HomeTraining (For Oil & Gas Industry – Offshore Employment)
Training (For Oil & Gas Industry – Offshore Employment)
Appropriate training is essential to be considered for employment in the offshore oil and gas industry.
THERE ARE THREE essential requirements which must be met before being considered for employment in the Oil/Gas Offshore Industry...These are:
1) The FIRST essential certificate to obtain is BOSIET (Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training) - OPITO approved. This 3 day course is available at the National Maritime College of Ireland - Cork at a cost of €860. This course is designed to assist in meeting the initial offshore safety training, emergency response training and essential requirements for workers new to the offshore oil and gas industry.
2) The SECOND essential certificate to obtain is MIST (Minimum Industry Safety Training) OPITO Approved. This 2 day course is also available at the National Maritime College of Ireland-Cork at a cost of €460 This course is designed to give workers the basic safety training knowledge while working in the offshore industry
When you have completed these two courses at The National Maritime College of Ireland,Cork, you should proceed to the third essential requirement:
The THIRD requirement is a satisfactory medical examination for offshore work and is carried out by EHA,Blackrock,Cork (021 4536000) . EHA offices also in Dublin(01 6701820) ; Limerick(061 303975); Waterford(051 855411)
The cost is €170.00 approx. See also www.eha.ie/?contact-us
Many other very important and refresher courses are available at The National Maritime College of Ireland,Cork, and we can discuss these individually with each interested jobseeker.
You may be entitled to grant aid for these courses from Department of Social Protection at your local Employment Office. You can also contact us for details and help with this.
Contact details for these courses is:
National Maritime College of Ireland,
Tel: 021 4335600
This site has been developed with grant assistance made available by the Tipperary South County Enterprise Board Ltd. funded by the Irish Government and co-funded by the European Union under the EU Structural Funds 2007-2013.