Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) was officially declared the simulator centre of the Caribbean on Tuesday, June 2, 2015, at the Commissioning Ceremony. The state-of-the-art equipment (suite of recently acquired simulators) along with a 125KW alternative energy (solar) system, form part of a comprehensive training centre to meet a variety of training needs within the maritime, shipping and transport industries. Here, Minister of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Phillip Paulwell (third right), cuts the ribbon declaring the centre opened after his keynote address at the ceremony held at the CMI. With him (from left) are Dr Mark Broomfield, Registrar, CMI, Sherife AbdelMessih, Chief Executive of Future Energy Corporation -- suppliers of the alternative system, Dr Fritz Pinnock, Executive Director, CMI, Bishop Dr Wellesley Blair, Chairman of the Universal Service Fund (USF) and Hugh Cross, Chief Executive, USF. The USF funded the project at an estimated cost of US$162,000.

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