Wärtsilä Voyage’s Cloud Simulation Solution is now available on Ocean Technologies Group’s (OTG) Ocean Learning Platform.
Digital learning specialist Mintra has won a raft of new contracts that will deliver safety-critical training courses to over 3,000 international seafarers.
Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has won a new contract to supply the Zamboanga City State College of Marine Sciences and Technology in the Philippines with a complete package of full mission and desktop K-Sim Navigation and K-Sim Engine simulators.
Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has announced four successive contracts with maritime training centres, schools, and universities in South Korea.
Digital learning specialist Mintra has signed an exclusivity agreement to become the international market provider for the first fully online STCW-compliant training courses.
Maritime learning technology provider Mintra has been awarded Gold Standard accreditation from the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI). The company, which supports the training and competency needs of maritime organisations, achieved 100 per cent attainment across eight key performance indicators audited by the LPI.
A new Seafarer Workforce Report from BIMCO and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) warns that the industry must significantly increase training and recruitment levels if it is to avoid a serious shortage in the total supply of officers by 2026.
Seably has announced the introduction of Oltremare training courses to the maritime industry.
Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has delivered multiple simulators to Tolani Education Foundation in Mumbai, India. Students and instructors at the Tolani Maritime Institute will benefit from comprehensive Engine Room, Cargo and Navigation simulator training solutions under one roof.
The pandemic has accelerated the move towards an open online maritime training ecosystem and has given way to a need for longer term thinking that can capitalise on the advances in immersive online learning, cloud-based remote simulation as well as virtual and augmented reality to equip mariners to perform in a rapidly changing, digitised maritime industry. These are the thoughts of Raal Harris, group creative director at Ocean Technologies Group (OTG) and Neil Bennett, director of sales Americas, Wärtsilä Voyage who gave a presentation during Crew Connect Europe on June 22.
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