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Norwegian e-learning and VR-solutions highly relevant in South Korean market

Press release   •   Jun 11, 2019 20:55 GMT

VR demonstration: Kåre Vegar Sund from Trainor demonstrates VR in Trainor VR studio.

After attending Nor-Shipping Exhibition in Oslo, the delegation of 18  representatives from Koshipa, Dino Lab and various universities in South Korea, visited the Trainor headquarter in Tønsberg, to take their digital solutions into closer inspection.

Koshipa is an interest organization that coordinates and offers training and systems for the major shipyards in Korea; Huyndai, Samsung and DSME (Daewo). Dino lab is their partner, and together they brought 13 students from various Korean universities to attend Norshipping and learn about e-learning and digital solutions from Trainor.

- Koshipa is one of our biggest clients in Korea, explains Managing Director Einar Thorén in Trainor. - From our office in Busan we provide training and certification of personnel according to IECEx CoPC. The fact that the delegation wanted to visit Trainor's headquarters to look at e-learning solutions and the newest VR training, the Tønsberg company sees as a declaration of trust and opportunity: - Trainor is about to offer modern e-learning in the Korean market. To be known and trusted by companies like Koshipa is a strength for this venture. The Korean companies are eager to use new technology in safety training, and we look forward to deliver the best training possible, says Thorén.

Trainor is an international specialist company offering training, consultancy services and hire of qualified personnel within the areas of electrical safety, automation and processes within the oil and gas sector.

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