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CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE


The first simulators have just been procured and include a full suite of advanced ship, offshore vessel, engine room and radar kit from Kongsberg Maritime, the global leader in marine training technology.


TRAINING EQUIPMENT The equipment, which includes a detailed 360o model of the


Humber, will be used to support the delivery of advanced training courses for maritime professionals and businesses. The simulators effectively replicate the working environment for a wide range of maritime roles, including bridge crews, navigators, maritime engineers and Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) operators. Each part of the simulator system can be operated independently, or be interconnected to provide full vessel operation exercises for an entire crew.


Patrick Henry, CEO of Modal Training, said:


“Modal is here to provide training of the absolute highest quality to maritime businesses across the Humber region and beyond, which is why we’ve invested in a full suite of advanced marine simulators from Kongsberg Maritime.


“We’ve listened to leading companies from across the maritime, offshore and renewables industries, and we are in the process of developing an extensive suite of equipment designed to meet their real-world training requirements exactly.


“The Humber is home to the UK’s largest multi-purpose ports complex and Modal will provide the high quality, tailored training that businesses need to take advantage of growing opportunities in the region and across the wider sector.”


TRAINING CENTRE


Work has just started on Modal Training’s 5,696 m2 facility in Immingham, with the design phase of the project now in progress.


The centre – which is jointly funded by the Grimsby Institute and the Humber LEP, as part of the Humber Growth Deal – is on schedule for completion and full operation in September 2016.


Modal Training Click to view more info


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