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ABS Certified Online Ballast Water, Cargo Operation, Cyber Security, Electrical, Environmental, Health & Hygiene, MLC 2006, Navigation, Operations, Safety & Security and Ship Handling Courses

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SQLearn is a training center approved by the Liberian Registry and ABS and offers e-learning courses for seafarers, cruise ship crews and yachts crews. The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) is a classification society, with a mission to promote the security of life, property and the natural environment, primarily through the development and verification of standards for the design, construction and operational maintenance of marine-related facilities.

The e-learning modules are designed according to the latest e-learning standards and are interactive, use multimedia elements like narration and 3D videos. The certified e-learning courses address safety training needs and are available onboard and ashore.

The training management and detailed, real-time reporting of training activities of the onboard and ashore workforce will be provided. The courses comply with industry and enterprise regulations and improve risk management as training contributes to identifying, understanding, and eliminating risks.

The following E-learning courses are certified according to American Bureau of Shipping - ABS Standards for Certification of Maritime Education Facilities & Training Courses.

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Leadership & Communication Courses

  • Leadership, Delegation and Empowerment at Sea: This online course focuses on empowering personnel to perform their duties at their best, encouraging others to develop themselves and improving teamwork.
  • Effective Communication Onboard Ships: This online course focuses on giving and receiving communication and feedback clearly, precisely and in an assertive and affirmative way.
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Ballast Water Courses

  • Ballast Water Treatment - Maintenance & Troubleshooting: The aim of this course is to help trainees become familiar with the actions needed, to maintain ERMA FIRST BWTS components and whole system, at specific time intervals as described in the BWTS manual.
  • Ballast Water Treatment - Operations: This online course aims to provide information about ERMA FIRST BWTS components and overall system operation, in order to be prepared to operate the system.
  • Ballast Water Treatment - Technologies: This online course aims to help trainees become familiar with the philosophy, methods and means used to treat ballast water.
  • Ballast Water Management - Legislation: The aim of this course is to provide awareness of the Articles and Regulations of the Ballast Water Management Convention, the Guidelines accompanying the Convention, BWMP development, implementation and operation, BWRB keeping, the USCG Ballast water program and the EPA compliance.
  • Ballast Water Management - Compliance, Monitoring & Enforcement: The aim of this course is to help trainees become familiar with the compliance and monitoring requirements of the IMO, USCG and EPA.
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Cargo Operations Courses

  • Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Management: In this course you will comprehend the nature of VOC emissions, as well as how these emissions can be reduced by means of specialized equipment, best practices, specific procedures and thorough planning and monitoring.
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Cyber Security Courses

  • Cyber Security: The aim of this course is to raise awareness and train all the Companies’ personnel concerning Cyber Security.
  • Cyber Security Awareness Training for Ship Crew Members: The aim of this course is to enhance the understanding of what Cyber Security is and provide information regarding the respective threats, the system’s vulnerabilities, the risk assessment process, the procedural and technical measures.
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Environmental Courses

  • Ship’s Garbage Management Plan /Ship’s Garbage Management Plan & Garbage Record Book: Upon the completion of these courses, the participants will have a thorough knowledge of the regulations of Annex V of MARPOL
  • Oil record book - Part I (Machinery Space): Provides guidance on how to record a wide variety of operations by following the IMO guidance
  • IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap: The aim of this course is to familiarize the course participant with all the aspects of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap Regulations and provide in-depth knowledge
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Electrical Courses

  • Familiarization with High Voltage: This course is intended to provide an in depth description of High Voltage electrical and automation systems, with typical voltages of 3.3 KV and 6.6 KV, as well as the procedures for their installation and testing.
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Health and Hygiene Courses

  • Safety Food Sanitation System: The aim of this course is to teach the essentials of food safety, food microbiology, the sanitary design principles for facilities and equipment and the correct procedures for cleaning and sanitation.
  • Food Safety: The aim of this course is to properly prepare seafarers to carry out their duties on board ships, by applying the food safety principles.
  • Housekeeping: The aim of this course is to properly prepare seafarers to carry out their duties on board a ship, by applying the housekeeping principles.
  • Health and Hygiene: The aim of this course is to properly prepare seafarers to carry out their duties on board ships, by applying the food safety principles.
  • Fatigue Awareness & Management: Fatigue Awareness & Management online course intends to enhance participants’ understanding importance of obtaining the necessary rest
  • Medical First Aid: Accidents and Treatment: The aim of this course is to provide all crew members with basic information for treating patients with common injuries, as well as patients after serious accidents.
  • Emergency First Aid: The aim of this course is to provide all crew members with basic information about emergency first aid procedures, such as Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the use of Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) and the treatment of victims of choking, bleeding and shock.
  • Hospital Set-up & Patient’s Treatment (Examination Procedures): The aim of this course is to provide all crew members with basic information about the proper arrangement of a ship’s hospital, the procedures of patients’ examination and the ways of using external help in case of an emergency.
  • Structure & Function of the Human Body: The aim of this course is to provide all crew members with basic information about the structure and function of all the biological systems of the human body.
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MLC 2006 Courses

