MSI Trains Evergreen Marine Instructors

Tuesday, November 09, 2004
The Director of MarineSafety International's San Diego learning and research center, David Ramsey, recently conducted Bridge Resource Management and Train the Trainer courses for the instructors of Evergreen Marine's Seafarer Training Center. The training took place at the Training Center in Taoyuan, Taipei.

Evergreen Marine, part of the Evergreen Group, operates 120 container ships, which call at ports worldwide. Approximately 2,000 mariners are employed on their ships. Evergreen's Seafarer Training Center, a full-service center managed by Captain Lin Ting-shyang, has bridge and engine full mission simulators, part task trainers, and ECDIS and GMDSS labs. MarineSafety International's task was to train the instructors in the methods of conducting training using simulators and to provide guidance and materials for Bridge

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