Maersk Training is set to increase headcount across its UK sites by around 20%, as new offshore and fire safety instructors are needed due to rising industry demand.
Maersk Training has completed the final phase of a three quarters of a million pound refurbishment of its north-east training centre.
Maersk Training has appointed a new chief executive as it targets further growth in the global offshore energy and maritime markets.
Maersk Training has said it will deliver “industry leading” management training for Boskalis Subsea Services crews under a newly-awarded six-figure sum contract.
Two north-east firms were recognised for their commitment to training and safety at the newly launched Global Wind Organisation (GWO) awards ceremony.
Starting a new job during the pandemic was a daunting task, especially given the uncertainty not just in our industry but globally caused by the pandemic.
Though nearly a decade old, training provided by Maersk’s Offshore Simulation and Innovation Centre (MOSAIC) complex in Svendborg, Denmark is far from dated.
Maersk Training has cut the ribbon on the first half of its newly refurbished north-east safety and survival training centre.
It would take a brave person to make a firm prediction as to what the energy industry will look like in the coming years.
Maersk Training has recently announced a significant investment of $1million into its UK business, headquartered in Aberdeen.
Maersk Training in the UK (Maersk Training) has announced the launch of its upgraded Training Management Solution (TMS) with the aim to improve the training management for companies dealing with fewer headcount and remote working, amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Global training provider Maersk Training is delighted to announce the appointment of Scott Taylor as Head Of Commercial UK. Scott will oversee all Sales, Commercial and Marketing activities for the Business, headquartered in Prime Four, Kingswells, Aberdeen.
A former Aberdeen football legend will use what he learned under Sir Alex Ferguson to tackle leadership in offshore training.
Maersk Training and Norway's eDrilling have teamed up to enhance drilling operations and reduce costs for oil and gas firms.
Maersk Training has been using a unique system in a bid to go completely paperless. Staffs at the company’s centre in Aberdeen have been working closely with the creator of the iPad, Apple, to develop a unique learning experience. Operations manager Mike Prater-Cockayne said: “It’s quite an extensive project we are going through at the moment.