This programme is designed to meet the further training and assessment requirements for Offshore Lifeboat Coxswains in the oil and gas industry.

This course is designed to meet the initial training and assessment requirements for Offshore Lifeboat Coxswains in the oil and gas industry.

The Rigger Initial Training (formerly known as Stage 1) is for personnel who have had little or no training and experience in rigging and lifting operations and who want to start their journey to becoming a competent Rigger in the oil & gas industry.

The target group for Rigger Competence Assessment are personnel that wish to become OPITO-certified competent riggers - having successfully completed the OPITO Rigger Initial Training Standard and Rigger Workplace Experience Logbook or possess sufficient and relevant work experience to be eligible for the OPITO Rigger Competence assessment.

N.B. No training is provided in the assessment. Candidates who feel they require additional training should contact us to discuss your options.

The target group for Rigger Competence Reassessment are personnel that wish to renew their OPITO Rigger Competence or Rigger Competence Reassessment certificate.

N.B. No training is provided in the assessment. Candidates who feel they require additional training should contact us to discuss your options.

This programme is designed to meet the initial training and assessment requirements for STCW Certification of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boat; STCW Reg VI/2 para 1 & Sec A-VI/2 para 1-6 (model course 1.23).

This programme is designed to update existing seafarers holding an STCW Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boat; STCW Reg VI/2 para 1 & Sec A-VI/2 para 1-6 (model course 1.23).

This programme is designed to meet the initial training and assessment requirements for STCW Certification of Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats; STCW Reg VI/2 para2 & Sec A-VI/2-2 para 7-10 (model course 1.24).

This programme is designed to update existing seafarers holding an STCW Certificate of Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats; STCW Reg VI/2 para2 & Sec A-VI/2-2 para 7-10 (model course 1.24).

This course is for personnel that are, or could be, working in an environment that could become contaminated by H2S gas.

The target group for Banksman and Slinger Initial Training Standard is personnel wishing to become competent in the Banksman & Slinger role in the energy industry.

The LEEA Accredited Lifting and Slinging training is personnel who are required by their employer to undertake the duties of a Slinger and Signaller for lifting operations.

This course is an entry level course suitable for those looking to enter a career as a Slinger/Signaller or Rigger in the construction Industry.

NB. The term Slinger / Rigger are commonly interchanged for jobs in the Middle East and this training is focussed on lifting operations involving cranes, not portable lifting equipment.

The LEEA Accredited Appointed Person training is for personnel who are required to undertake the duties of an appointed person for lifting operations and lifts, conduct risk assessments and develop method statements for a range of basic, intermediate and complex lifts.

The LEEA Accredited Crane Supervisor / Lift Supervisor training is personnel who are required to undertake the duties of an Crane / Lift Supervisor during lifting operations.

The LEEA Accredited Appointed Person training is for personnel that wish to renew their existing LEEA Appointed Person qualification, or convert their existing Appointed Person Training to a LEEA Accredited qualification.

The target group for Banksman and Slinger Competence Assessment are personnel that wish to become OPITO-certified competent banksman and slingers - having successfully completed the OPITO Banksman and Slinger Initial Training Standard and Banksman and Slinger Workplace Experience Logbook or possess sufficient and relevant work experience to be eligible for the OPITO Banksman and slinger Competence assessment.

The target group for Banksman and Slinger Competence Reassessment are personnel that wish to renew their OPITO Banksman and Slinger Competence or Banksman and Slinger Competence Reassessment certificate.

The LEEA Accredited Offshore Crane Operator (Introductory) Training is a 5-day course, and is intended for personnel who have little or no crane operating experience and wish to gain theoretical and practical knowledge of offshore crane operations.

The LEEA Accredited Offshore Crane Operator (Advanced) Training is a 5-day course, and is for individuals who have successfully completed the LEEA OCO Stage 1 Training or, hold existing Mobile Crane Operator Training certification and wish to progress to the next stage which is a more advanced training programme using an offshore pedestal crane.

The OPITO-approved Offshore Crane Operator Stage 3 Competence Assessment is a 1-day workplace assessment conducted at the client site. The assessment is intended for crane operators that wish to become OPITO-approved Stage 3 offshore crane operators, and hold no previous Stage 3 assessment certification.

For individuals holding existing OPITO or industry-recognized non-OPITO Stage 3 certification, such as Sparrows, Enermech, ABS, BV etc. you may be eligible for reassessment. Speak with one of our learning advisors before booking.


ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity IMJI 01 and 10 concentrates on the skilled performance expected when working with hand-torqued bolted and clamp connection techniques.

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity IMJI18 concentrates on the skilled performance expected when working hydraulic tension bolted connections.

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity IMJI10-20 course is a comprehensive course that concentrates on the skills to perform various MJI techniques using a range of equipment.

Learners will gain the skills required to dismantle, inspect, prepare, assemble, and tighten flanged and clamped connector pipe joints and bolted connections using hand torque, hydraulic torque equipment, and hydraulic tension equipment.

This course is designed for individuals who will manage the site rigging loft as a Rigging Loft Controller. This course is not designed for individuals wishing to become Lifting Equipment Examiners or Inspectors. Personnel wishing to obtain such qualifications should visit www.leeaint.com for more information..

This assessment is for personnel who have been recommended to take on the LCP role by their sponsoring company and are required to be assessed (or re-assessed) against the competence assessment criteria for LOLER Competent Person.

