Distance learning company Videotel says that it now offers the most extensive portfolio of training for the LNG sector available in the marketplace.
Transas Marine International has announced that the Swedish Transport Agency (Transportstyrelsen) has granted approval for its STCW compliant generic ECDIS training.
E-learning company Safebridge has launched a type-specific familiarisation course for the CHARTPILOT 1100/93x0 series made by SAM Electronics, completing the coverage of online training for SAM Electronics’ ECDIS products.
Simulator developer VSTEP today announced that it has delivered additional NAUTIS Desktop Trainers to the Aigua Sea School in Mallorca, as a follow-up order six months after the initial installation of a classroom of similar simulators at the Spanish academy.
Videotel has launched a new training video on passenger mustering and crowd control.
Resolve Maritime Academy in Fort Lauderdale (Florida) has opened its new Transas engine room simulator, with classes taking place this month.
Adveto (Advanced Technology), a Swedish developer of electronic navigation systems, has established a new training programme for its ECDIS-4000 during a seminar with its partners at its Stockholm headquarters.
Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) has released an updated version of its Rapid Radar Plotting software to assist those tasked with teaching Rapid Radar Plotting or the use of Manoeuvring Boards to maritime students.
The Enav Centre reports that it has recently delivered its first UK MCA approved Human Element, Leadership and Management (HELM) Course, and will add the HELM Course to its list of training courses.
The London P&I Club notes that the timetable for mandatory implementation of ECDIS is advancing and insists on the importance of familiarisation training on specific equipment and proper use of the technology.
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