The International Monetary Organization, IMO e-learning platform or portal has been launched. IMO is expanding its service offerings to include e-learning. The first free online course was introduced on April 7th, in conjunction with its Pollution Prevention and Response (PPR) Sub-Committee meeting.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has created a variety of e-Learning courses to help Member States better execute IMO instruments. Some courses are also offered to anybody interested in marine concerns who wants to improve their understanding of the subject.
The first of these courses is “An Introduction to Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response, and Cooperation,” which is intended to provide a basic introduction to those who are involved in, or have an interest in, matters related to oil pollution preparedness and response, whether from the oil spill response community or the maritime sector.
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The World Maritime University is collaborating on the development of the e-Learning course series. Distance learning has become critical in fulfilling the evolving educational demands of the maritime sector, and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) is providing students and maritime professionals all around the world with the opportunity to improve their understanding of essential maritime topics.
How can I enroll in courses on the IMO e-Learning portal?
Log in using the link here https://lms.imo.org/moodle310/ and register as a public user.
Step 2 – e-Learning portal window. Complete the profile.
Step 3 – Ready to enroll in courses on the IMO e-learning platform?
Please see the information below about the IMO User Guide.
Visit the e-learning portal by clicking https://lms.imo.org/moodle310/