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CASA and CINEC partners in capacity building


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As a recognition of the long association between CINEC and CASA, two full scholarships in the Professional Diploma in Shipping Management program were awarded to Ashwani Dissanayake and Kajini Ediriweera at the CASA AGM which was held on 25 July.



The recipients were selected on the basis of their performance at the CASA Basic Ship Agency Functions Course and will give them the opportunity to complete the Professional Diploma in Shipping Management which is worth over $ 1,500. The program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required for the efficient, effective and economical management of a shipping organisation. 

CASA is also studying the possibility of accrediting various professional courses and degree programs in order to enhance the professional and academic development of members to strengthen their teams to meet the challenges of a knowledge based economy. CASA is committed to knowledge and capacity building and has identified growing human capital as a priority. The series of seminars conducted by CASA on matters of topical interest has therefore always been commended by the industry.


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