ECDIS Ltd has announced the introduction of a new simulation training technology for COLREGs that it says will allow instructors to create fresh training-aid scenarios in minutes.
Seagull Maritime has announced the launch of two new computer-based training (CBT) modules, focusing on deck safety for specific types of offshore vessels.
Videotel has launched a new training programme that focuses on the loading and discharge of project cargoes and heavy lifts.
VSTEP reports that it will deliver and install a NAUTIS DNV Class A Full Mission Bridge Simulator at the Maritime Academy of Cirebon in Indonesia.
Marine insurance company The Swedish Club reports that navigational claims such as collisions, contacts and groundings have remained at consistent levels despite advances in technology and safety systems.
Videotel has launched a new crisis management e-learning course, developed in cooperation with the IMO, Royal Caribbean, and Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA).
ChartCo has announced that it will be offering a range of training courses following its acquisition of Regs4ships last September.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) reports that a further eight of its ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications are now available in electronic format.
Seagull Maritime reports that its training centre in Horten, Norway, has received approval from the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA), the first overseas approval of its kind since the PMA changed leadership in 2014.
Videotel has announced the launch of its ISO 50001 Energy Management Training Course, designed to help ship owners and managers reduce emissions and costs by more effectively managing their energy systems.
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