As part of its dedication to providing catering crews with the best possible standard of training and management, Marine Catering Training Consultancy (MCTC) is delighted to announce the launch of its brand new Learning Management System (LMS).
The innovative LMS will enable marine catering crews to manage their own training and communications digitally, and access all their course materials under one platform.
The new system is now available to all MCTC’s clients who subscribe to the training company’s flagship package the Catering Competency Development Programme, which incorporates onboard/ onshore training, distance coaching and mentoring programmes, vessel visits, evaluation, support and consultancy, and trade tests.
The first release of the LMS system includes the following features: Storage and usage of course materials; Conduction of assessments; Review and correction of assessments; Generation of certificates; Community Forum;Management of customers, contacts, vessels and students.
The LMS is a digital software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, and delivering of educational and training programmes. The software has been developed by MCTC, with assistance from a steering group made up of representatives from its clients.
Christian Ioannou, Managing Director of MCTC, said: “We put a high level of importance in the standard of training we offer to our clients’ catering crews. By introducing this piece of software, we are reducing the level of admin work that our Personal Culinary Training Consultants have to carry out. This enables them to concentrate on the training they provide.
“As the shipping industry embraces digitilisation MCTC is proud to be at the forefront of this, offering trainees a platform where they can access all their course materials in one place and share experiences, recipes with each other and many more
You might also like to read..
- Seafarers Win Commitment To Mandatory Internet Access In International Law
- ABS-Approved Sterntube-Less Ship Concept To Save Shipowners Thousands While Keeping Oceans Clean
- Top 12 Tanker Shipping Companies in the World
- NYK’s First Chief Engineers Successfully Complete NTMA And Internal Training Program
- One Of World’s Largest 24,000TEU Ultra Large Container Carriers Undocked In Shanghai
- Seafarers’ Unions Agree On New Three-Year Global Minimum Wage ‘Safety Net’ Deal
- Russian Navy Open Fires At Cargo Ship Sailing Towards Mariupol Port
- Methane Leak From LNG Powered Cargo Ship Caught In Infrared Camera
- 4 Filipino Seafarers Arrested In Australia For Reportedly Importing Cocaine