The AGP and the Argentine Navy have signed training agreements

The text also provides for the possibility of adding agreements “Training courses; investigative assistance and technical advice by the AGP of the Argentine Navy”.

Likewise, it was made clear that it would “bring benefits to both parties, as well as an opportunity to strengthen the AGP’s federal presence in the rest of the country.”

Upon signing the document, AGP Controller Jose Bini – who was accompanied by Deputy Controller Patricio Hogan – emphasized: “With this agreement, we deepen the close relationship with a central actor in the national marine and marine life, reaffirm the technical capacity and advocate for the professionalization of workers in all over the country.” For his part, Admiral Julio Horacio Gardia, Chief of the Naval General Staff, stressed the importance of this framework agreement, which opens the possibility of expanding the agreement so that the employees of the General Administration of Ports are trained in various fields. naval training institutes; Especially in the Faculty of Marine Sciences, which is based on the Maritime University Institute, which offers various courses such as oceanography, hydrography, meteorology and a degree in marine cartography, among others.

Specifically, four scholarships for Argentine Navy officers will be included in the port courses offered by the National Center for Port Training (CENCAPOR), in addition to one for UNCTAD courses, an invitation to participate in various activities jointly organized with CIP OAS.

The Director of the Naval Services of the Navy, Commodore Enrique Antonio Balbi, and the captain of the ship (right) in the Ports Department, Raul Eduardo Penmoyal, participated in the signing. As well as AGP’s Director of Communications, Corporate and International Affairs, Ariel Dayan, and Deputy Director of the Port Training Center, Marcelo Tepper.

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