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“By securing the Nautical Institute recognition for another consecutive year we are demonstrating our commitment to providing a market-leading digital learning portfolio. Mintra’s maritime course library includes STCW and DNV accredited titles and has been developed in collaboration with industry subject matter experts to meet the unique needs of the maritime sector,” Simon Burrows, Quality Manager
For the second consecutive year, The Nautical Institute has awarded a Certificate of Recognition to eight of Mintra’s maritime training products, including two Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) titles, combining 38 courses and assessments overall.
Mintra’s range of Safebridge products has been part of The Nautical Institute scheme since 2017. Courses recognised this year include Mintra’s Well-Being & Personal Development learning product which encompasses 18 different courses and Psychometric Assessments covering a further 14 titles.
The recognition of Mintra’s Manufacturer Approved ECDIS Type-Specific Online Training is expected to be renewed in November 2022 and will include a further 17 separate courses. This will take the total of Mintra titles recertified in 2022 to 55.
The Nautical Institute recognition is an endorsement of the processes and procedures used in the design, delivery, review and improvement of maritime training products and services.
The Mintra products recognised by The Nautical Institute this year to date include:
· ECDIS Basics
· ECDIS Training for Maritime Pilots
· Mastering Daily Navigation
· Safe Navigation in Confined Waters
· UK Legal and Administrative Processes (Grade 2)
· Well-being & Personal Development
· German Shipping Law Course
· Psychometric Assessment Service
The Nautical Institute is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with consultative status at the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Mintra are seeking a Quality Assurance Engineer to join our UK team.
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