Falck Safety Services and VIKING Saatsea have signed a preferred partnership agreement to offer a blended online, on board and on shore STCW refresher training course, combining theoretical exercises with practical training.
Danelec Marine has launched a programme to provide free upgrades to its customers’ shipboard ECDIS systems to meet new changes to equipment standards.
Seagull has created a mobile app for crew training that will allow seafarers to track their records and receive critical safety alerts via their iPhones and Android devices.
Videotel has partnered with ECDIS training company Safebridge to provide a new service for certification of seafarers in ECDIS type-specific training while serving onboard ship.
AkzoNobel’s Marine Coatings business and e-learning compbany Marlins have launched a training system for the effective application of the International range of marine coatings.
Videotel reports that it has released a Videotel Partner API, an application programming interface that facilitates the exchange of data between Videotel and its clients’ crew management software systems.
Transas has announced a new strategic cooperation with Dutch company XVR Simulation, to leverage XVR’s technology to expand Transas’ maritime training capabilities and to deploy common projects in the safety and security simulation market.
Seagull Maritime has launched a software tool to benchmark seafarer knowledge levels, allowing shipowners and operators to compare their crew and potential recruits with industry peers.
Transas has launched a high voltage training package for marine engineering and electrical training, combining simulators and real equipment in response to recently introduced STCW requirements.
The New Alliance Marine Training Centre (NAMTC) has joined the Transas Global ECDIS Training Network (GET-Net), to become the first GET-Net partner in China.
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