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DNV opens its new Training Hub

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DNV, the independent assurance and risk management provider, has formally opened its new Training Hub for Industrial Knowledge (THInK) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

DNV opens its new Training Hub

The dedicated training facility, which is the first of its kind in the region, will offer a range of comprehensive programmes, underscoring DNV’s commitment to enhancing the abilities of those entering, and already in, multiple industry sectors. Ensuring that workers have the latest skills and knowledge is essential for businesses to thrive and create a competitive advantage in what is a rapidly evolving and challenging industry.

From 30 January, 2024, those interested in expanding their industrial knowledge can gain valuable insights and practical experiences through a variety of courses.

THInK will offer a personal and customisable approach to development, offering in-person, virtual, and hybrid training sessions. DNV will also make use of Virtual Reality (VR) technology to safely replicate hands-on experiences in high-risk industries.

The hub will allow access to a variety of internationally accredited courses on safety, lifting, Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP), earth moving machinery and scaffolding, among others.

Fully customised classes can be developed and adapted to meet the specific needs of clients or industries.

Each course is designed to cater to different areas of expertise and will be taught by trainers with years of field experience and are still involved in real-life projects on a daily basis.

Mohamed Houari, Global Managing Director of DNV Inspection, said: “I am very pleased with the official opening of DNV’s new Training Hub for Industrial Knowledge, THInK. The hub and its programmes were developed in collaboration with industry leaders to create a dedicated learning space that can benefit newcomers and established professionals alike.”

“THInK will become a repository of industry knowledge that will truly allow people to realise their full potential and accelerate their development. This will be done through a combination of traditional training methods as well as innovative methodologies such as Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence. Last but not least, THInK is the latest testimony of our investment in UAE and our commitment to In-Country-Value.”

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