ECDIS Ltd Delivers 10th Management Course

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Thursday, April 25, 2013

ECDIS Ltd delivered its 10th Management of ECDIS course to senior members of the Irish Naval Service as the start of further cooperation between the two organizations.

 

ECDIS Ltd’s Management of ECDIS course is designed for advanced and experienced users of ECDIS, or those who are now in a position of quality controlling the standards of their fleets’ navigation and making purchasing decisions. The course has proven very successful over the years in providing `top level` information to Fleet Managers looking to make the most efficient transition to Digital Navigation.

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