TELEDYNE CARIS E-learning Website

Welcome to the Teledyne CARIS e-learning website. The following self-paced online training courses are available, with further details provided below:

  • Free demonstration course: ENC Production - guest users can review this short course
  • ENC Production with CARIS S-57 Composer - full introductory course (registration required)
  • Nautical Chart Production with CARIS Paper Chart Composer - full introductory course (registration required) 

If you have any questions or if you want more details about how to register for a course contact Teledyne CARIS.

TELEDYNE CARIS e-learning courses

RECENT NEWS:

  • Dec 2016 - an updated version of the Nautical Chart Production with CARIS Paper Chart Composer course is now available, using CARIS PCC 2.1.
  • Jul 2016 - the Teledyne CARIS E-learning website has been upgraded and it is now be accessed at http://elearning.caris.com.  
  • Apr 2016 - an updated version of the ENC Production with CARIS e-learning course is now available, using CARIS S-57 Composer 3.0.

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    Available courses

    [S-57 Composer Free Demonstration Course]
    This is a short, free demonstration of the first part of the full ENC Production with CARIS S-57 Composer training course (see below). It gives a basic idea of the content, appearance and the different types of media used in the full course.

    This is a short demonstration course only; no software is required.

    To access this free course as a guest, click the button below.

    To enter this course, click here




    [ENC Production with CARIS S-57 Composer]
    This recently revised training course is designed to provide a good basic understanding of how to create and update International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) S-57 format Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) using the CARIS S-57 Composer software product.

    A valid license of the CARIS S-57 Composer 3.0 software is strongly recommended in order to complete the training exercise portion of the course.

    - Information: course description and course requirements.
    - Length: 24 hours (estimated - completion time may vary).
    - Cost: $300 USD for 90 days access to the course - registration information.

    To register for this course, click here

    If you have registered for this course, click here to login


    [Nautical Chart Production with CARIS Paper Chart Composer]
    This newly updated training course is designed to provide you with a good basic understanding of how to create and manage nautical paper charts in a digital production environment using the CARIS Paper Chart Composer software program. Learn how to create and populate charts; add borders, marginalia, text and other cartographic features; mask features; validate chart contents; and, export and print completed charts.

    A valid license of CARIS Paper Chart Composer version 2.1 is recommended for you to complete the training exercise portion of the course.

    - Information: course description and course requirements.
    - Length: 24 hours (estimated - completion time may vary).
    - Cost: $300 USD for 90 days access to the course - registration information.

    To register for this course, click here

    If you have registered for this course, click here to login


    [Chart Production with CARIS Paper Chart Composer]
    This shorter training course is designed to provide a basic introduction to the most common tools in the CARIS Paper Chart Composer software program which is used to create nautical paper charts in a digital production environment.

    Note: this older course only covers selected parts of the workflow. CARIS recommends users participate in the recently updated full Nautical Chart Production course (see above).

    A valid license of CARIS Paper Chart Composer version 1.1 software is recommended for you to complete the training exercise portion of the course.

    - Information: course description and course requirements.
    - Length: 12 hours (estimated - completion time may vary).

    If you are registered for this course, click here to log in