DELOS Maritime Institute Batch 2 program officially opened on Monday, October 17, 2022. The opening of this event is also the beginning for the selected participants to explore the world of aquaculture, especially shrimp farming.
This time, DMI Batch 2 was attended by 13 participants consisting of nine fresh graduates and four Anak Kolam from Dewi Laut Aquaculture. They were selected from more than 180 registrants after a rigorous and lengthy selection process.
Later, the selected participants will receive lots of new pieces of knowledge on shrimp farming in theory classes before they can go directly to the farm and learn how to do shrimp farming.
What is DELOS Maritime Institute?
DELOS Maritime Institute is a training program to produce competent and professional human resources in aquaculture. This program is also a form of DELOS’ commitment as an aquaculture startup with the hope that it will be able to increase the productivity of shrimp farms in Indonesia.
This program consists of two stages: theory class and field practice class. The theory class lasts for six days as a provision before DMI participants go directly to the farm for approximately three months.
The existence of the DELOS Maritime Institute program is an excellent opportunity for young people who want to enter the world of aquaculture. By joining this program, the participants will gain valuable knowledge and experience and the potential to be recruited as PT Delos Teknologi Maritim Jaya employees.
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The enthusiasm of DMI Batch 2 Participants
Since the first day of the opening of DELOS Maritime Institute Batch 2, the participants were very enthusiastic about listening to all materials presented in the theory class. From Introduction to Shrimp Biology, Aquaculture Fundamentals in Shrimp Cultivation, Ideal Pond Construction, Mechanical and Electrical Ponds, Vannamei Shrimp Cultivation Tips, and many more.
Experts in this field delivered the vannamei shrimp cultivation materials in theory classes. It has also been designed following the Merdeka Belajar training standards from the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia.
After completing the six-day theoretical class, the DELOS Maritime Institute Batch 2 participants will be placed in the shrimp farms as Shrimp Aquaculturists and Laboratory Analysts. They will directly practice the knowledge they have acquired before.
This field practice class will last three months, adjusted to one cycle of vannamei shrimp cultivation. This is so that the participants of DMI Batch 2 can fully understand the cultivation process from frying to harvesting.
At the end of the program, all participants will pass the test stage before graduation. The existence of this test aims to determine the extent of the knowledge they have absorbed during this DELOS Maritime Institute program.
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Follow DELOS Maritime Institute Batch 2’s Journey
DELOS Maritime Institute program is a form of DELOS’ commitment to preparing and facilitating human resource training in aquaculture in Indonesia.
Through this DMI program, DELOS hopes that in the future, there will be more competent and professional human resources in the field of aquaculture in Indonesia. Both from those familiar with aquaculture and those who don’t know about this industry at all.
The CEO of DELOS, Guntur Mallarangeng, hopes the DMI program will support Indonesia’s dream of becoming the world’s largest shrimp producer and exporter.
For those curious about DMI Batch 2 activities during the program, you can monitor all its activities through the DELOS Maritime Institute Instagram account at @delos.institute every day. Let’s achieve change with DMI!