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Assalamualaikum ...

DONE!
It would be the best word to describe when I'm done my 2-year training ...
2 years isn't easy path for me to walk through ...

Last week, I get back home after a few weeks struggle for my exams ...
Theory exam (Oral Exam) at MARDEP Port Kelang ...
MSCR exam (Marine Survical Craft & Rescue) at ALAM Melaka ...
and a few courses before and after the exams ...

Alhamdulillah ... I passed all the exams ...
Now, it is the time for me to apply for my CoC (Certificate of Competency) ...

2 years back ...
I remembered when one of the staff from my company said ...
'Your Degree is Useless ... You can burn it!'
Phewwww!
Just put yourself in my shoes ...
:p

When I was onboard ship ...
Some peoples discriminate me and my buddy ...
Just because we have a piece of paper ...
B.eng Mechanical is nothing to them ...
But then, its something to us ...

A few cadets argued about how much we earned per month ...
Nothing he shared with us ...
Help with hidden agenda ...
&
Worse to worse ...
We even think to give up ...

I remembered ...
My first trip was to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia ...
Once when I reached there ...
after a month plus sailing ...
I phoned my mum ...
Alhamdulillah ...
Her words was the best song I heard ...
I cried ...
Phewwww ...

It was a very hard day!

Thanks to Him ...
Thanks to my parents ...
Thanks to my family ...
Thanks to Taro (the cutest dog I ever had!) ...
Thanks my batch mate ...
Thanks to all my instructors ...
Thanks to Mr Ray ...
Thanks to Mr Saperi ...
Thanks to Mr Khir ...
Thanks to Mr Naim ...
Thanks to Sengkuang ...
the rest ...
Thanks ... but then no thanks ...

Assalamualaikum ...

1st Batch MEBP, we meet again one day k!

Comments

  1. im so impress and touching..that i could say when reading your post this time..erm, yup every single success that we achieve currently was not an easy as what we are expected..full of challenges, its about sweat, tear and blood.but then with our strong determination that we posesses either we did realize it or not was make us become what we are right now..so proud of yourself, indeed you deserves it...isnt it?

    congratulation ya :) selamat hari raya hehe

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  2. Thanks a lot of No Thanks..

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  3. Sorry I know this post is quite old. hehe. I've got a question for you sir..
    I once saw the requirement MEBP training which states that the cadet should at least have a degree related to engineering right.
    Just to ask, from your opinion/experience do you think that student with not related courses have a chance to get into the program?
    FYI, I'm currently studying Bsc in Information Mgt (not related at all :P) hehe
    Anyway thanks ;)

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    1. Im sorry for the very late reply. please email me mhazaruddin@yahoo.com.

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    2. I want to know the answer too sir. I'm marine science student but very interested to be marine engineer. could I hv a chance to get into this programme?

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  4. asalamualaikum bang. saya berminat nak tahu psl course ni. saya cita2 nak jdi marine engineer. apa saya perlu buat? -halim-

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    1. Im sorry for the very late reply. please email me mhazaruddin@yahoo.com.

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  5. asalamualaikum. sy nk tau gak dan tertanya2 tentang requirement degree dlm mekanikal untuk mebc ni. nti ap beza antara graduan degree dengan yang bukan degree dlm kerja nti. ap advantage pada yang ad degree. mohon sngt abg jelaskan sbb mmg sdang mrangcang untuk buat mebc ni. please

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  6. Salam, apa perkembangan program MEBC skrg ni. Dan slps tamat program ni, kita boleh apply kerja di syarikat2 perkapalan?

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  7. Salam, apa perkembangan program MEBC skrg ni. Dan slps tamat course ini, kita boleh apply kerja di syarikat2 perkapalan?

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