The Malta Independent 27 May 2024, Monday
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Two Sea Malta Employees obtain advanced diploma in transport studies

Malta Independent Monday, 9 May 2005, 00:00 Last update: about 11 years ago

Olin Grech and Daren Zahra, two Sea Malta senior clerks, have successfully completed an advanced diploma course in Logistics and Transport organised by Enterprise Consultancy Services in conjunction with the Malta Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise. The advance diploma is an entry route to membership to the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

This diploma course, which spanned three years, was split in two parts. The first part consisted of the ordinary diploma and covered subjects such as managing transport operations, aspects of human resources management and transport economics and finance. The second part, which was of a one-year duration, was the advanced diploma with various modules that encompassed subjects ranging from transport policy and planning to transport and society.

Congratulating the employees on their achievement, Sea Malta chairman Marlene Mizzi thanked Mr Grech and Mr Zahra for their continued commitment during the three years of studies, during which time they had to combine their studies with their working schedule. “Sea Malta firmly believes in education as an effective instrument to improve the company’s services and given its limitations, it tries to assist its employees to improve their qualifications in fields directly related to their responsibilities at work,” stated Mrs Mizzi adding that transportation has not only become a business concept in its own right but it has also become a field which holds the key to drive sound economic growth. “This is evidenced through the commitment being demonstrated by the, European Union in enacting legal frameworks for policies and programmes such as those for Marco Polo and Ten-T.”

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