PC Maritime Offers Engineering Training Products

Wednesday, January 24, 2001
A new suite of engineering training products from PC Maritime has been developed to meet STCW 95 Sections A-1/12 and B-1/12 and ISM Code Sections six and eight.

The PC-based products are designed to deliver effective training at low cost and provide tools to assess and document the competence of personnel.

PC Maritime's products are self-installing and easy to use Windows 95/98/NT. The range covers basic cadet training up to mini full-mission engine room simulation.

The products are available through PC Maritime's appointed agents worldwide and full information is at www.pcmaritime.co.uk. For further information, send an e-mail to: commercial.sales@pcmaritime.co.uk.

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