National Hyperbaric Centre unveils new courses - reduces cost of trainingTraining // May 18, 2011
The National Hyperbaric Centre (NHC) in Aberdeen in the UK has recently added several new training courses to its portfolio and unveiled price reductions on some of its current IMCA approved courses.
The NHC said "understands that in the current economical climate every penny counts," so has significantly reduced the cost of its Diver Medic Technician, Diver Medic Refresher, IMCA Air Diving Supervisor and IMCA Bell Diving Supervisor courses.
The NHC has also introduced four new courses: Dive System Auditor, Leadership Training, Introduction to Subsea Systems and Subsea Control Operations, to its portfolio.
The courses have been introduced to aid newcomers to the subsea industry and help current professionals keep up-to-date with their knowledge and learning.
Neil Gordon, General Manager of the NHC, said: "The price reduction is a move we felt was needed to aid newcomers to the industry to give them that helping hand to start in an exciting career in the subsea industry.
"The introduction of the new courses has been a project we have been working on for several months which has been brought about by request for from the industry worldwide.
"The NHC see itself as a diverse company always looking to be at the forefront of the Subsea Industry and always welcome feedback from companies and individuals on how we can best aid them in the future."
Full details of cost reductions and new course can be found at: www.nhctraining.com.