ASL Safety & Training has announced that it has further expanded its offshore, marine and renewables training offering.

ASL Safety & Training continues expansion of on and offshore renewables education and training offering at Arklow, Co. Wicklow, Centre of Excellence and satellite sites.

ASL Safety & Training Ltd. (Renewables) announced on Friday (11th November 2022) that it has further expanded its offshore, marine and renewables training offering. 

Following further rigorous auditing by the Global Wind Organisation (GWO), ASL has been further accredited to deliver all of the GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) required for entry to Wind Turbine Technician and associated careers. This is the International Industry Gold Standard which will allow their trainees to freely work internationally. 

These training programmes are required for all working both on and offshore in the in wind industry.

Their continued expansion of these training programmes forms part of an ongoing investment programme in their people, plane, and premises by ASL, to prepare for the new opportunities that are fast becoming available off our coasts nationally. 

Following receipt of the approval, Mark Corcoran, Managing Director at ASL said;

"This accreditation will help us continue to broaden our training and education offering from our Arklow Marine & Offshore Centre of Excellence. We have been involved in the supply chain for the wider wind industry for years and we have been lucky enough to have built a strong reputation with existing and more recently with several new clients. These Basic Technical Training (BTT) programmes will allow us to continue to add value for our clients in the on and offshore wind sector."

"Over the last several years, we have continues investing heavily in our people, accreditations and premises. This continueing expansion will bring us nicely into the next phase of our plans, so watch this space! We are looking forward to continuing to build and broaden relationships with stakeholders in the Marine & Offshore area, and indeed to create some more local jobs at our premises. The new programmes will launch almost immediately, and will be available at our premises or at locations nationwide, when and where required."

Further information on these programmes and ASL Safety & Training do can be obtained by calling 00353 402 33 505 or online at