We develop and deploy solutions that enable our customers to develop and deploy their people, readily demonstrate compliance and maximise operational efficiency. Over land and sea, we have helped more than 2.2 million workers stay safe, develop new skills and verify their competence.
Mintra (Multimedia INteractive TRAining) was founded in Oslo Norway, in 1997 by Research Engineer Ivar Viktil to develop interactive safety training for the energy and maritime industries. With our headquarters now in Bergen and offices in Oslo, Stavanger, Aberdeen, Limassol and Singapore we provide services to over 4,000 companies, including 4 out of the top 5 largest energy companies in the world. The Mintra team consists of over 140 designers, developers, industry consultants, and supporting functions working to the highest standards.
'Our focus is to protect and improve businesses by protecting and improving their people.' Kevin Short, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Mintra’s learning and competence management system, Trainingportal, delivers our portfolio of over 2,300 courses to more than 1.5 million workers worldwide. Trainingportal Offline ensures that training and competency activities can continue onboard vessels in areas of poor connectivity.
Over the last 20 years, Mintra has developed one of the largest and most comprehensive portfolios of energy sector compliance-based courses. Every 30 seconds a course is completed with Mintra. Learn more
Mintra’s OCS HR system has been helping to control and automate complex HR tasks in the maritime industry for over 30 years, allowing operations to run more smoothly, and enabling the HR department to serve more ships and employees. OCS HR allows one system administrator to manage up to 300 employees and perform operationally-critical tasks.
OCS HR supports the operation of over 1,800 vessels, from tugs to tankers, research ships to drilling rigs. It is a system heavily used and relied upon every day by HR and crew managers across the global maritime industry. Learn more
Today, only little more than 1 per cent of the global seafaring workforce is female. Whilst this is an impressive 45 per cent