SQLearn participated in the event titled “Cruise Inn” 2017. Spyros Goumas, the CEO of SQLearn gave an informative speech to the participants of the event as the official representative of Hemexpo group.
SQLearn successfully participated in the event organized for the GSS-VET partners in Spain, as the guidelines of every Erasmus project require. The progress of the project was discussed during the meting as well as further actions and components that will be completed until the next partners meeting that will take place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
SQLearn introduces VLMS box, a hardware solution for onboard training
SQLearn will exhibit at Seatrade Cruise Global, 13-16 March, Fort Lauderdale Broward County Convention Center. SQLearn provides custom e-learning solutions designed and developed especially for shipping companies: vLMS, a web based e-learning system specifically designed for the shipping industry, helping crews to access training content and assessments from ashore and from vessels. Design and development…
Virtual reality applications can be effectively used in order to train professionals and combined with the capabilities of e-learning, can provide a unique approach to advance the ways people work and learn using their personal computer.
SQLearn invites you to attend Get to Know WIMA, February 22 in Limassol. SQLearn will present e-learning services for maritime companies including e-learning courses about resilience and the upcoming e-learning maritime library.
SQLearn develops e-learning material on Resilience related topics. The aim is the improvement of crew’s (including all ranks) capacity to successfully deal with stressful personal or professional challenges or events and take effective decisions.
Microlearning is a way of teaching content. In microlearning, content is divided into small chunks that are requested by and taught to learners on an as-needed basis
SQLearn joins WIMA, the Worldwide Industrial & Marine Association), a non-profit association of marine oriented companies
Business sustainability using continuous training solutions helps companies to embrace a culture of “investing in people”. Companies invest in training their employees rather than hiring new people which can be much more costly on different levels. Most companies nowadays want to invest in retaining their people – and developing that pool – so they keep employees well trained and up-to-date so that they can respond to the company’s ever-changing needs.