History

1989 - NYK-FIL Ship Management, Inc.(NYK-FIL) sets up manning operations in a wooden building in Intramuros, Manila. NYK-FIL deploys first crew to cargo ships MV Hira II, MV Hikawa II, MV Hakusan II, MV Hakata, and MV Vesta. NYK-FIL begins in-house Training Center.

1991 - Inauguration of Casa Marinero I symbolizes foray to manning of cruise ships with training and deployment of hotel and galley personnel. Training employs simulators.

1993 - Inauguration of the Casa Marinero II. Training Center expands facilities due to increasing number of ships and new requirements for training.

1998 - Acquisition of a Bridge Simulator.

2000 - Incorporation of the NYK-Fil Training Center into NYK-Fil Maritime E-Training,Inc.(NETI).

2001 - NETI introduces Computer Based Training (CBT).

2003 - Upgrading of Bridge Simulator. Inauguration of the Casa Marinero II farther expands capabilities of NETI to provide world-class training to crew boarding NYK Line vessels.

2005 - Installation of the first Diesel Plant Simulator through NYK-FIL's membership in the Philippine-Japan Manning Consultative Council, Inc.(PJMCC). Accreditation of NETI as a practical assessment center for Deck officers by the Professional Regulation Commission.

2007 - Installation of a New Full Mission Bridge Simulator.

2012 - Installation of second Diesel Plant Simulator.

2013 - As vessels become more sophisticated and highly specialized, crew competencies need to be continuously updated using modern and state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. NETI transferred its operations in Canlubang, Calamba Laguna. Installed new simulators for ARPA, GMDSS, Engine Room. Also installed facilities for Safe Mooring Operations Training. NETI was Accredited by TESDA for NCI & NCII Assessment

2014 - NETI was accredited by TESDA for NCI & NCII Training

2015 - NETI was accredited by TESDA NCIII Training and Assessment. Introduces Shipboard Hazard Simulation Training

2016 – Introduced Oily Water Separator Training. Installed second Full Mission Bridge Simulator and second Engine Room Simulator. Introduced Maritime Safety and Occupational Health (MOSH) Training

2017 - Acquired 2 additional units of Daihatsu Turbo charger for Engine Maintenance Training