Videotel has released its latest computer based training course dealing with safety of hazardous materials, designed to enable crew and shipping office staff to become familiar with the rules governing the carriage of hazardous materials.
Computer based training company Seagull reports that it has collaborated with DNV GL to implement the classification society’s e-learning modules on cyber security into the Seagull training system.
VIKING Saatsea, the maritime e-learning unit of VIKING Life-Saving Equipment (VIKING), has released a new set of computer based courses for training in the ISPS Code (the International Ship and Port Security Code).
ECDIS Ltd has extended its range of ECDIS ACAT (Annual Competency Assurance Training) courses to now include the new JRC 7201/9201 and Furuno FMD ECDIS models.
LNG tanker management company GasLog LNG Services is to implement Seagull Maritime’s e-Learning system and Competence Management platform across its fleet and in its manning offices, while also offering supplementary online access.
Kongsberg Maritime’s training division has introduced a new online virtual classroom system, designed for the pre-course preparation phase and using a live video link integrated with on-screen presentations, emulated system software and assessment tools.
ECDIS Ltd has introduced an offline version of its Annual Competency Assurance Training (ACAT) courses, to allow for study on ships with little or no internet access.
Seagull Maritime has upgraded the Seagull Training App to version 2.0, for both Android and iOS, to improve usability across a range of mobile devices, with dynamic screen layouts for different sized displays.
Seagull Maritime has collaborated with maritime incident response company MTI Network to produce onboard and online training content on social media awareness.
Videotel has revised its ballast water management (BWM) computer based training package to address the requirements of the IMO’s newly ratified BWM Convention, a global treaty that is designed to stop the spread of invasive species from ships’ ballast water.
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