N.B. No training is provided during this assessment. Candidates who require training, should consider the OPITO Approved Lift planning Training.

This course is for learners who are required to participate and/or assist in the planning of mechanical lifting operations.

N.B This course is not for those who are looking for training in the planning of lifting operations with cranes.

The CompEx Ex01-Ex04 Gas and Vapours qualifications have been developed for electrical and instrument technicians working in hazardous locations where gases and vapours can form explosive atmospheres.

The OPITO Stage 3 Offshore Crane Operator Competence Reassessment is a 1-day course intended for offshore crane operators that wish to revalidate their OPITO approved OCO Stage 3 certificate or industry recognised Stage 3 Operator Certificate. The reassessment is conducted on a state of the art simulator.

Existing Stage 3 OCO operators with Sparrows, Enermech, ABS, BV certification are eligible to attend. Other certificates maybe acceptable, please speak with one of our Learning Advisors before booking.

This two (2) day, small bore tubing, cone and threaded medium and high pressure course is aimed at learners with no previous small bore tubing training.

This course is intended for personnel who wish to become LEEA Accredited Stage 3 offshore crane operators or renew their existing Stage 3 Assessment qualifications.

This assessment is intended for personnel who wish to become LEEA Accredited Stage 3 offshore crane operators or renew their existing Stage 3 Assessment qualifications.

The OPITO-approved Offshore Crane Operator Stage 3 Competence Assessment is a 1-day workplace assessment conducted at the client site. The assessment is intended for crane operators that wish to become OPITO-approved Stage 3 offshore crane operators, and hold no previous Stage 3 assessment certification.

For individuals holding existing OPITO or industry-recognized non-OPITO Stage 3 certification, such as Sparrows, Enermech, ABS, BV etc. you may be eligible for reassessment. Speak with one of our learning advisors before booking.

The OPITO-approved Offshore Crane Operator Stage 3 Competence Assessment is a 1-day workplace assessment conducted at the client site. The assessment is intended for crane operators that wish to become OPITO-approved Stage 3 offshore crane operators, and hold no previous Stage 3 assessment certification.

For individuals holding existing OPITO or industry-recognized non-OPITO Stage 3 certification, such as Sparrows, Enermech, ABS, BV etc. you may be eligible for reassessment. Speak with one of our learning advisors before booking.

The OPITO Stage 3 Offshore Crane Operator Competence Reassessment is a 1-day course intended for offshore crane operators that wish to revalidate their OPITO approved OCO Stage 3 certificate or industry recognised Stage 3 Operator Certificate. The reassessment is conducted on a state of the art simulator.

Existing Stage 3 OCO operators with Sparrows, Enermech, ABS, BV certification are eligible to attend. Other certificates maybe acceptable, please speak with one of our Learning Advisors before booking.

The OPITO Stage 3 Offshore Crane Operator Competence Reassessment is a 1-day course intended for offshore crane operators that wish to revalidate their OPITO approved OCO Stage 3 certificate or industry recognised Stage 3 Operator Certificate. The reassessment is conducted on a state of the art simulator.

Existing Stage 3 OCO operators with Sparrows, Enermech, ABS, BV certification are eligible to attend. Other certificates maybe acceptable, please speak with one of our Learning Advisors before booking.

This two (2) day, small bore tubing, twin ferrule mechanical grip fittings course is aimed at learners with no previous small bore tubing training.

Candidates will be tested in the dismantling, assembly, and hand torquing of flanged joints to validate competence.


Candidates will be tested in the dismantling, assembly, and tensioning bolted connections to validate competence.

Candidates will be tested in the dismantling, assembly, and hydraulic torquing of flanged joints to validate competence.

The target group for Rigger Assessment are personnel that wish to become LEEA Accredited competent riggers - having successfully completed the Rigger Initial Training or possess sufficient and relevant work experience to be eligible for the Rigger assessment.

N.B. No training is provided in the assessment. Candidates who feel they require additional training should contact us to discuss your options.

The LEEA Accredited Rigging and Lifting Training course is for personnel who have had little or no training and/or experience in rigging and lifting operations and wish to gain an Industry-recognised introductory certificate in rigging and lifting operations, to enable them to start employment as a mechanical rigger.

The candidate has to successfully use the appropriate tools, equipment and materials to plan, prepare, fabricate, assemble and install a small bore tubing assembly as per the specified drawing and within set tolerances.

The candidate has to successfully dismantle, identify faults and defects on small bore tubing assemblies. Then reinstall small bore tubing assemblies using the appropriate tools, equipment and materials as per the specified drawing and specification sheet within set tolerances.

The candidate has to successfully use the appropriate tools, equipment and materials to plan, prepare, fabricate, assemble and install a small bore tubing assembly as per the specified drawing and within set tolerances.

This course is coming in 2023. Contact our booking team for more information.

This module is designed as an add-on to SBT01, enabling delegates to gain training in both twin ferrule (SBT01) and Cone and Threaded Fittings (SBT02).

This 1-day module can only be completed by learners who hold an ECITB SBT01 approved course certificate taken in the previous six months or have a valid TSBT01 technical test certificate.

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity IMJI19 & 20 module concentrates on the skilled performance expected when working with hydraulically torqued bolted connections of flanged and clamp connector pipe joints.

Candidates will be tested in the dismantling, assembly, and hand torquing of clamp connectors to validate competence.

Candidates will be tested in the dismantling, assembly, and hand torquing of clamp connectors to validate competence.

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