Maersk Training Bolsters its Senior Management

Posted by Michelle Howard
Thursday, December 05, 2013
David Bowyer

Maersk Training has announcement  the appointment of David Bowyer as new Head of Training and Education. David joins the senior management team to oversee all aspects of training, following recent growth in the number of delegates attending their courses.


David Bowyer has a wealth of experience in the education industry and was previously the Assistant Director of Curriculum at Derwentside College. Commenting on his new position David said: “There is a lot at stake in the commercial, maritime and energy producing world, from human lives to valuable maritime cargos alongside astronomical assets in oil production. The smallest mistakes can have heavy consequences. Cutting-edge training plays a key role in preventing those, and that’s why I am excited to be joining Maersk Training, especially at such an exciting time during their current expansion plan.  There are many new training courses that I am keen to develop, so that we can add them to our course portfolio to offer a wider range of training.  We have recently recruited additional Instructors, which gives us greater capacity for our Oil & Gas, Wind and Maritime courses.”



Maersk Training, which offers state-of the-art training facilities specializes in training for the Oil & Gas, Maritime and Offshore Wind Sectors. An independent A.P. Moller–Maersk company, Maersk Training has UK training centers in Aberdeen and Newcastle, alongside global training centers in Denmark, Norway, India, Dubai, Singapore and Brazil.  Originally established to train people within the A.P.Moller Maersk Group, Maersk Training is an independent training business now open to all companies and individuals.  

 

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