BSH Approval for ECDIS Training15/12/2011
|Transas Marine GmbH has received BSH Flag State approval for its STCW-conform ECDIS training. BSH has issued a certificate for Transas with the number BSH-2011-921-001. After successful formal and on-site BSH audits, the Transas ECDIS training course is certified until 2015.|
ECDIS Training offered by Transas Marine follows the IMO Model Course 1.27 fully compliant to the Manila Amendments to STCW 2010, which will be compulsory for training from 1st January 2012. This allows Transas to issue STCW 2010-compliant ECDIS training certificates.
In a challenging time of ECDIS mandatory requirements, training becomes of vital importance. The BSH certification is recognition of Transas Marine as a high-level ECDIS training provider according to the latest regulations.
Transas Marine has the biggest ECDIS background in the maritime industry. Transas' first ECDIS system received BSH type-approval in 1999. Transas Marine runs certified IMO Model Course 1.27 in its premises and through its Global ECDIS Training Network GET-Net around the world.
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