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Merged: Philippine Coast Guard Academy
« on: November 01, 2009, 06:11:31 PM »
PCG CADETSHIP PROGRAM
A 4-year course leading to a B.S. Degree in MARINE TRANSPORT and MARINE ENGINEERING


http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/CADET.htm

Successful Candidates are Assured of:
     -  Full Scholarship
     -  Commissionship and Active Duty upon Graduation in the PCG Corps of Officers
     -  Full Scholarship

Requirements for Entrance Examination:
     -  Natural Born Filipino
     - Good Moral Character
     - Single
     - 17 - 22 yrs old
     - At least 5'4" (male) and 5'2" (female)
     - Physically and Mentally fit for training
     -  At Least a Graduating High School Student
     - Application fee of PhP350
     - Two 2x2 pictures

DEADLINE OF APPLICATION: NOV. 21, 2009
DATE OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION: NOV. 28, 2009

Application form: http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/PMMA-Application-form.pdf

You may apply at the following Coast Guard Districts

Coast Guard District National Capital Region-Central Luzon (CGDNCR-CL)
Muelle Dela Industria, Farola Compound, Binondo, Manila
Telephone: (02) 243-0474 / 243-0465 / 245-7056

Coast Guard District Central Eastern Visayas (CGDCEV)
Address: Arellano Boulevard,Cebu City
Telephone: (032) 416-6208

Coast Guard District South Western Mindanao (CGDSWM)
Address: Port Area, Zamboanga City
Telephone: (062) 993-1004

Coast Guard District Palawan (CGDPAL)
Address: Barangay Liwanag, Port Area, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
Telephone: (048) 433-2974

Coast Guard District Southern Tagalog (CGDSTL)
Address: Sta. Clara, Batangas City
Telefax: (043) 300-2949

Coast Guard District Western Visayas (CGDWV)
Address: Bo. Obrero, Iloilo City
Telefax: (033) 337-6029

Coast Guard District Northern Luzon (CGDNLZ)
Address: Poro Point, San Fernando City, La Union
Telefax: (072) 700-4474

Coast Guard District South Eastern Mindanao (CGDSEM)
Address: KM -10 Sasa Wharf, Davao City
Telefax: (082) 235-0002

Coast Guard District Bicol (CGDBCL)
Address: Naval Base Rawis, Legaspi City
Telefax: (052) 820-6346

Coast Guard District Northern Mindanao (CGDNM)
Address: Corrales Extension, Macabalan, Cagayan De Oro, City
Telefax: (088) 231-6634
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Re: PCG cadetship program (Deadline Nov. 21, 2009)
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2009, 06:16:25 PM »
Interesting arrangement between the PCG and PMMA. From the oath for the program:

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OATH OF UNDERTAKING

I,_______________________________,DO HEREBY DECLARE MY FULL AND UNEQUIVOCAL INTENTION TO JOIN THE PCG CADETSHIP PROGRAM THAT WILL BE CONDUCTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE PHILIPPINE MERCHAT MARINE ACADEMY AND FURTHER AFFIRM MYUNDERTAKING TO JOIN THE COASTGUARD SERVICE AS A COMMISSIONED OFFICER UPON MY COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAM.
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Philippine Coast Guard Academy
« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2010, 11:16:15 AM »
THE PHILIPPINE COAST GUARD ACADEMY
A Legacy to the Future Officer Corps of the Coast Guard

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When the Philippine Coast Guard separated from the Philippine Navy in 1998, its initial Corps of Officers is composed of men and women with multifarious backgrounds and areas of expertise. In order to cope with the personnel and material growth of the organization, the PCG started its own Officer procurement and Enlisted Personnel recruitment in 2000. The Coast Guard Education and Training Command served the purpose of providing the basic training and education needs of the new Officers and Enlisted Personnel. They were also cross-trained with other maritime training institutions to further enhance their knowledge and skills, thus allowing them to cope with the everdeveloping standardization requirements of the maritime industry.

