Tag "training"

The IORIS training curriculum is running

IORIS, the web-based platform for information sharing and incident management at sea, is operational from 1st July 2018. A specific curriculum has been designed by EU CRIMARIO in order to both have a pool of trainers and skilled teams in

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Kenya & Madagascar specialists trained in data visualisation

A new session of the “Maritime Data Processing” programme was delivered in Mombasa (Kenya) from 25 March to 6 April 2018. Following the first level session, this session (MDP4 level 2) deepened the skills in maritime data visualisation. Participants learned

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Kenya specialists trained on PELAGUS software

From 13 to 17 November 2017, ten operational specialists of Kenya were trained on PELAGUS software, aimed at managing a National AIS network. This capacity building exercise is part of the CRIMARIO technical assistance provided for Kenya in order to

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Stronger maritime cooperation in Madagascar & Comoros

On 27 October 2017, in Antanarivo (Madagascar), the Prime Minister of Madagascar chaired the closing ceremony of the CRIMARIO last training session and the signing ceremony of maritime information sharing agreements between the MIFC (Maritime Fusion Centre of Madagascar) and

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The course on maritime domain analysis starts in Antananarivo

CRIMARIO starts a new training on maritime data analysis. The first course is delivered in Antananarivo (Madagascar) from 24 July to 4 August 2017 for 28 participants from Comoros and Madagascar. The future analysts will deepen their knowledge of maritime

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Blue Economy course starts July 2017

The Commonwealth of Learning, in collaboration with the University of Seychelles’ James Michel Blue Economy Research Institute, is offering a free online course on the Blue Economy. The course, titled “Understanding the Blue Economy,” is aimed at individuals new to the

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What skills acquired in maritime data visualisation ?

Twelve trainees,  7 Malagasy and 5 Comorians, have finished a 7 week on-site training which was broken down into three training periods during a 6 month period (October 2016 to March 2017). In between the two first sessions, the students followed

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