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Screening Interviews for Electro Technical Officer (ETO 20)

Attached are the lists of the interview schedule for the Electro Technical Officer Programme ETO 20  based on the results of the written examination conducted in Addis Ababa 26 February 2022.

The individual EMTI Reference Numbers (indicated in Red) that had been allocated to candidates during the registration process are to be used as reference by applicants during communication with EMTI administrative staff.

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Written Screening Examinations for ETO 20

Attached are the lists of those applicants applying  for the ETO 20 , programme that have met the application criteria and ARE HEREBY INVITED to conduct the written screening examinations in  Addis Ababa on Saturday 26 Feb 2022.

­The individual EMTI Reference Numbers (in the first column) of the attached tables are to be used as reference by applicants when confirming their availability for the screening examinations:

NB: Members not indicated on the attached lists unfortunately did not meet the application criteria to be invited for the screening examination and are to reapply in future if they so wish.

Applicants are to confirm their availability by either contacting the following telephone number or email address indicated. Have your Identification Document you registered with at hand as your identification number will be required for verification.

Telephone number: +251-930-00-06-21
Email Address:

Note:  The ID Student Reference Number in the second column is the reference number in your relevant online application form. The programme applied for column indicates the online application of the programme you applied for which was utilised for the registration. Those that submitted multiple applications are informed that only ONE of your applications was utilised.


The venue to be utilised for the written screening examination as well as the required time to be present for registration is as indicated below:

Addis Ababa, Churchil Road, Tikur Anbesa Secondary School
Report for registration from 08:00 (East African Time) or 02:00 Ethiopian time


 Temporary Degree, Kebele ID, Your Identification Document you registered online with
(Bringing a copy of your Online Application Receipt will assist identification)

NB: No calculators or mobile phones are allowed to be used during the examinations

Electro Technical Officer – ETO 20
Written Screening Examinations 

ETO 20 Interviews

ETO 18 Successful Candidates | Basic Training

Reminder to all recruits accepted for the next programme in Electro Technical Officer.

ETO Batch 18: Basic Training for course ET19B – starts on 25 Nov 2019. See call-up instructions below.

You are hereby reminded to report to the Academy at the Peda Campus of the University of Bahir Dar from 23 Nov 2019, but not later than 17:00 on 24 Nov 2019,  for the start of your programme. The first course in the programme is basic training. On successful completion of this course, you will start the 6-month course, Electro Technical Officer, which is the core course of the programme. Basic training consists of the following subjects:

a. Elementary first aid
b. Fire prevention and fire fighting
c. Personal safety and social responsibilities
d. [Maritime] survival techniques

Items which will be issued to you on loan. You will be issued overalls and any standard personal gear required for personal protection during training. Once you have successfully passed basic training you will be issued a uniform.

Items to bring
You are to cater for your personal private clothing. As you will be wearing uniform most of the time, not much civilian clothes will be necessary. The following are recommended:

a. Shirts
b. Jeans, or Chinos [no ‘broken clothing’]
c. Underwear [at least 5 pairs]
d. Night wear [Pajama / Shorts]
e. Warm jacket [navy blue or black]
f. Handkerchiefs
g. Casual shoes
h. Rubber-soled sport shoes
i. Socks [at least 4 pairs of black socks included]
j. Sport gear (shorts, vest, swimming suit).
k. Personal Hygiene Products

• Body Wash/Soap
• Shampoo
• Tooth brush
• Tooth paste
• Hand/Face towel
• Bath towels [2]
• Razor / Shaver
• Comb
• Deodorant

General issues
Bring your Kebele identity document with you.
Bring your own stationery (pen and notebook).
You will be required to be clean-shaven during training.
Furthermore, arrive at the Academy with a neat, short haircut.

The physical address of the Maritime Academy: Peda Campus, building #B155, Warden’s Office of the Maritime Academy.

Recruits are to confirm their call-up by contacting the following telephone numbers or email addresses indicated.

+251-930-00-06-23 ( Zelalem Teferi
+251-930-00-06-21 ( Meaza Amare

ETO 18 Successful Candidates to Start Basic Training
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