Latsco opts for SQLearn training

Jun 07 2019


Latsco Marine Management has chosen SQLearn’s e-learning system and e-learning courses for its its 27 vessel fleet.

SQLearn’s Dolphin System, a web-based e-learning system specifically designed for the shipping industry, is offered via the Dolphin Box, a hardware solution for on board training, while the onshore installation allows the training head to manage and monitor the training process across the fleet in real time.

“Latsco Marine Management Inc. encourages and supports the use of e-learning to improve human factors and maritime safety. Being in a position, where exceptional leadership should be tangible we are trying to deepen our Impact, among others, through innovative training solutions. With SQLearn, we are able to train our personnel effectively and at the same time manage easily all training activities” said Kostas Vlachos, Latsco Marine Management’s COO. 

SQLearn’s Dolphin Box can be used either as an e-learning dedicated mini server or as a workstation. Functioning as a server, users can access e-learning courses within the vessel’s local network using their own PCs or dedicated workstations.

When Dolphin Box is paired with a keyboard/mouse and a screen it can be used as a dedicated workstation. Using either method, Dolphin Box allows users to access stored e-learning courses while their activity is synchronised with the onshore cloud installation.

“We’re really excited to be working with Latsco Marine Management, one of the most dominant operators of an international fleet of oil tankers and LPG carriers. SQLearn provides a modern way to improve safety for maritime. Our interactive e-learning courses cover the training needs of the shipping companies and our unique e-learning system make training easily accessible,” said Spyros Goumas, SQLearn’s CEO.

SQLearn’s e-learning facilities and e-learning courses are certified according to relevant ABS standards and to ISO 9001:2015.



Previous: WinGD launches three more engine designs

Next: US crude imports could be affected by Mexican tariffs


May 2019

Nor-Shipping - ballast - remote surveys