Drydocking and Projects
To provide your superintendents and project managers involved in this process with sufficient knowledge about drydocking and repair projects we have developed the training „drydocking and projects“ together with our instructor Jan Helmut Meier.
MTC is proud to share that we started the development of Pilot Training Programs for the Port of Banjul, Gambia in collaboration with the Harbour Pilots Hamburg. It was an extraordinary experience to welcome the delegation and we are looking forward to our future projects.
The last two years have shown us that we can easily provide simulations for port development projects and risk assessments remotely or hybrid. We can stream all view channels required by a client (3D third-person-perspective on an object, radar display, etc.). All parameters of a simulation can be observed and discussed live in the debriefing with the staff on site.
Obituary: Thomas Krieg
We mourn the loss of our long-time instructor Thomas Krieg.
MAN ME Classroom Restart
We are finally ready to announce that our MAN ME Electronic Engines Operation and Analysis Training restarted last week on-site here at MTC in Hamburg!
We are pleased to announce that after four years we have completed the FernSAMS project together with our partners. The work in the FernSAMS project served to define the feasibility of a remote-controlled harbour tug in its sub-areas.
Restart MAN ME onsite training
Restart MAN ME-C and MAN ME-B onsite training After more than one year of only MAN ME-C and ME-B online training we are proud to announce that also our classroom will open again on October 4th, 2021. The online trainings have been a great success. The feedback of the participants was very good during the […]
Quality Online Simulation Training
In the first quarter of 2020 the Corona pandemic hit our shores, social distancing became the norm and travel restrictions were introduced. Not only did it come as a shock to our customers and ourselves, we were virtually overnight propelled into a re-think of the presentation of our courses.
It is actually astounding that after all these years of STCW and the IMO Model Courses referring to it, very few lecturers and instructors at Maritime training institutions have ever heard of “Outcome-Based Education” (OBE).
They are blissfully unaware about what it is, let alone that this is the preferred, prescribed method of instruction of the IMO. In short, we at training institutions around the world are supposed to run ALL our courses in OBE format. So why aren’t we?
Port simulation studies in times of COVID-19 pandemic are challenging
Building on years of project experience, a well-trained technical team and a state of the art glas fibre infrastructure we have moved the studies to the internet. It is not only possible, but also has some major advantages such as experts do not have to travel around the world, flexibility of planning of simulation etc.