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Acrew will host eight free webinars through May 4 to help crew survive the COVID-19 lockdown and learn new skills. Some topics include using remote collaboration tools, cybersecurity and the future of the crew job market.

Each webinar must be registered for independently. Click here to learn more and register.

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