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Training Engineer

Location:
New York City, NY
Posted:
November 10, 2019

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CURRICULUM VITAE

LANGUAJE

Spanish (Native Languaje)

English (advanced)

PROFILE

Graduated from the Merchant Nautical School of Veracruz of the Naval Engineer degree, with great motivation to acquire new knowledge in the workplace, with availability of time and proactivity..

SKILLS

Teamwork, excellent response when working under pressure, ease of speech, leadership, honest, creative, punctual, easy to teach and proactive.

OBJECTIVE

Acquire new practical knowledge through work experience, as well as complement them with the theoretical knowledge taught within the educational institution in the area of Machines, to achieve promotion and transcendence in the maritime field.

ACADEMIC TRAINING

Nautical Merchant School “Cap. Alt. Fernando Silíceo y Torres” BLVD. MANUEL ÁVILA CAMACHO S/N, COL.CENTRO, CP 91700 VERACRUZ, VERACRUZ, MÉXICO.

EXPERIENCE

August 2019- Noviembre 2019

DEEPOCEAN MEXICO (ENGINE CADET)

CURSES

THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES WERE ISSUED BY A NAUTICAL INSTITUTE ACCORDING TO THE CURRENT MEXICAN MARITIME LEGISLATION AND THE 2010 AMENDMENTS TO THE ANNEX TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF TRAINING, CERTIFICATION AND SURVEILLANCE OF SEA PEOPLE (STCW), 1978.

Basic formation. (Chapter VI, Section A-VI / 1, Tables AVI / 1-1, A-VI / 1-2, A-VI / 1-3 and A-VI / 1-4 of the Code of Formation).

Advanced Fire Fighting Techniques. (Chapter VI, Section A-VI / 3, Table A-VI / 3 of the Formation Code).

Medical First Aid. (Chapter VI, Section A-VI / 4-1 of the Formation Code).

Handling Survival Boats and Rescue Boats that are not Quick Rescue Boats. (Chapter VI, Section A-VI / 2, Table A-VI / 2 of the Formation Code).

Training in wheeled transport vessels. (Chapter V, Section A-V / 2 paragraph 4 of the Training Code).

Knowledge of protection that all personnel on board must possess. (Chapter VI, Section A / V1 / 6, Table A-VI / 6-1 of the Training Code and the International Code for the Protection of Ships and Port Facilities, Part A, Section 13.4).

Basic Training for Cargo Operations in Vessels Tanks for the Transportation of Liquefied Gas. (Chapter V, Section A-V / 1-2, Table A-V / 1-2-1 of the Formation Code).

Basic Training for Cargo Operations in Tanker Oil Tankers and Chemistry. (Chapter V, Section A-V / 1-1, Table A-V / 1-1-1 of the Formation Code).

FURTHER TRAINING

DURING MY ACADEMIC TRAINING I CARRIED OUT COURSES TAUGHT BY THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION ACCORDING TO THE DEGREE OF DEGREE.

Training courses and Knowledge of Practical English.

Maritime Technical English courses "Merchant Navy".

Technical English courses "Mar Engine English Underway".

Learning Strategies.

Advanced Drafting.

Argumentation techniques.

Professional ethics.

Critical thinking.

Oral and written expression.

Leadership.



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