Jee Ltd, a leading independent multi-discipline subsea engineering and training firm, has released its 2015 course schedule, which includes an additional advanced practitioner course and a new training program in Norway.
The new practitioner course on offer – Advanced design and stress analysis of subsea equipment – provides an intensive overview for design engineers working to the rules of API specifications 6A, 16A and 17D, and will help delegates gain an understanding of stress analysis principles and the specialist techniques involved.
Jee’s course schedule includes a variety of online, public and in-company training programs, with the addition of a suite of new public courses in Norway in 2015.
Jee’s Head of Courses, Jenny Matthew said: “We’re continually developing our extensive training program and in 2015, in response to industry demand, we are excited to launch a new public courses program in Norway.
“Norway is a thriving subsea engineering hub that is calling out for training solutions for new and existing employees. Jee’s investment in the region is part of our commitment to being a global center of learning excellence providing comprehensive subsea engineering courses in locations around the world.”
Jee has over 26 years’ experience in delivering whole life-of-field engineering services to the oil, gas and renewables industries. Jee’s courses are built on the back of this expertise with all courses written by practicing engineers, ensuring content remains current and informative, with real-world case studies.
Matthew said: “Our courses are developed in-house, utilizing our engineering talent and experience, and taught by our tutors, each of whom are practicing or newly retired engineers who possess extensive knowledge and expertise in a wide range of fields.
”Each program leaves delegates better equipped to tackle the oil, gas and renewables challenges, empowering them to enhance their skills, further develop their career and make a valuable contribution to the skills base of their team.”
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