Norwegian company Seagull announces it has introduced two new computer based training modules (CBT) – a Seafarer Appraisal course and a Behaviour-based Safety course.
Seagull has announced the release of six new CBT titles to add to its library of Computer Based Training (CBT) modules.
Seagull has signed a licensing agreement with the International Shipping Federation (ISF), the employers’ association for shipowners, which will allow Seagull to utilise electronic versions of ISF Onboard Training Record Books.
The electronic versions of the books will be made available in conjunction with Seagull’s Competence Manager software.
The agreement grants Seagull the right to develop an electronic version of all four ISF Record Books and sub-licence these to ship operators who choose to use the Seagull Training Administrator program.
Seagull reports that it has introduced a number of new computer based training (CBT) modules, covering the requirements of SEEMP and the Maritime Labour Convention, as well as safe operation in High Voltage situations.
Seagull has entered into a cooperation agreement with Danish maritime training provider Marstal Navigationsskole (MARNAV) for the development of range of new courses, while Videotel has also worked with the North of England P&I Association in launching its latest training programme.
GMT Communications Partners (GMT), a European media and communications focused private equity group, has invested in maritime e-learning provider Seagull, the companies report.
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