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World first as subsea training centre launches work class ROV training course


Published Jul 11, 2014
The Underwater Centre Work Class ROV Training Cable Splicing Student

The world’s first training course in work class ROV operations delivered by an independent training provider has been launched by The Underwater Centre in Fort William.

The first intake of students has started on the new five-week course - An Introduction to Work Class ROV Operations - which will change the way industry recruits and trains its staff.

The residential course is taking place at the Centre, which is based on the shores of Loch Linnhe, a tidal sea lake, on Scotland’s west coast. Further courses have been scheduled for the rest of the year to cope with the huge demand for ROV operators forecast by the industry.

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