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Introducing for the first time in Sri Lanka, the ‘atingi’ eAcademy for tourism and hospitality

It is reported that Sri Lankan seafarers presently bring in at least $ 300 million to the country per year. With the right training and skills, it is anticipated that the local seafarers have the potential of bringing in US $ one billion for the betterment of the country’s economy. Since ineptitude in English communication skills is one of the biggest challenges faced by these talented individuals, helping them enhance their language proficiency has become an essential component to be incorporated into the curriculum of Marine Engineering Degrees in Sri Lanka.  If you are planning to step into this lucrative career pathway, consider getting enrolled at CINEC Campus in Sri Lanka, a pioneer institute in the country dedicated to bringing the true potential of enthusiastic local seafarers.