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Oil Spill Response selects DTL to deliver training in the UK and Far East

Oil Spill Response selects DTL to deliver training in the UK and Far East

18 July 2017

DTL is pleased to announce it has been chosen by Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) to deliver training and assessment to their experienced teams of assessors based across the UK, Europe, Asia and other locations worldwide.

OSRL is the largest international industry-funded cooperative existing to respond to oil spills wherever in the world they may occur by providing preparedness, response and intervention services.  Its membership represents the majority of global oil production and the business employs 300 people across nine global locations.

Training Assessment and Quality Assurance (TAQA)

DTL has been selected to deliver a programme of training and assessment qualifications (TAQA) at levels 3 and 4.  To minimise unnecessary expenditure and numerous worldwide delivery locations, the physical training and assessments will be delivered in two locations – Southampton for UK-based delegates and Singapore for those based outside the UK.

To facilitate effective training delivery, DTL will be utilising video conferencing and web meeting technology where appropriate.

Global training solution

"We continue to make significant investment in our externally approved competency management system which relies on a steady stream of newly qualified assessors and internal quality assurers. DTL was able to provide a global training solution which keeps travel and subsistence costs to a minimum whilst delivering good quality training" said Dean Wasche, Global Learning & Development Manager, OSRL.

"This contract reflects DTL’s ability and capacity to deliver high quality training in an innovative fashion through a blended learning methodology," said Clive Lawrence-Forbes, Head of Corporate Management & Development at DTL, "Naturally we are thrilled to have been selected by OSRL to provide this training and we look forward to both parties enjoying a successful training partnership."


Image courtesy of OSRL.