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AIS Training heads to Guyana to up-skill oil and gas workers

Posted by Judy Stirling

18-Feb-2020


Leading energy sector trainer, AIS Training, is helping oil and gas service provider, Panthera Solutions, prepare its workforce in Guyana for an influx of offshore contracts.

Panthera Solutions, a joint venture between Guyana's Farfan & Mendes and Canada's Crosbie Group, provides world-class industrial solutions and value-added services to the emerging oil and gas industry in Guyana. After scooping several new contracts to provide Panthera Solutions' services on the Liza Destiny in Guyana's offshore sector, Panthera Solutions commissioned AIS Training to up-skill its Guyanese staff with internationally recognised qualifications in coatings application.

An experienced AIS Training instructor visited Georgetown in Guyana to deliver the Gold Standard SSPC Train the Painter course to several Panthera Solutions personnel. This qualification is an internationally recognised programme, developed by industry experts, to train delegates in the most advanced and innovative serface treatment and coatings techniques. Panthera Solutions staff passed the course with flying colours and are now qualified to undertake the most advanced levels of offshore coatings application.

Andrew Dinsdale, General Manager for Panthera Solutions, said: "We are in the process of multi-skilling our Guyanese workforce in anticipation of the growing requirements of the Guyanese oil and gas industry. We have a long-established relationship with AIS Training and recognise the quality of the training provided. Every course delivered by AIS Training has been exceptional and includes up-to-date, comprehensive subject matter and knowledgeable instructors. It was great that AIS Training was able to travel to our facility and deliver this particular training on-site. The training has boosted our staff competencies and enables us to deliver the highest levels of service and quality standards for our customers. In addition to painting and blasting, AIS Training has provided training n scaffolding and rope access."



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