Subsea Training Course less than a month away

The well-known international training programme for engineers entering the subsea industry is now less than a month away.

Published: 18 May 2010
The Subsea Production Systems Engineering Course – already established in Houston and Aberdeen - made its Norwegian debut in March 2009 to help counter the global shortage of skilled subsea personnel.
 
The programme, organised by Subsea Engineering News (SEN) and Clarion Technical Services in association with the Norwegian Centre of Expertise Subsea, will be held in Norway for the second time at the First Hotel Marin in Bergen , 15-18 June 2010.
 
The 3,5 day course covers the key features of subsea production systems and offers an expert overview of how the varied  elements of a system interface with one another. It also includes a field development exercise and facility visits.
 
The lead lecturer is Bill Loth, who has over 30 years’ experience with major operators, while there are also specialist lectures from representatives of GE Oil & Gas, MCS Kenny, Viper Subsea and Prospect.
 
Full details on the course, which has been run in Houston since 2004 and in Aberdeen since 2007, can be found at www.clarion.org.
 
Places on the Bergen course - at a cost of £2,000 per person, but with a 10% discount (£1,800) if your company is a member of NCE Subsea - will be limited and can be reserved by contacting Subsea Engineering News at sen@btinternet.com or +44 1242 574027 or by filling in the form that that can be found on the Clarion website.