Opening of ECDIS eNavigation Centre

Thursday, April 15, 2010
Photo courtesy ECDIS Ltd

ECDIS Ltd has opened their new eNavigation Centre at Solent Business Park, where they will deliver their flagship MCA accredited IMO 1.27 Model ECDIS course. Mark Broster, Managing Director of ECDIS Ltd said, “The eNavigation Centre will enable ECDIS to offer a larger range of courses and provide training to suit all varieties of mariner, from STCW for watchkeepers to short courses for Pilots, as well as ECS training for yachtsmen, fishermen and the leisure industry.”
 
“We are delighted to offer our customers the ECDIS training solution at such a convenient location. Solent Business Park offers a great deal of flexibility with road, rail and air links and is well placed for our customer base. The facility will also enable delivery of our Portable ECDIS course as well as the Short ECDIS course and ECS training, so I am really pleased to be opening this new facility”.

Malcolm Instone, Operations Director added, “The ECDIS team has provided navigation training and consultation in electronic chart display and information systems for some time now. With the opening of this new facility we are looking forward to adding to the 1000 mariners already taught.”

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