Videotel has released two new training videos designed to help ship owners deal with changes to emissions regulations that come into force on January 1.
KVH-owned Videotel has reported the release of a new training programme designed to foster cultural awareness among multinational crews.
Videotel reports that it has developed a new training programme for Recovery of Persons from the Water (Man Overboard Edition 2), which is aimed at ensuring all crew aboard a vessel are properly prepared for such an emergency.
KVH has announced that it will now offer Videotel’s new video about Ebola safety free to all mariners, in an effort to increase awareness of prevention measures against the virus.
Videotel has announced that it has expanded its Ship Security Officer and Designated Security Duties training courses, in line with the latest STCW regulations.
VideoTel has released a new edition of its Training, Mentoring and Assessment On Board programme, in support of the IMO’s move to standardise training and assessment across nations.
KVH Industries and Transas announced today that they have struck a strategic relationship that will see KVH deliver automatic ENC updates from Transas via its multicasting technology.
Videotel has released a new programme, Social Media at Sea, addressing the dangers of inappropriate use of social media by shipboard personnel.
KVH today announced that it has acquired e-Learning provider Videotel, in a deal worth almost $50 million.
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