Training for the JRC ECDIS is available NOW
HAMBURG, 31 May, 2013 – (Marine NewsWire) Safebridge, the Internet-based simulation training specialist, has brought its latest E-learning courseware online for training and certification on the JRC ECDIS models JAN-701, JAN-701B, JAN-901, JAN-901M, JAN-901B & JAN-2000.
“Safebridge is pleased to be in a position to offer training for the JRC ECDIS to supplement JRC’s own training program and provide its customers with the added benefits of flexibility on timing, location and duration, as the course allows a 3-week window for both the training and the online test for certification”, said Safebridge Managing Director Ulf Steden. “This courseware is the result of intensive cooperation between the two companies to achieve a product that not only meets JRC’s expectations for training but also fulfills its commitment to its customers by covering the full JRC classroom training syllabus”.
“We are pleased that the course content could match our own practice”, commented Bas Eerden, JRC’s Marketing & Product Development Manager, “and that it has been brought to market at a time when we anticipate that the demand for online training will start increasing. Safebridge will provide us with the capacity to meet this demand, 24/7, anywhere in the world. As training plays an essential role in the correct use of equipment and therefore in safety, the ability to deliver quality courses forms an important part of the service we offer our customers as a reliable partner.”
Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, Safebridge is an innovative e-learning company formed in 2009 to develop online bridge equipment simulation training solutions for the maritime industry. The company evolved from the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Initiative under the Leonardo da Vinci Program, which ran a project on this subject. Safebridge’s staff includes professional mariners with years of experience at sea. For more information, visit: www.safebridge.net.
Established in 1915, Japan Radio Company is one of the oldest marine electronics manufacturers in the world. With headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, the company designs and manufactures commercial and international maritime industry compliant products, including radars, navigation aids and radio and satellite communications equipment.
With main branch offices in Amsterdam and Seattle, JRC is well positioned to provide sales and service support to its comprehensive global network of sales and service partners.
For more information, visit: www.jrceurope.com.