Yet, the continuous growth of local and international shipping - the PCG's main clientele - demands that the organization further grow and expand in terms of men and materiel. Thus, in its amended 15-Year Development Program, the PCG intends to reach a troop ceiling of 25,000 Officers and Enlisted Personnel by year 2020.

Giving emphasis to the critical role of Officers in steering the helm of leadership of the organization as envisioned by SECRETARY LEANDRO R MENDOZA, the Secretary of the Department of Transportation and Communications recently gave the impetus for the creation of a Philippine Coast Guard Academy and for such to be established within 5 years after its conception. The Philippine Coast Guard Academy is envisioned to become the source of Coast Guard Officers who will then help steer the organization to the next generation and beyond.

Having been granted the imprimatur, ADMIRAL WILFREDO D TAMAYO PCG Commandant, PCG sought the assistance of RADM FIDEL E DINOSO, President of the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy which is the country's premier maritime training institution. With the proposed Memorandum of Understanding between PCG and PMMA, the latter agreed to accommodate 70 PCG Cadets annually for the next 2 years to join their Baccalaureate programs in Marine Transportation and Marine Engineering. This arrangement was reached considering the necessary infrastructure, facility, faculty and support systems for the envisioned PCG Academy are being set up and organized. With this arrangement, the PCG shall pay the PMMA the full scholarship fee for each PCG Cadet trained by the PMMA.

Meanwhile, PCG Cadets who will be joining the PMMA Cadetship program shall benefit from the IMO-standard training facilities of the PMMA. The PCG is thus, assured of professional competence upon their completion of their courses and upon their eventual entry into the PCG service. Study shows that the establishment of the PCG Academy could be patterned after the United States Coast Guard Academy. This, because of the similarities with the culture, curriculum and the capabilities of the graduates to serve in the Coast Guard, as well as, practice their profession as merchant mariners.
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Re: Merged: Philippine Coast Guard Academy
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2010, 07:49:26 PM »


So where is the academy located and how come this school is not popular like the PMA, PNPA, PAFFS PMMA?

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Re: Merged: Philippine Coast Guard Academy
« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2013, 11:45:47 PM »
PCG, PMMA signs MOA on joint education and training
24 PMMA cadets pay courtesy call to CPCG


      
DOTC-PCG: The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to further reinforce, sustain and institutionalize the partnership between the two agencies aboard Headquarters Philippine Coast Guard Function Hall today, 16 April 2013.
 
Likewise, the first batch of PCG sponsored PMMA cadets, composed of twenty-four (24) Second Class cadets who will be on their shipboard training this year, rendered a courtesy call to PCG Commandant RADM Rodolfo Isorena.

more...

http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2397:pcg-pmma-signs-moa-on-joint-education-and-training-24-pmma-cadets-pay-courtesy-call-to-cpcg&catid=36:maritime-accidents&Itemid=50
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Re: Merged: Philippine Coast Guard Academy
« Reply #5 on: July 17, 2014, 05:40:25 AM »
PCG-PMMA cadets graduate academy



PCG: A total of 5 cadets under the PCG-Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA) Cadetship Program graduated at PMMA Complex, San Narciso, Zambales last May 20, 2014. The first batch of the PCG-PMMA cadets.

The three Probationary Ensigns (P/ENS) took up Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation (BSMT) namely P/ENS CARLOS BARNIE Q BAYETA JR PCG, P/ENS KRIS ANN R CUSTODIO PCG and P/ENS VAL ERNIE P DAITAO PCG while two took up Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering (BSMarE) namely P/ENS KATE ROYCE T DESUSA PCG AND P/ENS VINCENT BRYAN M MARCOS PCG.

The officers will take their licensure examination at the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) and will undergo Coast Guard Officers Course (CGOC) for six months prior to their commissionship as Ensigns for active duty in the Philippine Coast Guard.
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