Prime Marine Selects SQLearn for Training

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 24, 2019

Image:  SQLearn

Image: SQLearn

Greece-based e-learning service provider SQLearn announced that Prime Marine Management has chosen the company’s innovative e-learning system in order to enhance e-learning on board and ashore.

Prime Marine Management uses SQLearn’s suite of specialized services for the shipping industry in a fleet of 40 vessels.

Fotis Kamperis, Training Manager of Prime Marine Management,  said “SQLearn’s e-learning system provides some unique advantages in updating, storing, monitoring and managing the seafarers’ e-training including own developed customized training. SQLearn has made a highly professional job in providing custom e-learning courses based on the material and scenario of Prime.”

According to a release, SQLearn is the first to use e-learning for the advancement of maritime training with flexible, interactive and reflective learning techniques.

Its Dolphin System, a web-based e-learning system specifically designed for the shipping industry, is offered via a hardware solution for on-board training, while the ashore installation allows the training manager to manage and monitor the training process across the fleet in real-time.  

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