Maritime training provider Videotel is launching its first serious game, a training course entitled Entry into Enclosed Spaces.
Videotel has launched a new Ports and Pilots catalogue comprising over 70 courses.
Videotel, a London-based provider of maritime training material, has released a video to demonstrate the importance of good training.
Videotel is marking its 40th anniversary by releasing its latest maritime training catalogue, which it says comprises more than 800 new and updated titles.
Videotel has launched webFSA, a software that may be used to assist with VIMSAS (Voluntary IMO Member States Audit Scheme) audits and with training and monitoring of class, non-exclusive surveyors and in-house surveyors.
The Liberian Registry has endorsed seven more Videotel courses, bringing their total to 17, according to the London-based training provider.
Videotel reports that it has revised and updated its Piracy and Armed Robbery training programme.
Videotel reports that it has updated its Garbage Management training programme in response to new updates to MARPOL Annex V that entered into force on January 1, 2013.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) in the UK has given its formal approval to the Videotel CBT ECDIS blended learning package, the company reports.
Seagull has entered into a cooperation agreement with Danish maritime training provider Marstal Navigationsskole (MARNAV) for the development of range of new courses, while Videotel has also worked with the North of England P&I Association in launching its latest training programme.
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