Offshore Courses A-Z
This on-shore course provides basic safety induction and emergency training to those new to the offshore oil and gas industries (who also wish to work in Norway and Denmark).
Aim of course
To give basic safety induction and emergency training to new entrants to the offshore oil and gas industry.
Important Course Information :
Aim of course:
To update and give further practice in emergency training that cannot be reasonably practised offshore.
Train to become a work-based emergency first aider with the QA Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF). Upon successful completion of this qualification, candidates will be equipped with the essential skills needed to give safe, prompt and effective first aid in emergency situations.
Update your first aid skills with the First Aid at Work Annual Refresher (QAR) qualification. Specifically designed for qualified first aiders, this half-day course enables you to update your first aid skills on an annual basis, until requalification training is required.
Aim of course:
This on-shore course allows you to update and add to your offshore emergency training, an international requirement for employment within the oil and gas industries.
Validity of certificate:
Gain the knowledge and skills relating to working at height on a wind turbine and selfrescue. Combining theoretical and practical training, this course will qualify you to work safely at height in the wind turbine industry/wind turbine generator (WTG) environment.
Refresh your knowledge and skills relating to working at height on a wind turbine and selfrescue. Combining theoretical and practical training, the GWO Refresher course will qualify you to continue to work safely at height in the wind turbine industry/wind turbine generator (WTG) environment.
Develop a fundamental understanding of offshore oil and gas safety with our Minimum Industry Safety Training course. This introductory course provides new recruits with an appreciation of the potential hazards and controls that might be encountered offshore.
Gain specialist knowledge in managing survival craft with the STCW Certificate in Proficiency Survival Craft and Rescue Boats.
Learn on-board fire prevention and firefighting techniques with this STCW course. Following a basic induction, you will learn about the ways in which fires are caused and the precautions to take to minimise the risk of fires occurring on board ships.
Update your knowledge of Fire Prevention and Firefighting with this one-day STCW MCA approved revalidation course. Under the new STCW 2010 requirements for training and certification, updated proficiency training in Fire Prevention and Firefighting needs to be undertaken every five years.
Learn to apply immediate first aid on board a ship with the 4-day Medical First Aid course. Intended for seafarers who are designated to provide on-board medical first aid, the course provides knowledge of the general construction and function of various parts of the human body.
If you’re intending to go to sea, the STCW Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities will provide you with a basic induction in safety procedures and accident prevention; it will also familiarise you with the employment conditions and working environment on board merchant vessels.
Develop personal survival techniques for working at sea with this one-day MCA approved course. Gain essential basic knowledge of survival equipment, survival principles and techniques that can be applied to maximise your chances of survival in the event of a marine incident.
Update your knowledge of Personal Survival Techniques with this half-day STCW MCA approved revalidation course. Under the new STCW 2010 requirements for training and certification, updated proficiency training in Personal Survival Techniques needs to be undertaken every five years.
This course providers seafarers with essential education and training in fire fighting onboard tankers (oil, chemical, or liquefied gas) to meet the knowledge, understanding and proficiency requirements set out in STCW Tables A-V/1-1-1 and A/V/1-2-1 for oil and chemical tankers and liquefied gas