10 CME students finish Hartmann Crew PH pre-sea training program, 2 cadets receive awards

Simon Romuel Uy

Enverga University's College of Maritime Education (CME) tops the 100th Pre-Sea Training Program of the Hartmann Crew Philippines as Engine Cadet Christian Stephen Vidal is named "Best Engine Cadet," while Engine Cadet Joshua Tadena receives the "Best in Theory (Engine)" award during the 100th Commencement Exercises, at the AMOSUP Convention Hall in Intramuros, Manila, on March 15. 

"I am truly honored to be recognized as the Best Engine Cadet. Enverga University has provided me with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in this field. This award is a testament to the excellent training I received, and I am grateful for the opportunity to represent both my school and the maritime industry." Engine Cadet Vidal expressed.  

Additionally, eight Envergan students successfully completed the Pre-Sea Training Program: 

  • Deck Cadette Trisha Marie Doce 
  • Deck Cadet Mark Renzo Garbo 
  • Deck Cadet Aldrin Pasco 
  • Engine Cadet Gerard Baclay 
  • Engine Cadet Jules Rolf A. De Torres 
  • Engine Cadet Ernest Bein delas Alas 
  • Engine Cadet Vince Simon Orellano 
  • Engine Cadet Jemuel Paunil 

Hartmann Crew Philippines selects top students from various maritime schools who undergo written exams, panel interviews, medical evaluations, a one-day endurance test, and a two-month pre-sea training program. The 100th Commencement Exercises saw 45 cadets graduating from different maritime institutions nationwide. 


The applicable Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) for this achievement:

  • SDG 4: Quality Education. Enverga University's College of Maritime Education excels at the 100th Pre-Sea Training Program, providing top-notch education and training to maritime students.
  • SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth. Enverga University prepares skilled professionals for the maritime industry, thus fostering economic growth and creating decent work opportunities.
  • SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals. Enverga University fosters partnerships for sustainable development, collaborating with industry partners like Hartmann Crew Philippines to enhance maritime education and training.