As an operator of more than 20 submersible systems, Global Marine Systems Limited has the training facilities and equipment to support its offshore personnel. Global Marine Subsea Training offers IMCA aligned ROV training courses for new entrants into the industry as well as a certificate of competency scheme, and further training and development courses that takes new entrant ROV Pilot Technicians through to ROV Supervisors.
Global Marine Systems set about establishing a Subsea Training division to instruct new and existing personnel in both the Oil & Gas and Cable Burial Industries. The ocean-going subsea equipment in their Portland Depot gives trainees the chance to interact and become familiar with major equipment suppliers. In addition, Global Marine has invested in a dedicated Sea Eye Falcon, Trojan Work Class ROV and Open Frame Sprint to give students that 'hands on' experience. Also available is a simulator for computer based training and scenario modeling.
All courses are designed to complete the standard set of competencies; additionally each element of the training can be modified or customized to meet specific customer requirements.>> Learn More
The United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) report "Submarine cables and the oceans: connecting the world" provides a in-depth overview and education on the history, process, surveying, international law, environmental impacts and future of the subsea cable industry. The report also include an industry glossary, including a listing of common acronymns and abbreviations.
23 November 2011
Global Marine Group announces the creation of Global Marine Systems Energy Ltd: New Structure Will Allow Group to Address both Telecommunications and Energy Markets.
The training school is now running High Voltage and welding courses. Please contact Nick Millwater +44(0)1305 828104 for further details.
5-7th April 2011
Ocean Business at National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK. - The Hands-on ocean technology exhibition and training forum. The event is now firmly established as one of the most important international events in the ocean technology calendar.
14th – 16th June 2011
Seaworks 2011 International at Canary Island Fruit Terminal, Southampton, UK - A commercial marine exhibition and forum that provides valuable insights into the vital issues affecting every sector of the commercial marine industry.
A WIRED guest post by Gabriel Ruhan, CEO of Global Marine Group, on ROVs and the technology needed to do modern-day cable installation and repair.
The Women's Engineering Society's quartely magazine The Woman Engineer interviews Nakai Madishi, one of the graduates of Global Marine System's ROV Training Facility.
WIRED Magazine's "Remote control underwater robot" features a full-page photo of the Predator ROV from Cetrax Systems and Global Marine Systems.
As tethers get smarter, ROVs improve, yet some want to cut the cord completely... Article features Global Marine Systems and the Predator ROV.
A three week course designed for new entrants to the industry which gives delegates the knowledge and new skills required to work towards achieving Pilot/Technician I status.ROV Pilot Technician