ABS Completes Review of Seagull CBT

Wednesday, October 15, 2003
ABS has reviewed and indicated that Seagull's CBT distance learning solution covers the requirements for ship security training, a move that underscores the growing movement in the Maritime industry towards the efficiencies offered by distance learning and computer-based training. ABS is a ship classification society and in the process of receiving Recognized Security Organization (RSO) status. The approaching deadline and fleet-wide requirement for ship security officers is an ideal scenario for computer-based training (CBT). Ship Security Officers (SSO) can be trained for an unbeatable price via computer-based training and a workbook of practical exercises. Upon successful submission of the course work Ship Security Officers receive an official classification society certificate, records that the company can use to indicate compliance with training requirements. Seagull's Ship Security Course Package allows all crew, including Ship Security Officers, to be trained onboard in compliance with the US Coast Guard and ISPS Security Code regulations taking effect in 2004. All training activities can be managed conveniently onboard or on shore through the Seagull Training Administrator. The full Seagull training course package includes three CBT courses and the SSO course workbook: Security Awareness (CBT #115); Ship Security Officer (CBT #121); Ship Security Officer Workbook; Automatic Identification System (CBT #109). Contact us for more information.
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