Seagull Maritime has launched a software tool to benchmark seafarer knowledge levels, allowing shipowners and operators to compare their crew and potential recruits with industry peers.
Videotel has launched its latest Videotel on Demand (VOD) release with a total of 59 e-Learning courses – 37 new, 22 updated – alongside a new print edition of Videotel’s training catalogue, STCW Maritime Training Catalogue 2015-2017.
In response to a request from V.Ships, PC Maritime says it has added an internet delivery capability to its Navmaster ECDIS type-specific training.
Eniram has introduced a new range of training services for its Eniram platform and associated products, including on board, on shore, and Computer Based Training (CBT) options.
UK-based charity Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) is to work with maritime training provider Marlins on the development of a new e-learning course on the rescue of migrants at sea.
VIKING Saatsea reports that it has become the first provider to achieve flag state approval for its STCW on board training system with refresher modules according to the new STCW 2010 Manila Amendments for Basic Training.
Seagull Maritime has added two new computer-based training (CBT) modules focusing on enclosed spaces.
Videotel reports that it has launched its 500th computer-based training (CBT) e-Learning course.
A new online learning portal to develop skills in ballast water management (BWM) has been launched by the GEF-UNDP-IMO GloBallast Partnerships Programme and the Global Industry Alliance (GIA).
Videotel has launched a new training programme to guide seafarers on fuel changeover processes in light of recently introduced regulations governing Emission Control Areas (ECAs).
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