Transas to Participate in ETC-2014

Posted by Joseph R. Fonseca
Sunday, April 20, 2014
International Forum on ETC

 

Transas will take part in the ETC-2014 – The second International Forum on Seafarers’ Education, Training and Crewing. The Forum which consists of the Conference and Exhibition will be held on 23-24th of April 2014 in Odessa, Ukraine.

ETC-2014 is organized by Odessa National Maritime Academy and Exhibition Center Odessa Home.Transas Marine International Director for Simulation Business Division
Andrey Sitkov will present Transas view on future trends and challenges in maritime simulation. Some of the topics include STCW training, financial issues and ways to overcome this, upcoming trends in the industry that will influence the maritime simulation market and new areas of simulator application.

Reasons to explore Ukrainian Maritime Crewing and Training Market at ETC Forum:
Ukraine is in the list of 5 world leading officer suppliers;
300+ working crewing agencies in Ukraine;
Maritime World Best Speakers: this year IMO Secretary-General Mr. Koji Sekimizu will take part with a keynote speech;
Top managers of shipping companies, crewing agencies, international associations, maritime institutions and training centers will participate in the Conference;
Wide networking opportunities: Conference program contains speeches, panel discussions, round tables, exhibition overview, and an official dinner;
Advertising and direct communication: Exhibition is visited by thousands of seafarers, cadets and other representatives of maritime industry.

etc-odessa.com

 

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