Korean Version, MARPOL Standards Training

Thursday, July 23, 2009

A Korean Language version of Meeting MARPOL Standards (MMS), Waste Management Best Practices (WMBP) and NPDES Training for Vessels (NTV) software packages has been recently released by MARPOL Training Institute (MTI), a California-based training and consulting company.

The computer-based training software programs have a Korean language audio track along with English text on the interactive screen images. The programs were developed by MTI principles, Captain Robert Hall and Chief Engineer David Hiller, who have over 75 years of combined experience in the shipping industry. Each program offers training for crew or officers to work at their own pace and provides a Certificate of Completion for the student and an auditable database record for the company. This release compliments a Portuguese language version (both audio track and text) delivered earlier this year.

(http://marpoltraining.com)
 

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