Liberia Endorses Videotel Training Programs

Press Release
Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Seven Videotel training courses have been approved by the Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR/the Liberian Registry).

This makes 17 total Videotel courses approved by LISCR and further cements Videotel’s long term connection with the Liberian Registry.

The seven Videotel courses approved are Advanced Oil Tanker Safety, Enclosed Space Entry and Emergency Awareness, ECDIS Training, GMDSS Training, IMDG Code Training, Marine Environmental Awareness and Maritime Security Awareness. These courses are delivered in a range of multimedia formats to suit the requirements of the individual customer.

There is a plan for more courses to be approved in the future, and Videotel continues to work with the Liberian Registry to raise awareness of and participation in the courses available to seafarers under the Liberian Maritime Program.

 

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