guidance for following flag

INDIAN
HONDURAS
PALAU
PANAMA
MICRONESIA

Mandatory STCW Courses (2010)

  • Proficiency in Survival Techniques Elementary First Aid
  • Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting
  • Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
  • Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
  • SECURITY TRAINING FOR SEAFARERS WITH DESIGNATED SECURITY DUTIES Passenger Ship Familiarization

Indose-Indian CDC

We are providing 100% placement T&T Global Landon & V Cruise line are our official recruitment partners

Benefit of Cruise Job

Working on a cruise line offers many benefits. It is no wonder that dozens of people from developing countries make their way on board to take advantage of these. A recent report suggested that Indians make up as much as 30 per cent of global recruitment for the international cruise sector. So many people opting for jobs onboard cannot be wrong. It is true that shipboard life may not be for everyone, but it offers a great many advantages.

The most obvious benefit, particularly for people from developing countries like India, is financial. Cruise ship companies often receive flak for poor pay, but even at the most basic position on board, this is enough to support a family from a poor country. Reputed cruise ship companies, however, adhere strictly to wage laws and staff working in galleys and in housekeeping can expect decent pay by international standards. Due to good conversion rates from the dollar to rupees, they make much more money when compared to a similar position on land.

Medical insurance is another benefit, which is required by maritime law. Employees at reputed cruise companies are able to choose from a variety of programmes that suits their situation. This means that while there is basic insurance coverage, other paid programmes are also available for wider coverage or discounted rates for medical services such as advanced eye care. It is worth noting that medical assistance and services are quite expensive in developed countries like the US or the Caribbean where cruise lines stop at, so having medical insurance taken care of is a great boon.

Cruise companies also offer basic life insurance for free, with supplemental insurance that is can be paid for by the employee. In addition, there is life insurance for spouses and children, insurance covering accidents, death and travel to and from the ship.

Some employees are even eligible for retirement savings plans through the cruise More itself. Princess Cruises, for example, pays those who have worked for five years or more up to six per cent of their pay, if they contributed as much towards the retirement plan during their years of service.

If you are looking at investments with your hard-earned money, your More might offer you a chance to be part of the growth of the cruise industry. Employees are often able to buy More stocks at a rate lower than the market price. As the More profits, so do you.

However, not all benefits are related to finance. The cruise More pays for your tickets to and from your home to wherever the ship is docked when you’re joining on contract. On board, you may be able to avail of free laundry service depending on your position. Crew bars, stores for general supplies and medicines, and even restaurants on the cruise ship you work on offer discounts and low rates for crew.

The benefits of cruise ship jobs can even extend into port. Tours to sites of interest or activities are cheaper for crew compared to guests. Management puts in place a crew director who looks after employee affairs, part of which includes organised tours and trips at cheaper rates in port.

In addition, food and lodging for the duration of your contract is paid for by the More. The cruise ship crew mess will serve food from the place of origin of most employees, so you will be bound to find Indian and Filipino dishes along with other world-wide favorites like mashed potato, pizza, pasta, sandwiches and desserts in your buffets each day.

All in all, it is worth noting the many benefits of cruise ship jobs when considering employment in the hospitality industry.