Maritime License Training Company Expands Training Course

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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Nautis USA of Annapolis, Maryland delivered the newest generation of the Nautis Maritime Training Simulater to Maritime License Training Company in Jacksonville.

"Maritime License Training Company has greatly expanding its maritime training course and assessment offerings with their Nautis DNV Certified Class B" Full Mission Bridge Simulator," said Victor Tufts, Sales Director of Nautis Simulation USA.

The new Nautis Simulator enables maritime students to learn, practice and perfect new ship and boat-handling skills; train with and on the best maritime simulation available; get hands-on experience with maritime industry quality standard ship control units and complete Assessments of Competency for both the USCG and STCW Licensing and certifications.

 

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