ETC Will Partner With Bibby Maritime in Mumbai

Press Release
Thursday, March 22, 2012

Hamburg - ETC, the MSG MarineServe GmbH operated ‘ECDIS Training Consortium,’ announced that it has reached agreement with the Sir Derek Bibby Maritime Training Center in Mumbai to act as its local partner.

MSG will provide its well established ECDIS training course ware, ECDIS training systems and approved Train-the-Trainer courses. In addition, MSG will provide 24/7 certificate authentication and trainee database services for reference by its Partners, Customers, Port State Control and other concerned authorities. The Sir Derek Bibby Maritime Training Center will deliver the training, which is configured on a single training structure and methodology in order to guarantee the quality and consistency of the training.

The Sir Derek Bibby Maritime Training Centre is part of Bibby Ship Management Group.

“Building on our 200 years of heritage and maritime legacy, we are proud to provide a high class ship management, crew management and training solutions to the global maritime and offshore industries,” said Prakash Agarwal, the Managing Director of Bibby Ship Management, India. “We have been constantly working to extend the best training facilities to the international seafaring community.”

ETC partners are located in key centers of maritime activity in order to meet the multi-locational nature of the demand for training at a commercially viable price.

 

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