The data exchange between vessels and ashore systems has greatly increased in the past years as well as the need for training seafarers and ashore personnel for cyber security threats. SQLearn has developed an e-learning course that covers the most important aspects of Cyber Security and is address to both seafarers (mainly officers) and ashore personnel.
Known for the creative spirit and innovative training tools, SQLearn, the Greek company with exclusive expertise in e-learning, spreads wings in the fascinating world of Virtual Reality. The company, having a long-standing presence providing effective training solutions for various business industries, is currently implementing the Brave Dolphin project, aiming to create the ultimate VR training tool for the maritime.
Renew your STCW Basic & Advanced Training certificate with e-learning, approved by the Liberian Registry!
For the 1st time ever, STCW Basic & Advanced training courses, both theory & practical training, flag approved*, are offered with e-learning! SQLearn, the e-learning experts for maritime training, is proud to announce the offer of STCW Basic and Advanced training via e-learning courses approved* by the Liberian Registry. This pioneering achievement offering a new experience in…
SQLearn e-courses are carried out virtually and thus its products and services are environmentally friendly by theirs nature. According to statistics from the Open University in Britain, e-learning requires 90% less energy than traditional on-site classroom education, while CO2 emissions per trainee are reduced by 85%. The energy savings derive from fewer travel emissions, less paper usage…
SQLearn, being next to the shipping industry through e-learning solutions, conducts a LIVE Discussion about the “M/V Ever Given Case – Facts & Implications”, presenting Lessons Learnt for the “Vessel touched bottom in Suez Canal” incident. The LIVE Discussion takes place on Thursday, June 10th, from 18.00 to 20.00 GMT+3 with free registration for participants…
We are delighted to announce that SQLearn has become a Nautical Affiliate partner of The Nautical Institute! SQLearn embraces and shares the values of the Nautical Institute and helps fund the Institute’s Mariners’ Alerting & Reporting Scheme (MARS). MARS is a free searchable database containing reports of accidents and near misses stretching back over a quarter of a century and is funded through the generous support of the Institute’s Nautical Affiliate partners! It is one of the maritime industry’s leading risk reduction initiatives and is helping to make life safer for seafarers everywhere.
Moore Greece & SQLearn combine their areas of expertise & organize the Webinar “Introduction to Shipping Accounting“
SQLearn and Moore Greece join forces and organize the Live Webinar “Introduction to Shipping Accounting“.
The seminar will be implemented through SQLearn synchronous training platform (teleconference software). The instructor will be Mr. Panayiotis Hatziantonoglou (CPA GR) Certified public accountant in Greece and a partner at “Chartered Accountants Moore Stephens S.A.” since 2002 with 36 years of auditing and accounting experience. The seminar is addressed to Junior Accountants of Shipping companies as well as students & graduates of Economics Schools who want to pursue a career in the accounting and finance function of shipping companies.
SQLearn and Moore Greece join forces to create innovative online training programs, synchronous and asynchronous, in a wide range of subjects related to administration, financial management and regulatory compliance of shipping companies.
We are delighted to announce that the Liberian Registry has signed an agreement with SQLearn to approve SQLearn’s library of e-learning courses and STCW e-courses for the maritime industry.
Let’s Talk e-training for maritime is a concept that becomes more and more common and can prove to be of high importance to seafarers’ state of mental health and, since an aftereffect, also to their safety onboard. Through real case scenarios and do’s and don’ts provided, the crew assess that staying connected to each other & other communicational channels available for their mental wellbeing, they can confront issues that may arise before creating a negative effect to someone’s psychology.