OPS Training are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Stuart Wilson-Maher to the position of Training Coordinator. Stuart joins the OPS team with a wealth of experience, 12 years of which include the creation, development and maintenance of training programmes for previous employers, as well as managing and facilitating all NVQ training. He is ideally placed to support the training centre as it continues to grow, managing the day-to-day running of the extensive course schedules and assisting the OPS trainers.
Stuart is currently studying BA (HONS) Human Resource management and Psychology with Arden University.
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The Wait is now over; after several anxious months, the results of the Mersey Maritime Industry Awards 2018 have finally been announced.
The winners were chosen from the shortlisted finalists at a prestigious dinner held in Liverpool’s Anfield football stadium. The event was attended by over 100 guests from the business world of Mersey Maritime.
OPS are proud to be named the winner of the SME Business of the Year award 2018, the culmination of a successful year for the company in terms of completed offshore projects and a record number of training courses delivered to the […]
Making a Splash!
Several months of planning, organising and construction have finally come to fruition as the team at OPS proudly launch their floating pontoon and climbing platform.
The platform is now firmly located in the centre of Crosby Lakeside Marina where it will play a vital role in the training and preparation for working out at sea, and which forms a part of the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) Basic Safety Certificate.
OPS Training are also proud to work in partnership with Crosby Lakeside Marina in this important part of its development; OPS Training are now able to […]
The Institute of Corrosion document which defines the requirements for the operation of the ICATS scheme is called the Req Doc and the latest version (the 15th Edition since the scheme was introduced in 2005) has just been approved.
The new changes are out today from iCATS, these can be viewed in full by visiting the iCATS website http://www.icats-training.org clicking on iCATS latest news.
Below are the changes in brief.
• Mentoring – the maximum number of Trainee Applicators one qualified ICATS Applicator can mentor is 5
• Trainee Cards will only be valid for one […]