This is the second article in a row of 3 about on board training. We have interviewed Søren Eliassen, H&S Manager in Maersk Supply Service about the on board training concept recently launched in their fleet. Here you can read about what it comprises, how it has been launched and how it has fully replaced their conventional courses for seafarers.
This is the first article in a series of three pivoting on board training.
Training is a vital part of our jobs in order to stay updated, knowledgeable, competent – and safe. Sometimes training takes place without your noticing – sometimes it takes more effort. But for sure, the best results from training are achieved when it takes place on-the-job. Read more about the 70:20:10 principle here and wait for the following two articles about the way Green-Jakobsen delivers on board training. We give you two cases described through interviews with Søren Eliassen from Maersk Supply Service and Maarten Colman from Exmar Shipmanagement.
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