6011- Resilience Training Programme: Positive Communication

Course category: Resilience Training Programme Code: 6011 Description: 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. Each module can be customized according to each company’s training approach and philosophy. This is an…

1030 – Presentation Skills

Course category: COMMON Code: 1030 Who should attend: Maritime instructors and assessors who are responsible for conducting training and setting assessments Objectives and Benefits: The aim of the course is to prepare instructors to improve their presentation and communication skills, in order to deliver effective presentations to various audiences. Highlights: Key elements of an effective presentation Communication skills Various…

5009 – Marine environmental awareness incident

Course category: Lessons Learnt

Code: 5009

Who should attend: All crew (Operational & Management)

Objectives and Benefits:The aim of this course is to raise awareness on the legal practices associated with the arrangements of the bilge water’s discharge as well as the compliance with the corresponding regulations.

Legislation & References:

  • Industry Best Standards

Duration: 1h

1048- Maritime Labour Convention (2006) – Officers

Course category: COMMON Code: 1048 Who should attend: Deck Μanagement, Engine Management Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to provide Officers of vessels with the required information in order to comprehend the requirements of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 for seafarers’ working and living conditions onboard. Highlights Why MLC, 2006? – Structure and key players…

4003- Oily Water Separator

Course category: TECHNICAL Code: 4003 Who should attend: All engine Officers, All Deck Officers Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to enhance participants’ understanding of the basic principles of separation of oil from bilge water, along with the procedures for operation and maintenance of an Oily Water Separator. Highlights General description. Application, Working principle. Main components.…

4005- Familiarization with High Voltage

Course category: TECHNICAL Code: 4005 Who should attend: The session should be attended by those involved with ship electric networks, office superintendents and shipboard engineer and electro-technical officers. Objectives and Benefits: This course is intended to provide an in depth description of High Voltage electrical and automation systems, with typical voltages of 3.3 KV and 6.6 KV, as well…

2005- STS Transfer Operation (TNK)

Course category: WET Code: 2005 Who should attend: All Deck Personnel Objectives and Benefits: This course provides guidance to participants to help them to be aware of the STS operation from start to finish. Highlights Describe the different types and terminology of STS operations. Identify the regulations and guidelines. Understand the prudent actions of all involved parties. Comprehend the…

1051- Voyage Planning & Route Monitoring with ECDIS

Course category: COMMON Code: 1051 Who should attend: Deck Officers – Management and Operational Level Objectives and Benefits: The course’s goal is to introduce the user to the preparation of Voyage Planning with the use of the ECDIS system. Highlights Voyage Planning aspects, principles and constraints ECDIS preparation for voyage planning and stages of the planning Route creation and…

1059- Bunker Fuels Ops & Malpractices

Course category: COMMON Code: 1059 Who should attend: Shipping Companies (Μasters, Chief Officers, Engineers), Oil companies (Bunkering Dpt), Bunker suppliers/traders Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to explain guidelines, procedures, best practices and current regulations and standards followed, along with malpractice cases, so as to help participants to gain an enhanced or…