Maritime Learning Portal


Darren Procter MLP17 02 2020

An introduction to the RMT Maritime Learning Portal from the National Shipping Secretary, Darren Procter.

National Secretary Darren Procter talking about the Maritime Learning Portal 

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Is an online learning site where you can refresh your learning from…
Maths basics to Level 2
English basics to Level 2
There is also a wide selection of other learning programmes, including health & safety awareness, GDPR,
young peoples rights at work, Pre retirement, basic smartphone and Tablet use and much more. Click HERE to register

E-Notes are bite size chunks of learning taking 45 minutes to an hour to complete.
You have to register with TUC Education to access them.
E-notes are fast growing popular way of learning bite size learning on a wide variety of subjects from English and Maths. To Health and Safety Awareness, Understanding Menopause in the workplace and online safety. Give it a go, you may learn something new!

The Skills Network
Is one of the most successful providers of online learning in the UK. 
Distance learning supports educators, employers and learners across the UK, and internationally, by developing and delivering effective and innovative skills training and published educational content.
The Marine Society College
Short basic courses in functional skills, through to GCSE’S, A Levels, Degrees, and vocational qualifications.
RMT Members can apply for bursary’s to support the cost of qualifications, see link at the top of the page.
Learn my way
Online learning for basic computer skills, from complete novice to level 1
Using your computer or device
Online basics Online safety
Office programs Finding a job online
More internet skills Improving your health online
Managing your money online Public services online

Futurelearn offer introductory learning a massive range of subjects. Covering short (3-6 week) online courses built by senior academics and educators from across the world. Giving a broad taste of a degree level study, for those thinking of building on their current knowledge.
There are a wide range of topics / subjects from creative writing and supporting learning to history, psychology, anthropology and the arts.
They are all free to take part in, are peer reviewed as well as supported by the course moderator, though if you do wish to, you can pay for additional resources and a certificate on completion.