An essential course providing a greater understanding of metocean and its implications for offshore design and operations will take place on Monday 14 September 2020 starting at 0830 at 1 Birdcage Walk, London.
Metocean is a discipline covering meteorology and physical oceanography, and is concerned with quantifying the impact and effect of weather and sea conditions on a wide range of activities in the offshore oil & gas and renewables.
This is an essential course providing a greater understanding of Metocean and how the application of Metocean information can benefit your organisation particularly with respect to:
Better decision-making and planning
Why will this course benefit you?
For all offshore industries, the effects of meteorology and oceanography (metocean) have a major impact on design and operations. If users of metocean information are not aware of the implications that the weather, waves, currents and water levels can have on their operations or design work, then things can go wrong with serious health and safety and economic consequences.
The Metocean Awareness Course is aimed at those who need to have a greater understanding of metocean conditions worldwide and how they might impact the effectiveness of their work.
The course format will include a mixture of short presentations presented by expert speakers in this field and interactive workshop sessions including a group case study exercise. Delegates will receive a comprehensive course manual on attendance.
Who should attend?
This course is essential for Project Managers and Engineers in the offshore and renewables industries, involved in operations or design, from new entrants to the industry to those with many years experience. The course will enable delegates to interact with expert speakers and other delegates from various backgrounds who use or provide metocean data.