Equipment Specific Training for Transas Navi - Sailor 4000 ECDIS

  • Marine Simulator System

Outlines

Teaching Methods:
The course is split between illustration to familiarize the trainee with the menu structure and practical exercises on the actual ECDIS equipment to cement understanding. We hold a TRANSAS Navi Sailor 4000 ECDIS Type specific training.

Prerequisites:
Those attending the course should have conducted a generic 5 day IMO 1.27 ECDIS course. They should have experience in performing chart work and should be able to practice all usual tasks concerning standard navigational procedures and equipment. ISC is not aiming to teach trainees to navigate using ECDIS. It is teaching them to use ECDIS in order to navigate safely. Therefore, we require the trainee to have the basic navigation knowledge and that they understand what a navigation watch entails. We at ISC are of the opinion that traditional navigation techniques are still relevant in a digital world and as such we will teach the use of existing navigation skills on an ECDIS system.


Class Limitations:
Your training is important to us here at ISC and because of that we have ensured there are no minimum booking numbers for any of our type specific courses. All type specific training can be scheduled and conducted for one student. Classes are limited to 2 trainees per terminal. Maximum numbers do apply and vary across different manufacturers – please contact us for further details.

Trainers:
Our trainers are Master Tickets Holder served on containers vessels worked with several and the well spread ECDIS software’s  in the industry also certified from TRANSAS.

Program

Marine Simulator Systems

Objectives

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