A reflective learning course is based on an incident report and gives users a detailed description of an incident using 3D video animation techniques. The goal is to help users understand the root cause of an incident and prevent similar incidents from occurring. The material can be used on board for reflective learning sessions and gives users an accurate representation of a situation or incident.
SQLearn designs and develops e-learning content according to a company’s needs arising from national and international requirements, flag and trades. SQLearn’s e-learning facilities and e-learning courses are certified according to relevant ABS standards. All e-learning courses developed by SQLearn are designed according to shipping companies specific needs arising from ship types, flag and trades. E-learning course design and development is based on international standards for e-learning like SCORM and using ABS model course structure. E-learning courses are developed using the most popular, modern authoring tools while they can be delivered both onboard or ashore.
- Compatibility with SCORM standard (LMS independent courses)
- Easy navigation and user friendly interface
- Multimedia elements (narration, 3d animation, etc.)
- Interactive activities
- Self-assessment modules
- Comply to principles of adult learning
- Gender neutral
- Cultural neutrality
- Compatible with Section 508 and W3C standards
- HTML5 support for mlearning (upon request)
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If you have any questions, want to view a demo, arrange a meeting or you want to learn how you can deploy the courses to your vessels and ashore, please contact SQLearn Sales at 0030 210 7778877 or send your queries at firstname.lastname@example.org
SQLearn E-learning facilities, the E-learning software platform and E-learning courses, are certified by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) according to ABS Standards for Certification of Maritime Education Facilities & Training Courses.
SQLearn is also certified for providing e-learning services according to ISO 9001:2015 from TUV AUSTRIA HELLAS.