An Abrasive Wheels course aims to provide all relevant personnel with the knowledge required to understand the hazards and controls associated with the use of abrasive wheels.
An Ammonia Safety course provides participants with basic knowledge and skills on the safe handling of ammonia.
A Banksman and Slinger course is for personnel who work on sites where lifting operations is part of the job. The Banksman and Slinger must make sure that crane and slinging operations are performed safely.
A Basic H2S course gives the participants knowledge about H2S, equipment and procedures.
A BOSIET course provides the necessary skills to handle a variety of emergency scenarios working offshore.
A Basic Safety Training for Fisherman Refresher course is designed to update the fisherman's basic skills and knowledge.
A Basic Safety Training course is for newcomers in industries such as oil, gas or the wind industry, basic safety training is mandatory before starting a new position.
Global Wind Organisation Basic Technical Training has been designed for all new technicians working in the wind industry and consists of three modules; mechanical, electrical and hydraulics. The aim is to give the participants the knowledge and skills to carry out basic tasks (supervised by an experienced technician).
A CA-EBS course gives the required knowledge and understanding of the particular hazards and properties of a CA-EBS and appropriate practical emergency response actions to take should the requirement for emergency deployment arise.
A Confined Space Training course is designed to provide awareness of confined space entry hazards and procedures for operating company and contractor personnel involved in controlling entry to confined spaces and rescue procedures, combined with practical training in entry and escape.
A Control of Substances Hazardous to Health course provides learners with an awareness of the CoSHH regulations, and how they control work with hazardous substances.
A Crane Operator and Training course provides industry best practice for working with cranes.
A Control Room Operator course is designed to educate delegates as to their roles and responsibilities as a CRO.
A Damage Control course teaches you how to operate fire fighting and fire protection equipment and how to deal with various fire situations onboard installations.
An Environmental & Chemical course will teach knowledge on the basic principles of chemical spill handling, use of chemical spill equipment and hazard communication.
An Emergency Response & Rescue Vessels course gives the deligate the knowledge and skills needed to safely crew an FRB.
An Emergency and Response Team course is designed for delegates to learn and demonstrate a level of competence on how to operate fire fighting and fire protection equipment and how to deal with various fire situations onboard installations. Emphasis will be on fighting and controlling fire/emergency.
Browse fire and medical training courses at our fire and medical training centres in the Netherlands.
Our Fire Protection courses are delivered in a variety of training simulators where realistic fire scenarios are created to simulate emergency situations. Our advanced and basic training programs use the latest techniques and technologies in a safe, controlled environment to ensure that all trainees receive maximum benefit from the course experience.
A Fire Warden Workplace Competence Assessment course provides awareness and understanding regarding fire safety in accordance with elements such as a greater awareness of fire and smoke and an understanding of their action in the event of a fire actions.
A First Aid Course is teaches how to administer safe and effective first aid.
A Breathing Apparatus Fit Testing course is designed to make delegates aware of the need for Breathing Apparatus and instruct on basic donning and doffing procedures. Furthermore, the fit test is essential for personnel who are working in the upstream oil and gas industry initially assigned to a job that requires the use of tight fitting respirators.
The course is a continuation of the topics covered in the basic safety training also known as BOSIET.
A Global Maritime Distress Signal System course provides a certification of GMDSS equipment in accordance with the Norwegian Telecommunications Authority's regulations.
A Global Maritime Distress Signal System Refresher course aims to provide recertification of users of GMDSS radio equipment in the international radio regulations (ITU) and IMO/STCW 78 with Manila 2010.
Our Health & Safety courses are designed to deliver the core skills and knowledge required to keep people safe and well at all times. All training is delivered through a combination of regular open courses and specific courses designed to meet the requirements of individual customers.
A Helideck Assistant course teaches how to work alongside the Helicopter Landing Officer to make sure helicopters safely land and can take off from offshore facilities.
A Helideck Emergency Response Team Leader course teaches HLOs how to manage emergencies, from understanding the importance of pre-planning for and the main elements of the response requirement for a range of helideck and helicopter emergencies to leading the Helideck Emergency Response Team during a range of typical helideck simulated emergency scenarios and everything in between.
A Helideck Emergency Response Team Member course is designed for delegates to fully understand the role and responsibilities of a HDA Helideck Emergency Response Team Member and practice responding to a variety of helideck firefighting and non-firefighting emergency scenarios in a training environment.
A Helicopter Landing Officer courses teaches the roles and duties of the helicopter landing officer.
A Helideck Operations course is designed to equip the delegates with the initial knowledge, understanding and skills required to perform the roles of Offshore Helicopter Landing Officer (HLO) and Offshore Helideck Assistant (HDA) safely and effectively.
HUET stands for Helicopter Underwater Escape Training. The HUET abbreviation is the offshore industry standard for the type of training needed for personnel going to and from offshore facilities.
An STCW Basic Safety Training course provides training for personnel serving on LNG Fuelled vessels with a dedicated safety duty in accordance the STCW-code part A-V/3-1 training of personnel aboard ships subject to the IGF Code.
The person who steers a boat is called a coxswain. On offshore facilities, there must be personnel appointed coxswain of the lifeboats. In order to get that responsibility, you need an offshore lifeboat coxswain certificate.
A LOLER Competent Person course aims to ensure that the LCP has the required level of underpinning knowledge and operational experience to prepare suitable and sufficient lifting plans and risk assessments for lifting operations.
A Major Emergency Management Initial Response course provides personnel with formal training in command, control, communications and stress-related factors in the management of major emergencies.
A MIST training course aims to promote a common understanding of safety, delegates will gain an awareness of the variety of tasks and the safety risks to be found on Offshore Installations.
