Prime Marine Management has selected Greece-based software company SQLearn’s e-learning system to develop its on-board and onshore training needs.

The company already uses SQLearn’s range of services in a 40-vessel fleet.

Prime Marine Management training manager Fotis Kamperis said: “SQLearn’s e-learning system provides some unique advantages in updating, storing, monitoring and managing the seafarers’ e-trainings, including own-developed customised training.

“SQLearn has made a highly professional job in providing custom e-learning courses based on the material and scenario of Prime.”

SQLearn’s e-learning system provides learning techniques that are flexible, interactive and reflective for maritime training.

A web-based e-learning system, SQLearn’s Dolphin System is designed specifically to meet the needs of the shipping industry. It is provided through a hardware solution for on-board training.

The onshore solution allows real-time management and monitoring of the training process across the fleet.

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SQLearn’s Dolphin Library forms part of Dolphin Platforms. It provides interactive e-learning courses and offers training material to meet the requirements of the shipping companies.

Based on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers topics, the e-learning courses cover national, international and flag requirements.

Prime Marine Management also uses SQLearn’s Resilient Dolphin to develop the crew’s ability to overcome personal and professional challenges, while also improving their decision-making qualities.

SQLearn CEO Spyros Goumas said: “We look forward to continuing our good cooperation with Prime Marine Management.

“Through our integrated e-learning system, we provide a modern and innovative way to improve safety on board and risk management, as training contributes to identifying, understanding and eliminating risks.”