May 22th, 2021| Issue #06
Facilitating the Global Maritime Industry's Voyage to Recovery
The Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific adopts N-CAP for seafarers' certifications
Overseas Filipino Workers: Smugglers of Faith and Joy by Prof. Bernardo Villegas
New edition of The Nautical Institute's certified course Blockchain for Maritime Professionals - The Fundamentals
This course demystifies blockchain and enables the maritime professional to understand the advantages and the limitations of this technology. The course is designed specifically for the maritime industry and no technical background or prior understanding of this technology is necessary to attend this course.

Live classes are held online and the group is kept to a small size (typically around 8 participants) to maximize engagement and interactions. Carefully designed games, readings and assignments are used to reinforce the learnings.

Past participants have included an eclectic group of maritime professionals, from seafarers (from Master Mariners & Chief Engineers to cadets), to representatives from Port Authorities, Government regulatory bodies, Shipmanagers, Logistic Operators, IMO Members, Maritime lawyers, Maritime Training Institution instructors etc.
Blockchain for Maritime Professionals - The Fundamentals
24th, 25th and 27th May 2021

09:00 – 11:15 UTC
Navozyme Chief Executive to speak about Maritime Blockchain Platforms & COVID-19 at the TOC Global Showcase
Next June 8, Anjaney Borwankar will share Navozyme's experience and showcase how its blockchain-enabled platforms are facilitating maritime operations during the pandemic.

This session will be part of the Digital Transformation II theme in the TOC Global.
Meet Ian James Myles, Navozyme's Advisory Board member