Alphatron Marine Proudly Presents Their Renewed ECDIS Lab
Alphatron Marine is pleased to announce to have upgraded its ECDIS training facility at its headquarters in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. In the past five years, we have trained and certified many thousands of captains, officers and seafarers on the ECDIS IMO model course and Type Specific Training (TST) of various manufacturers. With our renewed ECDIS lab we are able to respond to the changing market requirements.
We can provide up-to-date ECDIS Type Specific Training on both Transas and JRC and are capable to switch between software and applications on the same classroom navigation simulator. This is especially useful for non-sea going personnel. In addition to TST for both manufacturers, we can fulfil the growing demand for ECDIS and other navigational equipment for responsible staff in offices of crewing agencies, superintendents, shipping companies and harbor authorities.
For seagoing trainees, the workstations will provide improved situational awareness as all main sensors relate to the panoramic view. We often hear even the most experienced captains and navigational officers say they benefit from this type of training, as differences between brands, products and software cause every device to work differently. Our certified instructors offer you the latest tips and tricks on how to use the ECDIS - what is often difficult to grasp with manuals only.
We have the latest versions of equipment and software as PL4 (JRC) and MNS34 (Transas) with all options on the ECDIS. And you will be trained with the latest materials, providing a real training environment of your own ECDIS.
Type of ECDIS training:
Type Specific Training (Transas and JRC)
Refresher course (training per IMO and flag state regulations)
Tailored customer training
IMO model course 1.27 with adopted Manila Amendments for STCW
Check our website http://alphatronmarine.com/en/training book your training with us and we will be glad to train you or your crew.
The products and services herein described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.