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SPONSORS OF REGIONAL FOCUS


THE CENTRE FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF TECHNICAL


COMPETENCY – HUMBER CATCH (the Centre for the Assessment of Technical Competency – Humber) was Established in 2006, they are an employer-led facility offering training delivery and assessment of competency for companies and their employees in association with excellent provider- partners their site in Stallingborough, Grimsby, N E Lincs.


ASSOCIATES AND FACILITIES In association with ECITB, HETA, Hull College, The Grimsby Institute and key specialist technical trainers they offer fully- serviced Conference, Training and Meeting Rooms and a full scale process plant with associated engineering workshop training facilities allowing significant capacity for trade and allied skills development and assessment.


LATEST PROJECT Their latest expansion project, launched September 2011, will improve their capacity to offer the additional skills required by those companies and workers needing proficiency in offshore maintenance for the ‘Renewables’ sector particularly the Wind Energy Industry. With this new development opening in summer 2012, they will introduce more apprenticeships and increase their popular short-course provision for joint integrity,


confined-space entry, scaffolding, general access, working at heights, rope-working/ access and other niche skill requirements focusing towards the NEW industries working offshore out of the UK.


Clive Rounce, General Manager said, “Our unique offer is the practical capacity and capability to offer an authentic work environment in an industrial setting, providing opportunities for safe, secure training and development without the distractions of day-to-day activity on working sites”.


CATCH represents a very effective route to meet a high percentage of industry’s competency needs today.


CATCH www.catch-uk.org


MCAUSLAND &TURNER MARINE SURVEYING AND CONSULTING


McAusland &Turner is the oldest Marine Surveying and Consulting firm in continuous operation in the Port of Hull. A history on which clients place their trust, whether surveyors are working locally or globally.


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS The Company is a member of the Team Humber Marine Alliance, Renewables Network and the Shipbuilders & Shiprepairers Association and its Surveyors and Consultants, who bring a unique blend of expertise and practical skills, are represented in the Honourable Company of Master Mariners, The Nautical Institute, The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology, The British Association of Cargo Surveyors and the International Institute of Marine Surveying.


ASSOCIATIONS AND ENDORSEMENTS McAuslands were endorsed as official P & I Club representatives as long ago as 1916 and that relationship continues to develop. In addition to representing P and I Cubs, they are instructed to act on behalf of Underwriters and Insurers, the Marine Industry at large, the Legal Profession and Government Bodies. Since 2002 they are also Lloyd’s Agents for the East Coast of England stretching from Berwick in the North to Felixstowe in the South.


LOCATION


With their office overlooking the site of the proposed Siemens facility on Alexandra Dock they could not be much closer to the expected expansion in renewable operations anticipated for the Humber region.


Managing Director Albert Weatherill commented “Anticipating the expected increase in renewable related instructions we recently updated our website to include a renewable section, highlighting our capabilities in this area. Through our connections with ship owners and underwriters we have been conducting inspections on towers, nacelles and blades as well as inspecting a conversion project on a vessel owned by Gardline.


As we approach our 125th birthday this is an exciting new area of growth that we expect to embrace totally.”


McAusland &Turner www.mcauslands.com


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www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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