Kazakhstan's first maritime training centre

Kongsberg simulators are the foundation of the facility, providing highly realistic training in normal and emergency conditions

Kongsberg simulators are the foundation of the facility, providing highly realistic training in normal and emergency conditions. CMTC has been established by Dutch company Wagenborg Shipping B.W.and Maritime Institute Willem Barentsz with support from the Dutch Min of Economic Affairs, in order to provide high quality training and certification of officers and ratings working on sea going vessels, in addition to the provision of basic professional knowledge and skills for maritime cadets. 

The training center is equipped with two full mission Kongsberg Maritime Polaris simulators for navigation training and a Kongsberg Maritime Neptune engine room simulator with advanced touch-screen BigView operation.
The Kongsberg Maritime Polaris and Neptune simulators are said to meet the requirements of IMO, SOLAS, the latest STCW Convention and are certified by the world's leading maritime classification societies. Together, they will provide a broad mix of training scenarios across numerous disciplines, including: Bridge team management, ship-handling and maneuvering, radar observation and plotting, automatic radar plotting aids and engine resource and team management.

The new Caspian Maritime Training Center LLP (CMTC), the first maritime training facility in Kazakhstan, was recently opened in Aktau, Kazakhstan.

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