Ocean Technologies Group has integrated Virtual Classroom to its Ocean Learning platform.
OneLearn Global is launching an intuitive next generation learning management system for the maritime, energy, hospitality and industrial sectors.
Seably and Marine Insight have partnered to create new specialised material that will be available in the marketplace for Seably subscribers from April 2021.
Kongsberg Digital has signed a contract with the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) to upgrade and extend the K-Sim Navigation simulators based in SIDMAR; the Centre for Simulation, Research and Maritime Development of the Panama Canal Authority.
Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has signed a partnership agreement with the University of South-Eastern Norway (USN) to develop cloud-based simulation exercises for the international maritime education market.
Stream Marine Training (SMT) and the University of Gibraltar have formed a collaborative partnership to provide MCA approved STCW courses and technical training for maritime students completing the new BSc (Hons) Maritime Science with Cadetship Programmes and seafarers.
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) has confirmed it will supply an extensive equipment and simulation package for the maritime training vessel Gann, helping both to reduce the vessel’s emissions and enhance the education offered on board. The contract, worth 41.2 MNOK, is part of an extensive refit and will include KONGSBERG’s SAVe Energy battery system and hybrid shaft generators, in addition to power management, propulsion control and monitoring systems.
Maritime training business Tapiit Live has achieved a continuing professional development (CPD) recognition from the Institute of Marine, Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) for its mental well-being course, as well as endorsement from the UK P&I Club.
Marine Learning Systems (MLS) has been awarded a contract by the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) to implement a simulation assessment metrics solution.
Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has announced that a growing number of maritime bodies in Canada, ranging from Canadian Marine Training Institutes to the Canadian Coast Guard, are using its cloud-based simulation solutions as a vital part of their education and training programmes.
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