Graduate Maritime Conversion Programme



  •  Unemployed Graduates (OND, HND, BSc) 
  • Downsized Workers 
  • Individuals seeking career change and business opportunities in the maritime industry 
  • Experienced Job Seekers 
  • Tech-Enterpreneurs 

Degree, qualifications, experience is no barrier


Internship with over 2,450 Ship Building Companies, DryDock Owners, Port and Terminal Operators, Oil and Gas Downstream Service Operators, Maritime Organizations, International Oil Companies, Maritime/Shipping Companies/Consultants, Maritime Law Firms and Arbitrators, Maritime Logistics Operators, Financial Institutions with Maritime Desks, Tanker Vessels Operators, world’s largest and most respected container terminal operators operating in 34 countries on five continents, Companies building Nigeria and Africa’s private owned refineries, deep hub seaports, Logistics Chain and Transport Link Owners etc.


Acesss to over 2, 450 potential clients. Discover multi-billion dollar tech-business opportunities in the Industry.


Graduate Maritime Conversion Programme

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  1. Sunshine

    This is a nice programme. But what about someone who doesn’t have ANY qualifications apart from SSCE? And maybe one or two diplomas on computer programming and the like. I have a relative who is very interested in this. Kindly reply, thanks.

    • Admin

      Let him register, he would be accomodated and obviously, there are immense opportunities in the maritime technology arena.

  2. Jide Odi

    Platforms like this which present opportunities for young people to fulfil potential without the bargage of societal limitations, must be comended resoundingly. I know some young people, non-graduates (and through no faults of theirs), who are HIGHLY SKILLED, brilliantly creative, more conscientious and arguably more competent than their graduate counterparts. These have had to settle for certifications and diplomas, hoping for the BIG one (when the economic means allows). Meanwhile, the fire burns in their bones, as they itch to prove their worth to a society with an already erected barricade against the non-degree flaunting youth. They exist in an employment market where employers would rather oblige a forged degree certificate holder, to an exponentially more competent and genuine diploma certificate holder. This platform has apparently chosen to recognise this special set of people, and should therefore pat itself on the back for such commendable foresight. It should also get set to reap the rewards of an extra motivated and commmensurately skilled workforce, driven by the zest to prove the status-quo wrong. In a nutshell, I sincerely hope that this platform places a healthy premium on competence, just as it is expected to adore all the pieces of papyrus to be displayed.

  3. Emmanuel Ehimen Edeigba

    Great info,please with the large growing unemployment in the country,id this info as no nepotism,and bias it will be a sort of relive for unemployment in Nigeria,thanks and God bless…

  4. Babatunde G. Toba

    I really need the change. I’m ready for the challenge! And ready to adapt. I know and I’m sure it’ll lead to a brighter future for me and my family. Thank you for the opportunity.


    Dear Sir,
    I am writing to apply for the marine engineer position advertised. As requested, I am enclosing a completed job application, my certification, my resume and two references.
    The opportunity presented in this listing is very interesting, and I believe that my strong technical experience and education will make me a very competitive candidate for this position. The key strengths that I possess for success in this position include:
    • I have successfully worked on sea as marine engineer for 4 years
    • I strive for continued excellence
    • I provide exceptional contributions to customer service for all customers
    With OND in Computer Science, Certificate in Marine engineering assistant, safety at sea training course, 3unit course in project management, certificate in computer engineering. I have a full understanding of the full life cycle of a ship. I also have experience in learning and excelling at new technologies as needed.
    Please see my resume for additional information on my experience.
    I can be reached anytime via email at or my cell phone, +2348039101057, +2348022329046.
    Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you about this employment opportunity.
    Oluwafemi Morolayo A.

  6. Komolafe Olaoluwa

    I will be glad to be part of this team, I have HND certificate in Electrical/Electronics Engineering. Looking forward to hear from you soon. Thanks

  7. kasali lanre

    I jst registered today 5th may,hope i av a chance to b part ofd team!thanks ucan call me 07030877281

  8. Alfred Omatsola

    Will definitely be interested in this program, kindly inform me about the Due date. Thank You.

  9. Mohammed Umar Pharook

    I am up for any adventure and perform excellently under pressure, give me a chance to prove my worth and I pledge you would have no reason to regret that decision.

  10. Anejuka mathias

    what an opportunity for development,i am confident that i have all that it takes to bring about overall development if human and Material resources in that industry if given the opportunity.

  11. benibo izison

    I was once a ship chandler and ever since then my passion 4 maritime increased every passing day…….pls I wanna b a part and passle of the world of sailors cos it has been my dream.

  12. paul adie

    Hi Employment Clinic you guys are doing a good job. i am an SAP Basis / Netweaver super user (ERP Software), i want to know if you have connections with SAP Compliant companies / organisations in Maritime or oil and gas sectors you can hook one with. After the internship what percentage is the likelihood of being retained by a host organisation? Thank you. Keep doing good as you have been doing for Nigerian youths

  13. Chinons

    Please clear up your name from the rumors that your organisation is scamming and swindling unemployed Nigerian youths with your Maritime program. As I write now, complains have being filed against you to CPC & Nigerian Police force. Please clear your name and refund people’s money if you are no longer holding the training

    • Admin

      We have nothing to clear, our office is opened for any enquiry and the trainees are both learning and working. One broke person looking for an opportunity for cheap publicity does not demand our attention


    Hi, first and foremost i must say a very big thank you to the initiator of this programme, more grace to your elbow. You are doing a great job by touching lives through your empowerment programme.

    Secondly, I got to know about your organisation today via @tweetwizzard’s handle and immediately I tried to register but was not successful. Please I will like to know why i couldn’t do the registration and if i can still be a part of the programme.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

  15. Hussain

    Hi, I have heard of so many training institutes and their targets have been the increasingly desperate uemployed(graduates and their like) youths and taking advantage of their circumstance to lured/cajoled them into taking a special programe when the ones they have acquired have not paved ways to a better life without any platform to making sure these unpriviledged individuals get placement in any company/organization where the ‘new’ skills they have been taught can be put to use. My skepticism is that is this clinic not another of many we have seen and experienced all in the name of reducing unemployment? Thanks

  16. ibrahim mukhtar danmusa

    i will like to use the opportunity and develop my skills yet further in the filed of electrical engineering most especially in power generation and distribution

  17. lawal shakiru olawale

    I just registered now and I would be more than grateful if am considered because am so idle at the moment.
    Thank you

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