BIMCO adds new eLearning courses

The new NYPE 2015 course can be completed in one hour The new NYPE 2015 course can be completed in one hour

Shipping association BIMCO has launched a range of new eLearning courses on its updated Docebo platform, offering a choice of tutor-led study or flexible untutored sessions according to the user’s preference.

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