KVH company Videotel has introduced its new Videotel Performance Manager, combining training content from Videotel with web-based data analytics from KVH, with the aim of providing maritime managers with useful insights into fleet training activities.
Shipping company Vroon has signed a fleetwide agreement with training provider Seagull Maritime, to implement a range of training systems across its fleet as well as for shore based personnel.
Shipping association BIMCO has launched a range of new eLearning courses on its updated Docebo platform, offering a choice of tutor-led study or flexible untutored sessions according to the user’s preference.
Asia-based dry bulk shipping company Asia Maritime Pacific (AMP) has agreed a deal with Seagull Maritime to roll out onboard e-Learning training systems across its fleet of more than 40 Handysize and minibulker vessels.
Computer based training provider Seagull has released an update to its Crew Evaluation System (CES), with version 5.3.1 adding new STCW tests for Pure Car Carriers and offshore vessels.
Sinochem has agreed two separate software deals to add new systems across its entire fleet of chemical tankers, having agreed a contract to implement DNV GL’s fleet management software ShipManager while also signing a long-term agreement with Seagull Maritime to deliver onboard training.
JWC International, in partnership with Navarino, has had its one hour online e-Learning course on cyber security awareness approved by the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA).
Seagull Maritime has created a new assessment centre in Gdynia, Poland, working with long time collaborator Gdynia Maritime School (GMS) to offer seafarers the ability to complete distance courses on-site, allowing them to be assessed and receive their approved course diploma on the same day.
ECDIS Ltd has expanded its training portfolio with two new courses on Cyber Security Awareness (CSA), one for operators and one for management.
KVH has announced the introduction of its new AgilePlans, a monthly subscription-based VSAT contract that requires no initial CapEx by the user and no long-term commitment, meaning it can be cancelled at any time – a product the company is defining as ‘Connectivity as a Service’ (CaaS).
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