Training coordinators are often professionals at
They are people close to the international crews and teams that learn with us. Normally the coordinators provide Spot On Learning with information about who will be enrolled in the learning programs. Often they help inform the participants about the 'why' of the program, and see to it that they are invited by Spot On Learning and get started a.s.a.p.. The why is very important. The reason is often straight forward: the principle requires or it is required by law or (international) regulations. It is important that it is clear that the learning program leads to a specific learning goal that is often compulsary and beneficial to all involved.
Training coordinators want to be informed about progress participants make and their learning results. At Spot On Learning we provide them with 'client access' to our systems in order to monitor progress and see results of all participants in their team.
Most important tasks of the coordinator:
We have more detailed information available about the role of coordinators and how we can work together effectively and efficiently. If you want to know more, please contact Spot On Learning's support desk.
The principal is where it often all starts when it comes to learning. In our current practice the principal can for instance be a head of a crewing department, or another operational professional working for shipmanagement company, an offshore company or an international construction or high-tech company. The principal's rol can also be 'delegated' to a recruitment agency of another intermediary company. These are roles the principal often plays in our online learning programs:
We have descriptions available of the role of the principal. If you want to know more, please contact Spot On Learning's support desk.
Often we work with international teachers that provide coaching and extra help. We have a growing network of English teachers in maritime hotspots, for instance, like in Kaliningrad and Manila. They use online material on my.spotonlearning.eu to work efficiently and to be able to measure progress and results. Teaching material is chosen and developed in close cooperation with our network of teachers and clients. Material is developed to be very relevant for the industry and working environment of our participants (in the maritime industry and working on board certain ships, for example).
The most important role of a supporting local teacher is that he/she:
We have descriptions available of the role of different types of teachers and coaches we work with. If you want to know more, please contact Spot On Learning's support desk.
We have a lot of online material to explain how Spot On Learning builds supporting networks around the professionals that learn online with us, together with our clients and agencies they work with. That material explains in detail what all involved can do to add to the succes of international crew and team members that do the online learning.
Some examples of materials we use often: