Stream Marine Training provides approved training packages for those interested in a career within the renewables industry. We offer a Basic Safety Training week for those beginning their careers in this sector. If you are already working in the offshore/onshore industry, we can offer training to advance in your career. Our Basic Safety Training course is made up of:
Day 1 Monday – Sea Survival (For offshore personnel)
Day 2 & 3 Tuesday & Wednesday – Working at Height & Manual Handling (this is a combined course)
Day 4 Thursday – First Aid
Day 5 Friday 8am - 12pm – Fire Awareness
To book these courses individually, please call our bookings office on 0141 212 8777 to arrange a suitable date.
The Global Wind Organisation requires certificates to be updated every 2 years, so refresher training courses are also offered below, in line with the certification body regulations. To book refresher training at SMT, please also call our bookings office on 0141 212 8777 to arrange a suitable date.
To find out more about the GWO training courses at SMT, please see all our GWO approved courses below
A- Yes! Until December, all GWO courses are 50% off. Prices shown are what you pay.
Q - What does GWO stand for?
A - GWO stands for the Global Wind Organisation
Q - What is GWO training?
A – The Global Wind Organisation is a non-profit governing body which was created by owners and manufacturers of wind turbines. GWO training standards are recommended by members of the Global Wind Organisation. To follow these standards and criteria, the certified training providers are seen as capable and skilled.
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