EEMUA has substantially upgraded its subsea engineering materials selection and corrosion control course that covers the range of knowledge required for the design, specification, commissioning, operation, maintenance, repair or refurbishment of underwater energy production equipment and related facilities.

Industrial engineering in the subsea environment presents extraordinary challenges. Preventing failures by optimal selection, specification and application of materials from the outset is key to efficient, safe and profitable subsea operations.

The EEMUA 194 Subsea Engineering Basics course offers more flexibility, additional materials, and a final online examination – all based on industry recognised good practice and delivered by experts in the field.

Advances in materials, technology and techniques for the subsea engineering environment are frequent and quick. The flexible design of the course seamlessly accommodates the latest know how including new energies such as wind, hydrogen, and carbon capture and storage.

The online learning delivery and assessment, and robust certification means that learners can be either at their work site or home working and gain a relevant, industry accepted qualification in this safety critical area.

You can read more about the course, its content, and our expert tutors, by clicking here.

The next EEMUA 194 Subsea Engineering Basics course is running 6 November-1 December 2023