GWO Sea Survival
Course Code SS
Course Cost: Price on application
Forthcoming Course Dates
Training Course Information
Achieve your GWO Accredited Sea Survival accreditation
Date of Next Course: Thursday 1st March
(See other forthcoming dates below)
Venue: HFR Solutions Partner, Hull
Duration: Two Days
Awarding Body: GWO ( Global Wind Organisation)
Achieve Your GWO Sea Survival Accreditation
This GWO Sea Survival training course has been designed to meet the basic competence and training requirements for all personnel within the renewables sector and on wind turbines. Our Sea Survival course will be delivered in accordance with GWO trade association marine and sea survival training standards and will use a blended mix of theory and practical scenarios to provide best practice sea survival and marine survival training focused at the renewables sector.
Looking to work within the renewables sector or revalidate your existing GWO Sea Survival qualifications
HFR Solutions CIC has attained the GWO renewables and global wind organisation training accreditations, therefore we are able to deliver the GWO Sea Survival training module as well as the five key GWO training facets for employees, contractors and technicians to achieve the recognised industry standards and qualifications for working within the offshore wind and renewables sectors or simple just revalidate an existing GWO Sea Survival training qualification.
GWO training qualifications compass the following five key modules;
- GWO Fire Safety
- GWO First Aid
- GWO Manual Handling
- GWO Sea Survival
- GWO Working at Height
HFR Solutions CIC - Meeting Your GWO Sea Survival Training Requirements
By delivering from our partner's purpose-built training facilities and flexible working approach, we can deliver training for the GWO marine survival module or deliver all five facets over an intensive seven day training programme.
Delegates need to clearly demonstrate the following skills and the GWO Sea Survival module covers the following key elements;
- Knowledge of the dangers and symptoms related to drowning and hypothermia
- Demonstrate safe transfer from vessel to dock, vessel to foundation and vessel to vessel
- Demonstrate knowledge of the emergency and safety procedures on installations, vessels and wind turbine
- Demonstrate recovery and first aid treatment of a "man over board"
- Demonstrate individual and collective survival techniques at sea
The learning outcomes for delegates attending our GWO Sea Survival training course will include:
- Gain the industry approved GWO marine survival accreditation
- Improving the safely of your employees who undertake work at offshore locations
- Improved knowledge and increased competence – greater insight and ability to implement best practice
- Greater understanding of rescue techniques
Customer Testimonials - Don't Just Take Our Word For It ......
"I booked and attended three courses with HFR Solutions in order to revalidate my GWO certificates and have recommended them as a training provider for people looking at training for the offshore wind industry. I found the instructors to be very knowledgable in every sense of the word, their subject knowledge was excellent. This knowledge and experience shone through in the confidence when they delivered the training, whilst still remaining approachable to questions and alternative approaches to meet the target objective".
Steff Callis, Director, Dacks Services
Upon successfully completion of HFR Solutions CIC GWO Sea Survival Training Course, delegates will receive a certificate to confirm they have successfully completed the GWO Sea Survival training course.
If you are looking for a highly reputable training provider based in the Humber region, who delivers GWO Sea Survival Training Courses, please contact HFR Solutions CIC on 01482 398521
If some or all of your employees work within the renewables sector, whether you are a business owner or responsible for the health and safety side of your organisation, it is essential that you have a complete understanding of relevant marine survival best practice and how it may affect your organisation;
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