Greece-based training specialist SQLearn has announced a new partnership with VENLYS Maritime Specialisation Services by creating six new e-learning courses, in the field of “Human element, Human Performance and Soft Skills”.
The six new e-courses will be provided via SQLearn’s e-learning and training management system and will consist of four vessel crew related courses and two shore crew related courses as follows:
Vessel Crew Related courses:
- Communicate Effectively & Assertive in a Multicultural Environment
- Safety Leadership & Self-awareness
- Leadership, Delegation & Empowerment
- Cognitive Skills (Situation Awareness & Decision Making)
Shore Crew Related courses:
- Internal Communication (Convict Resolution & Active Listening)
- Relationship Management
The new courses confront the challenges of the post-COVID 19 era by providing safe and interactive e-courses while promoting the role of the human element in the shipping industry.
Managing Director of VENLYS Maritime Specialisation Services, Katerina Skourtanioti said, “We are extremely happy and proud of our collaboration with SQLearn. As we all know, the new reality derived from the COVID pandemic, calls for the enhancement of targeted training for both sea and shore maritime companies’ personnel, with innovative and digital solutions. The partnership of two Greek companies, with long experience in and deep knowledge of the shipping industry, has the potential to cover the needs of the industry nationwide and globally, today and in the future to come. For all of us in VENLYS, the sustainability and development of Human Element and the continuous improvement of Human Performance in the industry remain one of our main targets.”
“We are really excited to announce our partnership with VENLYS Maritime Specialisation Services. We believe that our cooperation combines strategically our expertise in e-learning with their expertise in human element and that we will meet the high standards we set for providing the maritime industry with specialised and complete e-learning courses,” said Spyros Goumas, SQLearn’s CEO.