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Mintra’s Project Manager and Instructional Designer, Marvin Bielek, will present at the upcoming SAFETY4SEA Limassol Forum 2023 and discuss how technological advancements present a fascinating era ahead for the maritime industry, yet a real challenge for the seafarers on board.
“I am delighted to represent Mintra and take the opportunity to share insights into our ongoing efforts to improve crew training with our industry peers. Looking forward to discussing the most urgent topics within the maritime sector and learning from a pool of stellar speakers,” Marvin Bielek, Project Manager and Instructional Designer
The event, taking place on the 1st of March 2023 in Limassol, Cyprus, is sponsored by Mintra. The non-profit SAFETY4SEA Limassol Forum is expected to attract 200 professionals from Safety, Technical and Marine departments of shipping operators as well as other key industry stakeholders.
Marvin, Mintra’s inhouse ECDIS expert, will be part of the panel discussing the future of seafarer training and how the industry can best bulletproof a smooth technological transition for maritime crews worldwide.
“Seafarers do not have any other choice than to keep up with the technological evolution – it’s, quite literally, a swim or sink situation. It is the responsibility of everyone in the maritime industry to support the upskilling and futureproofing of global crews,” Marvin Bielek, Project Manager and Instructional Designer, Mintra.
“We can only achieve this by ensuring maritime training delivers to the point. The industry needs to utilise the most effective learning methodologies and technologies to ensure the largest impact on the development of the current, as well as the next generation of seafarers”.
The 4th SAFETY4SEA Limassol Forum is scheduled as a full-day event starting at 09:00 and ending 15:30 on Wednesday 1st of March 2023 at the Columbia Venue Centre of Columbia Plaza, Limassol. Register here
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