TU Varna Receives Training Certification

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Thursday, August 22, 2013
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Following a compliance audit, the simulation center of the TU Varna was officially certified by the European Maritime Administration in Bulgaria to provide maritime training in full compliance with the latest STCW and IMO regulations. All simulators at the TU Varna Center are delivered by VSTEP and include NAUTIS FMB and NAUTIS Desktop simulators as well as Engine Room Simulators.

The TU Varna simulation center is now certified to provide approved training for bridge team and resource management, ECDIS training, Engine Team Resource management and GMDSS training in accordance with European Maritime Administration and IMO guidelines. The TU Varna is one of the leading maritime universities on the Black Sea and incorporates a high tech simulation center at its premises, which uses state of the art simulation technology in its training curriculum. In order to fulfill all of the TU Varna’s training requirements, the university selected VSTEP’s NAUTIS maritime simulators for this simulation center.

NAUTIS is a new range of advanced DNV certified maritime training simulators developed by VSTEP. NAUTIS offers a high quality, affordable solution for training maritime professionals, officers and crews. NAUTIS includes a full range of certified simulators, from desktop trainer to full mission bridge simulator and allows maritime training in full compliance to the latest IMO Standards.

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