AT the end of six months all candidates will be on the ships. Sensea Maritime Academy placement services are an ISO 9001-2008 certified. SMA is vested with the commitment of placing its students in maritime job market. SMA is under empanelment of supply of skilled manpower to shipping companies throughout the world. As the candidate CDC is received he will be informed for the vacancies in different countries for placement. SMA provides placement mainly in Foreign Going Vessels. Our placement team comprising of dedicated professionals are in constant touch with the leaders of marine sectors for the placement of our students. The leading international shipping companies are regularly recruiting our students directly. Our academy has achieved 100% placement for our candidates.
C.D.C. (Continuous Discharge Certificate):- C.D.C means a Continuous Discharge Certificate-cum-Seafarer's Identity Document. This document certifies that the person holding this is a seaman as per The International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers (STCW), 1978, as amended 1995. Every seafarer must carry this document while on board, which is also an official and legal record of his sea experience. The master of the vessel signs the document each time a seaman is signed off from the vessel certifying his experience on board. If the period of validity of C.D.C. of a Seamen expires during the voyage, it shall continue to be valid till the end of the voyage. This is the one of the most important documents while a seaman is travelling on board. Even if a person has just this document, they have been called Seaman. C.D.C. will be issued by the ACADEMY.
PASSPORT:- PASSPORT is a document, issued by a national government, which certifies, for the purpose of international travel, the identity and nationality of its holder. The elements of identity are name, date of birth, sex, and place of birth. Most often, nationality and citizenship are congruent. A passport does not of itself entitle the passport holder entry into another country, nor to consular protection while abroad or any other privileges. It does, however, normally entitle the passport holder to return to the country that issued the PASSPORT. Rights to consular protection arise from international agreements, and the right to return arises from the laws of the issuing country. A PASSPORT does not represent the right or the place of residence of the passport holder in the country that issued the PASSPORT. Submitting PASSPORT to the Academy is the responsibility of the candidate.