The Humber region is currently experiencing an economic revival, building on its rich maritime heritage and as the UK’s Energy Estuary, its workforce is in demand globally across linked industry sectors.
As a result, an abundance of post academic training facilities have been specifically development, where educational partners are linked with employers to capitalise on this resurgence.
Specialist providers are helping to support the ever-growing energy, chemical and renewable energy industries within the Humber and professionals here are benefiting from UK and world leading training facilities.
AIS Training opened a state-of-the-art training centre in Immingham in October 2015 at the world-renowned HFC Catch site to provide training for the offshore oil and gas, wind energy and industrial sectors. They anticipate that 50 courses will be delivered for over 1,600 delegates in 2016 alone.
Modal Training, based in Immingham, is the first in the UK to offer integrated, multimodal logistics training, as well as a full range of support services to provide the highest quality training to businesses across the logistics supply chain. A new £7m centre of excellence is currently being developed, due to open late 2016.
HETA operates across Hull, Scunthorpe and Stallingborough and is recognised as the only specialist engineering training provider in the Yorkshire and Humber region, partnering with 400+ companies to supply expert industry training, including Phillips 66, RB, Centrica and Yorkshire Water.
HOTA, based in Hull, offers nationally approved and bespoke training courses to meet individual and company specific training needs. The core of HOTA’s Training Centre is the environmental training pool where they conduct specialised training for the Offshore Industry in their Helicopter Underwater Escape Trainer.