Familiarize yourself with the transport chain and its major influencers. Acquire a strong understanding of the scope and execution plan of PortCDM.
Vessel Performance & Efficiency
PortCDM is an organisational concept aimed at enabling more predictable timings and operations in sea transport by building unified and standardised data exchange protocols.
PortCDM addresses the need to ensure a continuous flow of data about intentions, outcomes, and disruptions related to movements and service provision among all those involved in the berth-to-berth maritime transport process.
This results in a high degree of predictability in the planning and execution of all associated operations and activities.
Bergmann Marine e-Learning provides an engaging suite of video-based training courses for maritime professionals, constructed by our in-house content producers and experienced maritime professionals. We aim to enhance user-experience and create a long-lasting impression industry wide.
This course aims to familiarize you with the transport chain and its major influencers and provides you with an understanding of the scope and execution plan of PortCDM.
It enables you to share the same situational awareness, based on input from multiple sources, with other key actors. The course empowers a holistic view that fosters collaboration and allows for efficient and successful coordination and synchronisation, which benefits everyone, not least the end customer and recipient of the goods.
This course is suitable for all professionals in the shipping industry, including:
Module 1: Concept of PortCDM
Module 2: PortCDM Development
A general understanding of the maritime industry is recommended.
Course Access: 30 days
Timeframe: approx. 20 min
Certificate: Yes (1 year validity)
Strong Authentication: No
Daily test attempts: 2
Min % of progress on GuideMe to access TestMe: 80%
Min % of passing the TestMe: 100%
Total test time: 45 min
We recommend the use of a wired internet connection when taking this course. Connection via mobile internet is also possible; however, it is considered unstable and might cause the failure of your exam.
Supported Internet Browsers:
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