Fun Ship Personnel to Train with CDM

Friday, September 12, 2003
SEATTLE-CDM has been selected by Carnival Corporation to develop computer-based training (CBT) for each level of operations personnel. The training will enable each operating line to fulfill environmental compliance requirements in accordance with Carnival's Environmental Compliance Plan.

Specifically, CDM is developing shipboard and shoreside training for Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line, Cunard Line, and Costa Cruises. Improved training is an important tool for maintaining superior environmental systems performance and reducing operations and maintenance costs, and the CBT method enables streamlined training of a large number of employees and ensures all staff receive consistent training. CDM's CBT modules will provide environmental compliance training for the majority of Carnival's shipboard and shoreside staff.

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