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The
JBLFMU FOUNDATION LOGO

The  name was adopted in 1985 by the institution to give honor and legacy to its founder, Capt. John B. Lacson, when it was converted from a stock corporation to a foundation.

The BOX enclosing the logo symbolizes the JBLF System.

The ARROW HEADS symbolize the continuous quest of the Foundation for excellence  and progress and its commitment to the realization and perpetuation of quality education.

The words EDUCATIONLIFEPROGRESSDISCIPLINEVALUES emblazoned in the school logo speak of the process in realizing its objectives.

The FLAMING TORCH symbolizes the commitment for Quality Education. It likewise symbolizes the student’s quest for knowledge.

The SUN symbolizes the rays of hope and the bright future for its graduates.

The letters JBLFMU represent the units in the system whose mission to carry out quality education will be the anchor of hope for the youth for their successful voyage towards their profession.

The SHIP symbolizes the maritime profession.

The WAVES symbolize the hardships and difficulties faced in the profession but with courage and good educational foundation, all hardships shall be overcome.

Color changed to Azue Blue as indicated in the Values Manual written by President Emeritus and Chairman of the Board, Dr. Mary Lou Lacson Arcelo.

The
JBLFMU - AREVALO LOGO

The JBLFMU Arevalo logo adopts at its center the JBLF System Logo. The adoption of the System’s logo at the center refelcets the unit’s commitment to pursue the mission and vision of the whole JBLF System.

Its distinctive feature is the CROSSING ANCHORS which is the predominant figure in the logo. It speaks of the institution’s purpose, to train MARINE DECK OFFICERS who shall man the merchant marine fleet of the world. The crossing anchors, likewise, is reflective of the commitment and stability of the institution and its position in the advancement of the maritime profession.

The Iloilo Maritime Academy (the old name of the university) is retained in the logo tp remind the new generation of the history of the institution.

The
JBLFMU - MOLO LOGO

The unit logo adopts at its center the JBLF System Logo. The System’s logo at the center reflects the unit’s commitment to pursue  the mission and vision of the whole JBLF System.

Its distinctive feature is the GEAR. It represents growth and development. It likewise symbolizes the marine engineering program as well as the gear for all the programs of the JBLF unit. The gear also symbolizes the components needed for quality.

The
JBLCF - BACOLOD LOGO

The unit logo adopts at its center the JBLF System logo. Its distinctive feature is the combination of the logo of the ARevalo and the Molo units since it is the unit that offers all programs offered by the JBLF System. It has ARevalo’s CROSSING ANCHORS and Molo’s GEAR.

The CROSSING ANCHORS speak the institution’s purpose, to train marine officers who shall man yste,the merchant marine fleet of the world. It is likewise reflective of the commitment and stability of the institution and its posisiton in the advancement of the maritime profession.

The GEAR represents the growth and development. It also symbolizes all the components needed for quality.

The adoption of the System’s logo at the center reflects the unit’s commitment o pursue the mission and vision of the whole JBLF System.

The
JBLF - TRAINING CENTER LOGO

The Training center adopts the JBLF System logo. This is because it is under the direct management of the mother unit, the JBLF. It is headed by the director and provides training and upgrades prospective seafarers of the different shipboard functions and departments viz. deck, engine and steward. The courses it offers are in compliance with the training requirements of the 1995 amendments to STCW 1978 Convention; accredited by the Maritime Training Council (MTC), Panama Maritime Authority (PMA), Norwegian Maritime Directorate (NMD) and certified by Bureau Veritas (BV).

Its main objective is to provide competent and skilled graduates, trained and updated to world-class standards, ready and willing to join the ever challenges of the world merchant fleet as disciplined, committed and valued mariners. Equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities for maritime it maintains two venues for training - Molo Site at M.H. del Pilar Street, Molo, Iloilo City where theoretical instructions are carried out and Puerto Del Mar Site at Nueva Valencia, Guimaras for practicum training. Medical Care is conducted at an intermediary Medical Hospital within the city of Iloilo and a maximum of 24 trainees is accepted in a particular course and an even smaller number for courses which need in-depth training.


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