ECDIS Will Partner With Japan Radio

Press Release
Tuesday, March 20, 2012

UK-based ECDIS training and consultancy company ECDIS Ltd. has announced a new partnership agreement with manufacturer Japan Radio Company (JRC). As a training partner, ECDIS Ltd will deliver MCA- and DNV-approved Generic and Nautical Institute accredited Type Specific (Equipment Specific) training on JRC ECDIS software. Delivery of courses on JRC ECDIS has begun, and ECDIS Ltd. has successfully delivered JRC training on several continents already.

“Considerable time and effort goes into the development of our ECDIS courses to ensure that they are of the highest quality, and the new JRC courses are no different,” said Malcolm Instone, Director of Operations & Standards. “ECDIS Ltd.’s comprehensive course content is delivered by consummate professionals who have extensive knowledge and experience of navigating with ECDIS. The result is the very best ECDIS training available anywhere in the world.”

JRC has built up a reputation for delivering and supporting robust and reliable navigation and communications equipment for use in one of the harshest environments on earth. JRC ECDIS are ergonomically-designed to enhance the working environment and man/machine interfaces, providing continuous position and navigational safety information.

 

 


 

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