MarinePAL becomes first maritime trainer to receive ClassNK’s Products & Solutions Certificate of Innovation Endorsement


MarinePALS is proud to announce that it is the very first maritime training provider to gain a coveted Products & Solutions Certificate of Innovation Endorsement from classification society, ClassNK.

The Innovation Endorsement is reserved for companies who offer innovations and initiatives in the field of concepts and services backed up by adequate and accountable standards for emerging tech.

MarinePALS is a leading eLearning company specialising in maritime education which has embraced the latest technology. The company’s Digital Learning Management System enables it to offer training which emphasises hands-on learning presented in short modules – all created to provide manageable, bite-sized tutorials which fit comfortably into life at sea. Users can access a dynamic library of interactive training videos, gamified learning experiences, insightful surveys, and even immerse themselves in virtual reality scenarios. This blend of multimedia and experiential learning is complemented by ready access to crucial company manuals, briefings, and circulars, ensuring that learners stay well-versed in industry best practices. The offering includes a Competency Management system, and a recruitment assessment databank of thousands of constantly updated questions.

Captain Pradeep Chawla, CEO of MarinePALS (pictured), is delighted that the company’s innovation has been recognised by ClassNK. “We are extremely proud to be the first company in the maritime and training segment to achieve this certification from ClassNK. We set out to create a library of training content which is fun and engaging, giving users a more relaxed approach to education but which still delivers high quality learning that translates into the reduced accidents and losses and prevention of PSC, SIRE and Rightship deficiencies. By focusing on micro-learning, gaming and virtual reality, we are providing content which is more engaging and appreciated by seafarers.”