Seably, the global online marketplace for bespoke maritime training, is delighted to introduce Captain John Carlo Gatti, the new Seably Director for Maritime Training Institutions.
Health and Safety are always crucial for any mariner and shipowner. This is brought very sharply into focus regularly on World Health and Safety Day, this year falling on April 28, 2021.
The all-new online learning community Seably is being launched. With Seably, anyone can explore, take, or even teach a course.
Specialized training services delivered remotely will provide flexible option for enhancing Process Safety, Root Cause Analysis and Cyber Security practices
IMO maritime security training is underway for Libyan port facility security officers, managers and designated authority officials (18-22 August).
Maritime industry is doing its best to keep up with the pace of the changing technology and environmental regulations. The young generation joining the field should be given the best training before they step in. Find out 4 areas maritime education and research industry should consider without fail.
For a civilisation that depends on shipping in order to survive, surely training the next generation of seafarers would be high on the industry’s agenda.
Post graduation after marine engineering can open new doors of opportunities both at sea and shore. We have compiled an extensive list of post graduation courses which one can pursue for further studies after a bachelor degree in marine engineering/naval technology.
The demand for online maritime courses is gradually increasing. With increasing requirement for maritime training, a few maritime companies and institutes have started providing maritime course online. We bring to you top five online maritime courses providers.