Matral Maritime Training Centre, which recently relocated from Calabar has commenced series of training program in Lagos. The first training program at its current location was organised for staffers of ConnectRrail services Limited (CSL)
The training program on ‘Barge solution to port operations’ was designed to meet the operational need of CSL as well as to improve work efficiency.
A statement from the maritime institution few days ago, said the training, the first to be organised since relocation to Lagos late last year, was coordinated by captain Ade S Olopoenia, while Mr Joshua Asanga, who just retired from the Nigeria Ports AUTHORITY, Mr Dele Alabi; OlusolaSobowale and Captain Olugbade Ibrahim were on ground with their experiences which they impacted on the trainees.
Altogether eight courses were offered the eight participants at the programme. The first lecture was on Basic inter-modalism, the Gain of intermodal transport that covered the classification of transport modes, its benefits and it’s operational.
The third lecture was on technical requirement and safety and intermodals’, while the fourth lecture was on operational documentation.
Other lecture delivered at the training programme for CSL worker was on commercial documentation of intermodalism, Risk management (operational); risk management insurance and maritime security, which was handled by captain Olopenia, who retired from Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) as a director.