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Port State Control: Inspections A new e-learning course by SQLearn

A new course, 1031 |Port State Control: Inspections is now available in SQLearn’s Dolphin Library and is addressed to all personnel ashore and ship staff engaged in the preparation of the vessel for a forthcoming port state control inspection, as well as Managers, Superintendents, Recruitment Service Providers and Senior ship staff. This specialized course offers a comprehensive understanding of the requirements of the Port State Control New Inspection Regime, as well as the USCG and AMSA requirements, enhances awareness and preparedness for Port State Control Inspections and helps staff achieve compliance with the requirements concerning safety integrity of the vessel and pollution prevention.

Dolphin Library: A modern way to improve safety for maritime
SQLearn, the market leading Greek company that specializes in e-learning, provides a modern way to improve safety for maritime by using e-learning for the advancement of maritime training with flexible, interactive and reflective learning techniques. SQLearn’s services include the Dolphin Library, a library of e-learning courses that cover national, international and flag requirements and are of a great importance in the field of safety training. Dolphin Library’s courses are all designed according to the latest e-learning standards, are interactive and use multimedia elements like narration and 3D videos. E-learning courses are offered with an innovative hardware solution for onboard training called Dolphin Box. Using Dolphin Box the crew manager can manage and monitor the training process across the fleet in real time while all seafarer trainings (e-learning, ashore trainings, drills) are kept in a complete seafarer training record.

E-learning facilities and e-learning courses are certified according to relevant ABS standards.

Source: SQLearn

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