1. Development and conduct of training courses that cater to both domestic and international shipping and maritime-allied companies’ requirements, respond to psycho-social issues and concerns in the maritime industry and address the Amendments to the International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW), 1978.
  2. Conduct of maritime researches in support to policy making and program development on maritime manpower;
  3. Enhancement of the approaches in the delivery of the Professional Development Courses for maritime instructors, assessors and supervisors;
  4. Review and revision of existing courses towards the adoption of e-learning;
  5. Implementation of new infrastructure projects and rehabilitation of buildings, structures, and training facilities;
  6. Sustain certification of the NMP Quality Management System (QMS) in accordance with ISO 9001:2015 and ensure continual improvement of existing processes;
  7. Pursue Level 2 accreditation of the Human Resoucre Management System under PRIME-HRM of the Civil Service Commission;
  8. Strengthen linkages and intensify the promotion of NMP programs and services through the implementation of effective communication strategies;
  9. Enhancement of mainstreaming mechanism of the agency’s Gender and Development (GAD) programs, activities and projects; and
  10. Implementation of the “Train Now Pay Later” Scheme for underprivileged but deserving maritime cadets.