SQLearn e-learning system is being rolled out across the 19 vessels in the Kyklades Maritime fleet.
Kyklades Maritime Corporation will train its crew using the Dolphin Library’s Resilience Training Programme, a library of e-learning modules available to improve the crew’s ability to successfully manage challenges and make effective decisions.
The Dolphin System is a web-based e-learning system specifically designed for the shipping industry and it comprises of the ashore and vessel installation as well as the Training Management System.
Of the 19 vessels in its fleet using the new system, Kyklades Maritime has six Suezmax tankers on order at Hyundai Samho and has taken delivery of four VLCCs in 2019. These are on long-term bareboat charters and operate in the Ocean Yield fleet.
Kyklades Maritime Corporation chief executive Dimitris Patrikios said: “Kyklades Maritime Corporation is a shipping company focused on modern and efficient vessels, while operating them with the most sophisticated and comprehensive management systems available in the market. Therefore, we believe that our cooperation with SQLearn will meet the high standards we set for providing our crew with specialized and complete training through innovative e-learning courses. Since we have at the core of our activities the well-trained crew and safe operations, our collaboration with SQLearn was αn inevitable decision for us”.
SQLearn’s chief executive Spyros Goumas said: “We are more than pleased to welcome Kyklades Maritime Corporation in the “fleet” of SQLearn. The e-learning courses we provide to our clients in the shipping industry combine the required knowledge and the specialized information with the state-of-the-art technology. The dedication to the needs of our clients is at the centre of our values.”
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