  • Maritime labour convention (2006) - Ratings: The aim of this course is to provide seafarers with the required information in order to comprehend the requirements of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 for seafarers’ working and living conditions onboard.
  • Maritime Labour Convention (2006) - Officers: The aim of this course is to provide Officers of vessels with the required information in order to comprehend the requirements of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 for seafarers’ working and living conditions onboard.
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Navigation Courses

  • COLREGs - Rules of the Road: The aim of this course is to familiarize the participants with all the aspects of the COLREGs and how they are managed onboard.
  • ECDIS System & Electronic Chart Types
  • Voyage Planning & Route Monitoring with ECDIS: This online course aims to provide learners with the required information in order to introduce them to the normal configurations of ECDIS and the various chart types.
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Operations / Engineering Courses

  • Bunker Fuels Ops & Malpractices: The aim of this course is to explain guidelines, procedures, best practices and current regulations and standards followed, along with malpractice cases
  • Fuel Bunkering Operations: The aim of the course is to provide all crew members with the required information about fuel bunkering procedures, introducing all the necessary precautions to ensure onboard safety, environmental protection and Company’s reputation.
  • Oily Water Separator: The aim of this course is to enhance participants’ understanding of the basic principles of separation of oil from bilge water, along with the procedures for operation and maintenance of an Oily Water Separator.
  • Fuel Oil Change Over Procedures: The purpose of this module is to prepare ship personnel on how to change over fuel properly, according to rules and regulations during the vessel’s voyage.
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Safety & Security Courses

  • Ship Safety Officer: Under the International Safety Management (ISM code), every ship must appoint a Ship Safety Officer (SSO) who has the knowledge, experience, and skills to look over the important safety issues related to ship safety and crew’s well-being.
  • Port State Control - Inspections: The student will be offered a comprehensive understanding of the requirements of the Port State Control New Inspection Regime, as well as the USCG and AMSA requirements.
  • Vessel’s Maintenance: The aim of this course is to provide guidance regarding Onboard maintenance.
  • Guide on Safe Mooring Operations and Procedures: By completing this course the student will be able to identify hazards associated with mooring operations and comprehend all the relevant procedures on safe mooring operations.
  • Port State Control - AMSA & USCG: The aim of this course is to provide sea-going personnel (Management and Operational) with the required information in order to prepare and respond effectively to inspections conducted in Australia and the United States.
  • Port State Control - Raising Awareness: The aim of this course is to provide sea going personnel (Operational) with the required information in order to prepare and respond effectively and properly to Port State Control inspections.
  • Enclosed Space Entry & Rescue: Every ship is required to implement specific rules and regulations (ISM code, MCA publication, IMO Resolution A.1050 (27), ISGOTT Chapter 10 and MSC.1/Circ 1401) regarding enclosed space entry.
  • Planning of Works: The aim of this course is to highlight the importance of work planning as an integral part of health & safety work practice and to familiarize the participants with each aspect of this process.
  • Practical Risk Management: In this course, basic information about risk management and how to conduct a risk assessment will be provided.
  • Behavior Based Safety: The aim of this course is to enhance participants’ understanding of the fundamentals of Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) and to provide solid information regarding the effective implementation of BBS programs.
  • Recovery of Persons from Water: The aim of this course is to provide guidance to the Master and the crew of a vessel regarding the plan and procedures for recovering persons from the water and to make them familiar with cold water survival techniques.
  • Ship’s SOLAS Training Manual (FFE) - Part III: Fire Fighting Equipment
  • Ship’s SOLAS Training Manual (FFE) - Part II: Structural Fire Protection
  • Ship’s SOLAS Training Manual (FFE) - Part I: Theory of fire & Fire Extinguishment (Management)
  • Ship’s SOLAS Training Manual (FFE) - Part I: Theory of fire & Fire Extinguishment (Operational)
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Ship Handling Courses

  • STS Transfer Operation (TNK): Ship to Ship (STS) trasfer operation online course provides guidance to participating crews to help them to be aware of the STS operation from start to finish.
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LAST UPDATED ON Sep 29, 2022