SQLearn provides a library of online CBTs for trainings arising from Rightship Inspection Questionnaire (RISQ). The CBTs in the list below correspond to RightShip training requirements for ships transporting dry bulk. The online CBTs can provide the trainees, both onboard and ashore, the knowledge to prepare for various tasks and issues related to vetting controls.
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CBT training matrix for Tanker Management Self Assessment (TMSA) elements addressed by OCIMF in TMSA 3 covered with online CBT offered in SQLearn’s course library offered for onboard and ashore training.
Oil tanker training courses delivered with e-learning from SQLearn’s extensive e-learning library cover many STCW topics. Courses are ABS and Liberia approved. Maritime computer based training (CBT) can be used for seafarers to familiarize themselves or refresh various topics contributing to the improvement of safety culture onboard following STCW guidelines. SQLearn develops flag approved e-learning…
Fire protection and fire fighting on ships online courses that aim to raise awareness for fire incidents onboard ships. In 2020, according to Allianz, there was an approximate average of one fire every two weeks onboard ships, while fire/explosion remained the third most common cause of ship total losses (11%) over the past decade. Any outbreak of fire on board a ship poses a significant risk to the safety of the vessel and to everyone on board. The following courses are based on guidelines provided by the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), STCW and IMO model courses.
STCW certificates requirements. So you want to work on a cruise ship (or Super Yacht), your future employer asked you to provide STCW certificates and now you are wondering from where to start?
SQLearn offers flag approved STCW basic training refresher courses for cruise ships with certificates accepted by flags that recognize IMO white list approved training. STCW Basic Training certificates are required for most roles in order to work onboard cruise ships.
STCW Code in Part A contains mandatory provisions with the minimum standards required in order for a seafarer, based on his/her rank, to be able to get on a vessel.
What is STCW? STCW stands for Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers. From a legal aspect, STCW is an International Convention adopted in 1978 by Conference at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London. Subsequently, it has been oftentimes revised, with the most significant amendments taking place in 1995 and 2010.
Having been overlooked and considered taboo for many years, the issue of mental health is steadily emerging. Unfortunately, one such example is the maritime industry. Despite the burden of long stretches at sea, and the obvious impact this has on a seafarer’s mental wellbeing, the issue of mental health has not been a particular focus. And with continuing Covid-19 restrictions, the issue is more pressing than ever before.
Covid-19 has brought to light huge inefficiencies in the way that the maritime industry handles and safeguards seafarers. With grueling reports of stranded workers still coming to light, how will future careers in the sector be affected? And does this industry risk going through a recruitment drought?