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.
Videotel has introduced new versions of its computer based training systems with the launch of VOD G2 (Videotel On Demand G2) and NVOD G2 (Networked Videotel On Demand G2).
Videotel Marine International and BIMCO have extended their cooperation agreement to offer the BIMCO eLearning Diploma Programme (BeDP) to all Videotel on Demand (VOD) users.
Seagull and Videotel have both introduced new CBT programmes, for training in ship security and lifting appliance surveys respectively.
Videotel Marine International reports that it has developed a new Dynamic Positioning Basic Training Course, in conjunction with C-MAR’s The Dynamic Positioning Centre.
Videotel reports that it has launched a new training series, Leadership and Team Working Skills, which aims to assist in building competence in resource management.
The United States Coast Guard (USCG) in Yorktown, Virginia, has taken delivery of three Videotel on Demand (VOD) units to be used in the training of Port State Control Officers.
Videotel has launched a new Continuing Competency Manager (CCM) tool, designed to assist shipping companies in managing training and competence.
Videotel and US-based Maritime Training Services (MTS) report that they have produced a new training programme on US Port State Control.
Videotel and Safebridge, in conjunction with Safebridge sister company MSG MarineServe, report that they are to work together to provide a range of generic and product specific ECDIS training.
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