WELCOME TO ASBS!
GET THE RIGHT CANDIDATE!
IMPROVE CREW RETENTION
“Selecting the right person for the right job is the largest part of coaching.”- Phil Crosby
Are you tired of not getting the “right” crew members? You expect a certain level of knowledge and skills for the position they apply for. However, many times you realize that these are not sufficient until they are on board.
What if you could use a tool to determine the skills, knowledge, attitude and personality of an applicant?
What if you could customize your pre embarkation training?
What if you could get crew members that matches your standards?
What if you could customize, wouldn’t it be…just great?
Welcome to ASBS, we have the tools you are looking for!
Trust our Experience - We have it!
So, How do we Differ from Others?
Well, we always go the extra mile for a client!
With many years of experience from the Cruise Industry, in both the Human Resources and Education field, we know that a CV is not always giving the full picture. This is why the screening, testing and training is crucial in the selection process in order to find the right candidate for the right position.
How do we achieve the Goal set together with a Client?
- Tell us what you need
- Tell us what you would like to improve
- Tell us about your standards
Your information will build the foundation for a solid action plan that will help you not only select the right crew member but also increase the crew retention!
This is what You Get!
- Customized recruitment and training solutions
- Extensive Online Test for all Departments and Positions
- Practical trade tests for all Departments and Positions
- Familiarization programs
- Specialized training programs
All made by Cruise Professionals for Cruise Professionals!
STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
Quality Management System documentation has been reviewed and is complying with the requirements of:
- BUREAU VERITAS Guidance Note NI 563 “Standard for Quality Management System of Seafarer Manning Offices”
- Regulation 1.4 of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006