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Monday, 06 March 2017 16:08

ECDIS Ltd expands ACAT

ECDIS Ltd has extended its range of ECDIS ACAT (Annual Competency Assurance Training) courses to now include the new JRC 7201/9201 and Furuno FMD ECDIS models.

LNG tanker management company GasLog LNG Services is to implement Seagull Maritime’s e-Learning system and Competence Management platform across its fleet and in its manning offices, while also offering supplementary online access.

Thursday, 09 February 2017 15:23

Virtual classroom system from Kongsberg

Kongsberg Maritime’s training division has introduced a new online virtual classroom system, designed for the pre-course preparation phase and using a live video link integrated with on-screen presentations, emulated system software and assessment tools.

ECDIS Ltd has introduced an offline version of its Annual Competency Assurance Training (ACAT) courses, to allow for study on ships with little or no internet access.

Thursday, 12 January 2017 10:28

Seagull training app updated

Seagull Maritime has upgraded the Seagull Training App to version 2.0, for both Android and iOS, to improve usability across a range of mobile devices, with dynamic screen layouts for different sized displays.

Monday, 19 December 2016 11:01

Training portal launched by Kongsberg

Kongsberg Maritime has launched its new global training website, which aims to improve functionality for selection and booking of training courses at the company’s training centres in 11 countries.

Marorka and SMDERI (Shanghai Marine Diesel Engine Research Institute) have opened an Energy Management Training Centre in Shanghai, following the earlier signing of a cooperation agreement between the organisations in May 2016.

Consolidated Marine Management based in Greece has signed up all crew on its 23 vessels for type specific ECDIS Annual Competency Assurance Training (ACAT) on both Furuno and JRC equipment, to be carried out by ECDIS Ltd.

Thursday, 20 October 2016 14:57

New simulator opened in Liverpool

UK Shipping Minister John Hayes was among the guests at the official opening of a new Maritime Bridge and Engine Simulator training facility in Liverpool, as part of a maritime graduate talent programme that has been developed in partnership with UK industry body Mersey Maritime.

The initial evaluation of a prototype augmented reality system for the maritime industry, based on Google Glass technology, is underway at the Baltimore campus of the Maritime Institute of Technology & Graduate Studies-Pacific Maritime Institute (MITAGS-PMI) in the US.

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