Kongsberg Maritime Launches New Training Portal
Kongsberg Maritime has launched its new global training website – www.training.km.kongsberg.com.
The new portal improves functionality for selection and booking of Kongsberg Maritime’s diverse training course portfolio, which is available at modern training centres in 11 countries. With the launch of the new portal, Kongsberg Maritime’s global training schedule is now accessible to all visitors with a fresh design and easy navigation that allows courses to be booked in minutes.
Kongsberg Maritime’s new training portal provides information on course content, pre-requisites and assessment information, as well as duration and cost. Courses can be searched by location or course category and dates can be viewed in list view, along with availability. Developed using contemporary design standards and tools,the streamlined new website is designed to be easily viewed on handheld devices, meaning courses can be booked straight from desktop, tablet or mobile.
Kongsberg Maritime’s new training portal streamlines booking for more than 130 distinct training courses available worldwide in addition to vessel specific and customised courses. The company, renowned as a leading maritime technology developer is also at the forefront of maritime training, offering a varied course portfolio covering all aspects of automation, dynamic positioning, navigation, reference systems and subsea survey and crane operations. Type Specific and generic training includes courses recognised by DNV-GL, IMCA and the Nautical Institute.
“We offer an extensive range of courses globally so the new website has been designed to ensure customers can easily find course availability and submit booking requests,” said Eirik Hagensen, General Manager, Global Customer Training, Kongsberg Maritime. “With such a diverse course offering, it’s important that we provide clear, user-friendly access to help our customers find the courses they need at the right time and location, and we believe our new online training portal achieves this.”