Exis Technologies launches IMDG Code e-learning Amendment 35-10 Refresher Course, 8 December 2011
for shore-side staff involved in dangerous goods transport by sea
is a requirement of the IMDG Code. Shore-side staff that require
IMDG Code training include shippers, freight forwarders, container
packers and consolidators, shipping line booking staff, stevedores,
port and terminal operators. Exis has developed the computer-based
training tool, IMDG Code e-learning, with the support of the
International Maritime Organization and industry bodies to address
the urgent need to train large numbers of staff worldwide
economically and flexibly, but to a high standard. The course is in
use by thousands of students worldwide. Exis has recently launched
an IMDG Code e-learning "Refresher Course" to train staff in the
changes from Amendment 34-08 of the IMDG Code to Amendment 35-10
and to provide a general refresh of the Code.
The Refresher Course will take the effort out of re-training for
the new Amendment for those individuals that have already taken an
Amendment 34-08 course, either online or classroom based. With
prices starting at GBP 60 per student, and discounts for multiple
purchases, it is a cost-effective way of ensuring that staff are up
to date with the provisions of the IMDG Code. The course is
available for the web and company intranets.
There are three levels of Amendment 35-10 IMDG Code e-learning
training for shore side staff that have not received previous
training, or for those individuals that wish to take the full
- General awareness: for staff requiring a familiarisation
with the IMDG Code requirements.
- Function-specific: for staff directly involved in dangerous
goods transport. The function specific course configuration follows
the recommended training needs in 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 of the IMDG
- Advanced Course: in-depth training on all aspects of the
The courses are available for the web, company intranet or as SCORM
content for learning management systems.
IMDG Code e-learning is independently certified by Det Norske
Veritas (DNV), one of the world's leading classification societies.
The course is sponsored by the TT Club and supported by ICHCA
(International Cargo Handling Association).