The simulator driver training was launched in Casablanca

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The simulator driver training of port handling machinery is ready and is based at the Port Training Institute (IFP) in Casablanca. It was launched last July 17 by the Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and logistics Aziz Rabbah. The facility includes a new building housing the local simulator, a room for observing the process of training, another debriefing to share real-time the various simulations, offices for the teaching staff, a large breakfast room upcoming extensions as well as other facilities.

The simulator driver training was launched in Casablanca

The simulator driver training was launched in Casablanca

Within the Department of Public Works, it guarantees that the quality of this conjugate training modules and educational tools developed by IFP system should allow Morocco to provide high-level services in the driver training port handling equipment.

All meet worldwide normal and prospects of port operators both in the UK and in the countries of the region of the Mediterranean basin and Africa. People have a dominant place in the air and sea road, national transport plan and the simulator is part of the training in the best conditions by simulating all work circumstances and all types of traffic including environment, safety and weather.

The structure allows the driver training various devices used in port services and will make Morocco an international and regional hub in the formation of African expertise, but also European. This simulator allows equipment operators to be practically in actual situations and help them better understand the actuality when unloading or loading ships and moving containers.

The system is outfitted with the recent technology developments in simulation to guarantee optimal training of drivers from six different port equipment including gantry cranes, straddle, RTG (gantry container yard on tires), mobile cranes tires or rails and cranes ore.

Mohamed Dekkak