Subsea Awareness Course to be Held in Houston

Wednesday, July 17, 2002
The Subsea Awareness Course held in Aberdeen, is now available in Houston. The five-day course has been designed to be suitable for engineers new to the offshore industry, those transferring from other disciplines within the industry and engineers who have worked in subsea previously but would benefit from a refresher course and exposure to the latest technology. The modules are presented by operators, key supply and service companies in the subsea sector and will be hosted on their premises. While most of the course will be presented in a classroom environment, the sessions will be interactive, with the opportunity to ask questions and discuss what has been learned. In particular, hands-on and visual components have been included wherever possible to enable delegates to view software models and products destined for subsea service. Last day for registration - 26 July 2002 Next course dates are - 4 - 8 November 2002 There will be four courses in 2003, dates to be announced. For more information and a registration form go to: http://www.suthouston.com/courses/subsea-awareness/
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