The General Manager of the Cameroon National Shippers' Council (CNSC) hereby informs the entire staff that World Maritime Academy (WMA) will organise a free online Advanced Certificate course in Maritime Business (MAREVA) for under-advantaged and disadvantaged women from all over the world.


Organised as part of the promotion of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, this three-month online course, which will commence in September 2022 aims to equip the participants with solid knowledge of the maritime business and to develop their managerial skills in order to set them ready for the potential opportunities and the market challenges. The course, which outline is herewith enclosed, covers all vital areas of the shipping industry.


The course is open to all women of limited means, regardless of academic level, age, and experience, fluent in English and with a very good Internet connection. 30 places are available for 2022-2023. To register, please, click on the link below and fill out the registration therein More information is available at this address


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