OneLearn Global adds UK P&I Club content to training platform

Cyprus-based learning technology company OneLearn Global (OLG) has expanded its catalogue of seafarer training material under a collaboration agreement with the UK P&I Club.

Under the terms of the agreement, OLG will host 50 video and webinar courses developed by the insurer on its Learning Management System (LMS). These include its ‘Lessons Learnt’ video animations depicting real-life shipping accidents and includes recordings of monthly webinars hosted by the UK P&I Club.

A series of short animations on topics like vessel collisions, bunkering mishaps, crew injuries, and enclosed space accidents will also feature, along with monthly 60-90 minute webinars about current issues, a 30-minute ‘Ask an Expert’ slot, and short ‘Inside Ship’ videos about risk awareness.

OLG’s LMS platform delivers training across devices, offering certifications and award badges to promote learning.

“At OneLearn Global, we know the impact that motivating and inspiring training content can have, and we are thrilled to be working with the prestigious UK P&I Club on bringing world-class learning content to seafarers,” said Abhinava Narayana, Managing Director of Operations and Product Development at OneLearn Global.

 “Thanks to the collaborative agreement we have signed with the UK P&I Club, we are able to include this important content as part of the catalogue of courses we offer OLG customers, both in an online and offline mode.”

“This is in addition to the larger universe of eLearning and immersive learning courseware we offer daily to our learners. It is about driving learning on demand across the board.”

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