Hamworthy Launches Hamworthy Academy Training Service

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

August 11, 2011

Marine and offshore fluid handling specialist Hamworthy has launched a new learning initiative aimed at offering tailor-made training packages for its end users. The service, Hamworthy Academy, includes a range of courses which are designed to provide training for the company’s equipment and comprise e-based learning packages backed up by a significant investment in hands-on facilities.

Hands-on training is currently available from Hamworthy’s Norway-based facilities in Moss, which includes performance testing of its largest inert gas systems. The company has also developed crew training simulators for its LPG cargo handling system, LNG reliquefaction system and VOC recovery system.  Simulator-based training can be arranged in training centres around the world.

Via the Academy's new website, existing customers will be able to administrate their own learning and development by downloading learning material, supported by tests and verified through certification. Courses can be delivered in the classroom or via e-learning.

The learning portal can be accessed via Hamworthy’s website or directly at http://training.hamworthy.com .

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