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Capt. Irakli Sharabidze, Director, Meridian Maritime Training Centre.
Meridian Maritime Training Centre, a major maritime training provider located in Georgia, has joined Mintra’s extensive Partner Network to bring maritime digital learning to its clients and their seafarers.
The training centre is committed to the ready availability and high quality of maritime training to ensure safety at sea and meet the requirements of its customer, regulatory and accrediting bodies.
The new partnership will make Mintra’s complete maritime course portfolio and type-specific ECDIS learning available for the 1,500 seafarers trained at the centre each year.
“We are delighted to be able to enhance the learner experience for Meridian Maritime Training Centre clients and seafarers by expanding our portfolio of Mintra products. It is vital for the growth and future success of our business to work with partners who have a proven track record of delivering high quality learning solutions. We are committed to providing the maritime community with the quality and scope of training which this valuable profession deserves,” Capt. Irakli Sharabidze, Director, Meridian Maritime Training Centre.
Mintra is dedicated to fostering strong global partner relationships across the extensive Partner Network, to deliver value for maritime customers. Mintra’s Channel Partners are critical advisers who guide the users throughout their learning journey.
"We are delighted that Meridian Maritime Training Centre has chosen to become a classroom provider of our ECDIS training as well as a reseller of Mintra learning solutions. It is a credit to the quality and depth of our products and services which are trusted by major maritime providers to deliver critical training to seafarers globally. Mintra is committed to the recruitment and enablement of partners to give them the agility required for delivering safety critical training to seafarers anytime, anywhere,” Emmanolia Kolias, Channel Director, Mintra.
Emmanolia Kolias, Channel Director, Mintra.
The virtual contract signing ceremony between Meridian Maritime Training Centre and Mintra took place on Wednesday, 18 January 2023.
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