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CLIENT REPRESENTATION INDUSTRY RECOMMENDED


Technology may enable the laying of cables thousands of feet under the sea with exact precision, or maintain the complex functionality of wind turbines, but, it is the offshore team themselves who will ensure ultimately that targets are achieved, deadlines are met and duties fulfilled.


TAKING THE ORGANISATION OFFSHORE


As an organisation, conducting an offshore renewable project, monitoring and controlling processes, budgets and timescales is one of the biggest obstacles to face when located miles away, on a large vessel, in the middle of the sea. The solution? Offshore Client


representatives. Client Representatives do just that, they represent a company in hard to reach situations. Listening, supervising, managing, Client Representatives oversee the contractual and operational elements of each project. They uphold organisational objectives and demonstrate brand values, when a company would not be otherwise visible. Effective communicators, they are the vital eyes and ears when it comes to managing stakeholder relationships in challenging environments.


ACHIEVING THE BEST OUTCOMES


To achieve the best possible outcomes, management of the project must be of exceptional quality and to ensure exceptional quality, employing fully trained and qualified individuals with the relevant operational offshore experience is essential. Offshore Marine Academy (OMA) have been delivering the Offshore Client Representative course, formally recommended by, what was then, Renewables Training Network (RTN) since 2015. Candidates who wish to attend the course must first demonstrate that they meet the required prerequisite of a minimum of five years offshore operational experience.


On completing the course, they leave with competencies in the efficient running and successful delivery of offshore renewable projects. With skills in effective stakeholder management, project communications, managing challenging behaviour and building relationships, understanding project- related contract law, completing project documentation and in-depth knowledge of health and safety practices, a company will be choosing from the best candidates in the industry.


ONE COURSE FITS ALL


Client Representatives play a vital role in ensuring that day to day operations run smoothly, however, from time to time it’s necessary to outline the Client Representative’s duties and responsibilities to the team around them, ensuring that expectations of the role are kept in line. OMA also provide training to Onshore Managers and for those unsure of what to expect from Client Representatives, to clarify and provide insight into the role. Having this shared knowledge and understanding will help to streamline working practice, improving the overall management and delivery of the project.


With certified Client Representatives on board, a company can be confident in the knowledge that the organisation’s message will be communicated and reinforced throughout the project lifecycle, risks will be managed and reports will be delivered, in addition to the co-ordination of daily operational activity.


ON BRAND, ON TIME AND ON BUDGET


OMA Client Representatives keep the organisation’s offshore project on brand, on time and on budget.


Antony Lewis, Business Manager at OMA concluded: “Our ultimate goal is to create ‘a lifetime of opportunity’ for everyone who we work with, the course is delivered by associate trainers who have over 30 years of operational offshore experience in oil & gas and wind renewables their knowledge and experience is testament to the learning outcomes that are delivered in the three day programme.”


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OFFSHORE CLIENT REPRESENTATIVES Offshore projects are planned to the day, to the penny, to the millimetre. When the window for completion is small, there is little room for error or delay


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