The Regulatory Standard NR-37 (Safety and Health in Oil Rigs) was developed to reduce the number of accidents and occupational diseases, as well as contribute to preserve the marine environment and the integrity of the different platforms involved in this entire production process.
An Offshore Emergency Response Team Leader course consists of theoretical input and practical exercises developed to measure competence relating to the key learning outcomes of the OPITO standard for Offshore Emergency Response Team Leader initial training.
An Offshore Emergency Response Team Member course consists of theoretical input and practical exercises developed to measure competence relating to the key learning outcomes of the OPITO standard for Offshore Emergency Response Team Member initial training.
An OIM Controlling Emergencies Competence Assessment course aims to formally assess the candidate in the role of an OIM during an emergency situation in a simulated environment.
A Risk Assessment and Permit to Work course is designed to introduce, develop and increase learners’ knowledge and awareness of the importance of Risk Assessment and how it can reduce the likelihood of accidents in the workplace. The course furthermore aims to provide personnel with an overview of the requirements and operation of a typical permit to work system.
A Rigging and Slinging course is designed to provide candidates with the required knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation and provide them with the skills and techniques use during lifting operations and the correct and safe use of equipment.
A Safe Driving at Work training and Competence Assessment course aims to deem candidates competent according to the OPITO standard and to begin the second stage of their training in the workplace under supervision.
A Scaffolding course is designed to give an overview of requirements for safe scaffolding operations.
Sparrows Group and RelyOn Nutec formed a strategic partnership combining Sparrows world renowned knowledge of Crane & Lifting Operations with RelyOn Nutec's training management expertise.
A STCW Basic Safety Training course provides all required elements of STCW Basic Safety Training delivered in both theoretical and practical modules, each training element will be assessed by qualified assessors to meet the competence requirements of the STCW code.
An Advanced Safety Training course where the main goal is to teach management in various emergency situations.
A STCW Advanced Fire Fighting course is designed to deliver competence based training of advanced fire fighting techniques. Delegates will refresh their basic fire skills and gain knowledge of command and control of fire teams, the organisation and training of onboard fire parties and investigation and reporting of fire incidents onboard vessels.
A STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Refresher course aims to deliver competence based training of advanced firefighting techniques. Delegates will be assessed by qualified assessors against the competences contained within the STCW Code.
A STCW Combined Basic & Advanced Training Refresher course provides training for all seafarers in accordance with Section A-VI/1-1, A-VI/1-2, A-VI/1-3 and AVI/1-4 and for all seafarers who are assigned as being fire team commander to take charge in case of fire related calamities on board ships in accordance of Section A-VI/3 of the STCW Code 1978, as amended.
The combi refresher course Basic Training (BT) and Advanced Firefighting (AFF) has been developed in close cooperation with the Dutch shipping industry. Focusing on competences the training programme makes it possible to complete the refreshment course in 3 days.
A STCW Fire Prevention & Firefighting course gives the participants the sufficient skills and knowledge to participate as a member of the fire fighting team on the vessel. The participants shall be able to show ability according to STCW-95, table AVl /1-2.
A STCW Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting Refresher course updates participants skills and knowledge to participate as a member of the fire fighting team on the vessel, according to STCW-95, table AVl /1-2.
A STCW Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats course is aimed at personnel who will be operating fast rescue boats onboard vessels and consists of theoretical and practical training to meet the learning objectives and stated outcomes for proficiency in section A-V1/2 of the STCW code. Delegates will undergo continual and final assessment by qualified assessors.
A STCW Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats Refresher course complies to the guidelines of the STCW Code 1978, as amended. With this training RelyOnNutec provides seafarers with the skills and knowledge to perform their role as a coxswain of a Fast Rescue Boat in case of emergency situations at sea.
A STCW Proficiency in Medical Care course will enable trainees to be competent to participate effectively in co-ordinated schemes for medical assistance on ships at sea and to provide the sick or injured with a satisfactory standard of medical care while they remain on board.
A STCW Proficiency in Medical Care Refresher course will enable trainees to be competent to participate effectively in co-ordinated schemes for medical assistance on ships at sea and to provide the sick or injured with a satisfactory standard of medical care while they remain on board.
A STCW Proficieny in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats (exc FRB) course teaches the required competence in survival craft and rescue boats (other than fast rescue boats).
A STCW Proficieny in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats (exc FRB) Refresher course teaches the level of competence required on how to operate life-saving appliances and take charge of a survival craft or rescue boat during and after launch.
A STCW Personal Survival Techniques course aims to give delegates intending to go to sea the essential basic knowledge and experience of personal survival principles and techniques that can be applied to maximise their chance of survival in the event of a marine casualty.
A STCW Personal Survival Techniques Refresher course aims to refresh the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to perform the role as seafarer effectively. Delegates will receive appropriate STCW '78 as amended approved basic training in: personal survival techniques, fire prevention and firefighting, elementary first-aid, personal safety and social responsibilities.
A STCW Seafarers with Designated Security Duties course assures delegates with designated security duties obtain a basic understanding of "security-awareness on-board" an ISPS-vessel. In compliance with STCW A-VI/6-2.
A Travel Safely by Boat course provides delegates with a basic level of understanding and awareness of safety and emergency procedures associated with traveling by boat and safely transferring to or from an offshore installation.
A Well Control course is offered at various role-specific levels for drill crew, drilling supervisors, well engineers, OIMs, and others with a requirement to hold an IWCF or IADC Well Control certificate.
A Working at Heights course provides learners with an awareness of the hazards involved in working at height and gives an overview of industry best practice in relation to working at height.
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