MTR 100: Maritime Training & Competence Solutions
Posted by Irina Tabakina
Oldfield Court, Windermere,
Cumbria, UK LA23 2HJ
T: +44 15394 40200
E: [email protected]
MD: Richard Warburton
GM: Ian Durrell
Number of Employees: 12
The Case: MTCS is a fully accredited training and assessment centre for the Offshore industry. Its role is vital to the professional development of personnel involved in safety critical activities in the Offshore Sector. Its clients rely on MTCS to benchmark personnel competence against Industry Standards
MTCS is a fully accredited training and assessment centre for the oil and gas industry with offices in Singapore and the U.S. as well as the HQ in the U.K. We work with an international client base that consists of the world’s leading subsea Engineering Contractors. Companies are now requested to demonstrate that they have a competent workforce to meet the rigorous challenges of the offshore oil and gas industry. In addition to competence management MTCS also offer a range of specialist training courses in ROV operations (Remotely Operated Vehicle). Courses are delivered across the globe, including on board vessels and installations if required. MTCS has recently launched an Virtual Learning Environment (MTCS Online).
MTCS offers training in all aspects of subsea equipment, including: Electrical & Power Distribution; Control and Fiber optics; Hydraulic Systems; and Fault Finding Techniques. Course are suitable for all subsea equipment that relies on the above mentioned technologies.
A wide range of subsea equipment relies on High Voltage Electricity to operate. MTCS are world leaders in the delivery of this training for personnel who are required to isolate and make the equipment safe prior to maintenance
MTCS Online makes use of the latest VLE technology to deploy these courses to a remote environment such as vessels and rigs. MTCS Online also provides a robust assessment platform that assesses the knowledge and understanding of core subjects.
All our courses can be tailored to client equipment and procedures.
(As published in the July/Aug 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)