The shipping industry is one of the most exposed to exceptionally challenging conditions such as operating in dangerous environments and coming across with high economic and ecological risks. Safety is one of the most crucial factors and as the great majority of onboard accidents involve human errors, the industry invests a lot on the training of seafarers.
SQLearn, given the restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic and following its Corporate Social Responsibility actions, supports the initiative “Citizens’ Digital Academy” powered by the Ministry of Digital Government and provides its Cyber Security e-learning course for free.
The development of SeaHealth’s first e-learning module, entitled “Basic Life Support”, has been completed. This module will be the reference model for the first evaluation of platform’s learning service quality. At the same time, the development of the other modules is in progress and they will soon be delivered to their potential users for evaluation.
Through a content partnership, SQLearn’s modern library of interactive e-learning courses is now available on Marine Learning Systems’ advanced training and assessment platform, which is built specifically for the maritime industry.
Russia is one of the five largest supply countries for seafarers, both officers and ratings, while Russian is one of the official languages of IMO! SQLearn’s library of e-learning courses for seafarers, Dolphin Library is now available in Russian!
Ιn the framework of the “SeaHealth” project, the research team of EKPA, in collaboration with SQLearn and DANAOS, carried out a study to record the training needs of the potential users of the online platform, so as for the project team to decide on the educational modules that will be developed.
On IMO’s International Day of the Seafarer, two companies have clubbed together to focus on improving maritime safety through training mariners
Green-Jakobsen and SQLearn are excited to announce the settlement of their partnership. By focusing on the human element, the two companies have the common goal to improve safety for maritime companies and this partnership will help them enrich their business and provide newer services.
Further to the latest developments of the coronavirus pandemic and its effect on the global economy and especially in the shipping industry, SQLearn has developed an e-learning course to create awareness for the COVID-19 pandemic based on IMO advice and relevant WHO guidance.
SQLearn’s e-learning solutions help shipping companies to ensure business continuity and minimize risk during the COVID-19 pandemic
SQLearn allows shipping companies to continue their training schedule without interruptions by providing ABS certified e-learning system and courses for onboard and ashore safety training on STCW topics.