We are dedicated to providing mariners with the knowledge they need to comply with MARPOL and U.S. EPA VGP regulations. We offer consulting, instructor-led, computer-based and online training. We know what is required and have created a robust, interactive curriculum that is both comprehensive and holds learners' interest
Following increased regulatory vigilance of maritime pollution we began providing crew training before and following US Department of Justice violation settlements. The training was instructor-led and expensive. Instructor-led training can only train an existing crew. Months later, when crew members rotate, you must repeat the training. Our clients liked the idea of paying less one time for computer-based training that could be offered repeatedly. Based upon this experience we developed Meeting MARPOL Standards as a separate computer-based product.
has worked in the marine industry since 1966. He is a 3rd generation seafarer with a BS in Marine Engineering and an MS in Naval Architecture. He holds a USCG License Chief Engineer for Steam & Motor vessels – unlimited horsepower and sailed as Chief Engineer for 19 years. His experience includes Container Ships, LNG Carriers, Crude & Product Tankers and Bulk Carriers. He has worked in shipyards and aboard vessels to assist owners, operators and contractors in designing, modifying, upgrading and improving vessel systems, engine operations and crew processes. Since 1998, his consulting work has focused on improving waste stream management processes, practices and MARPOL compliance.
Captain Bob Hall has worked in the marine industry since 1966. He has sailed as Master of tankers and container ships for 12 years. He has worked ashore with American President Lines in vessel management and logistics positions and with Norwegian Cruise Lines, America (NCLA) as Vice President. At APL he was Director of Training for the global enterprise. Bob brings his experience in training, human resource development and sailing to our team.
Roger Kent, PMP
Roger Kent has over twenty years of experience in the Adult Learning industry. He wrote an e-learning Project Management training program for the California Department of Transportation in 2002. Since 1996 he has trained over 2,000 professionals in Project Management basic and advanced skills in the
William Heinz specializes in computer-based training and testing. A 15 year veteran of the Adult Learning industry he was Vice President of Kelly Services in charge of the computer-based testing and training for 250,000 temporary employees each year. William is equally facile with instructional design and software development, which allows him to create innovative training solutions like MMS. He created the Flash Development Kit and has three testing and training patents.