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Anglo Eastern and MarinePALS launch learning platform

Anglo Eastern Ship Management has teamed up with Delhi-based software company MarinePALS to develop PALS (Proficiency and Learning System), a web-based e-Learning portal that was formally launched in London during the Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping (HTW 3) sub-committee meeting at IMO in February 2016.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}PALS provides learning content for each of the tasks mentioned in GlobalMET and the ISF deck cadet record book via the online system, though an off-line version is also available for use on a tablet. The tablet device synchronises the progress of the cadet whenever internet access is available.

The single consolidated platform can also be used for sharing of information and progress between cadets and other internal or external stakeholders, with the company training officer able to receive and provide feedback to the cadet within the software.

Multi-media content like videos, animations, diagrams and sketches are used as part of the training programme, and users can log-in and out as they wish to study at their own pace.{/mprestriction}

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