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Moço de Máquinas Course promoted by the Navy for free: Your chance to be a maritime professional

Paulo Nogueira
13-09-2017 06:46:01
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Marine Waterway Competition Moço de Maquinas

One of the most anticipated and difficult courses to take in Brazil, registration for the Moço de Maquinas Course runs until September 15th.

[supsystic-social-sharing id='1′]The Brazilian Navy has opened a selection process to teach the Machine Boy free. Applications have a unit value of R$50.00 and will run until September 15, 2017, so hurry up because you will literally only have two days to apply from the time this article is posted.

The venue of the test and the administration of the course will be at the Port Authority in Rio de Janeiro (CPRJ). Access the announcement here, read carefully if you meet the conditions to take the course, as the Navy informs you that if you pay the registration fees and do not meet the requirements, there will be no refund of the amounts.

GENERAL CONDITIONS (to all candidates)

a) be Brazilian (both sexes) born or naturalized, with a minimum age of 18 (eighteen)
years as of October 30, 2017;
b) have a minimum education of the 9th year of elementary school;
c) not be a defendant in a criminal action;
d) be up to date with the obligations of the Military Service and Electoral Justice.
e) not have been licensed or excluded, for the sake of discipline, from active service in the
Armed or Auxiliary Forces;
f) not be a retired military man due to permanent disability or a civilian retired due to disability
g) not having failed a Waterway Training Course (CFAQ), for any reason
reason, less than two years from the date of enrollment in the Course offered by the
present Notice;
h) be registered in the Individual Taxpayer's Registry (CPF);
i) have a valid official identification document with a photograph;
j) pay the registration fee in the amount of R$ 50.00 (fifty reais); and
k) comply with the instructions set forth in this Notice.
– For the waterway candidate, have a constant boarding time in the Passenger Book
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