Vitality sector coaching supplier AIS Survivex has launched a brand new ‘selfie’ pictures competitors, a launch despatched to Rigzone has revealed.
The competitors goals to rejoice and showcase the working day of these employed within the oil and gasoline, wind, marine, and utility and development sectors, the discharge highlighted. 4 winners are being provided a coaching course or bundle of their selecting, the discharge outlined, including that it’s a prize “doubtlessly value 1000’s of kilos every”.
Within the launch, AIS Survivex famous that it trains tens of 1000’s of vitality sector staff yearly in specialist abilities similar to rigging and lifting, rope entry, offshore survival, emergency response, and for roles together with wind turbine technician, mariner scaffolder, non-destructive testing technician, blaster-sprayer, and different offshore oil rig-based work.
The corporate acknowledged within the launch that these kind of jobs are sometimes carried out in high-risk and distant environments “the place being educated to conduct your self safely is significant”.
“Eye-watering heights, huge swathes of ocean, gigantic oil rigs, and dramatic North Sea sunsets are simply among the awe-inspiring backdrops captured in a ‘Selfie at Work’ pictures competitors being run by the UK’s main coaching supplier,” the corporate stated within the launch.
“With lots of of programs to select from, this may enable the victors to upskill, refresh and even cross-train to work in a number of sectors fully freed from cost,” the corporate added.
Linzi Ryan, Head of Advertising and marketing at AIS Survivex, stated, “we ran an analogous pictures competitors final June referred to as ‘image excellent office’ so ‘image excellent workface’ is a play on that”.
“We have been so blown away by the usual of the lots of of entries obtained that we determined to construct on this success. This 12 months we wished to make issues a bit of extra private to make sure we see and rejoice the faces of people that work within the oil and gasoline, wind, marine, and utilities and development sectors,” Ryan added.
“We actually need to get an perception into the working lives of our delegates and the wonderful locations their coaching has taken them – whether or not that is the highest of a wind turbine, on an oil platform in the course of the ocean or beneath the bottom laying cables. The competitors is open to anybody who works in these sectors and the profitable selfies might be shared throughout all our social media channels,” Ryan continued.
AIS Survivex revealed within the launch that its selfie competitors closes on July 19. Winners might be notified by August 1, the discharge highlighted.
In August final 12 months, an AIS Survivex spokesperson revealed to Rigzone that the corporate had launched its debut pictures competitors to rejoice and showcase the backdrops seen by its prospects daily. Anybody working within the vitality sector was inspired to enter that competitors, which had a profitable prize of free business coaching.
AIS Survivex revealed the winners of its debut pictures competitors again in October. An image of a North Sea sundown taken by Liam Wright, one other of working boats backlit by harbor lights taken by Darren McAllister, and one other of miles of offshore wind generators beneath brooding skies taken by Nick Baker Haste have been chosen because the profitable photographs within the contest. The competitors attracted greater than 350 entries and was so standard that the unique prize was elevated from one winner to 3 winners throughout the classes of oil and gasoline, wind and maritime/different, AIS Survivex outlined on the time.
AIS Survivex, which is a part of the 3t Vitality Group, describes itself because the UK’s greatest vitality sector coaching supplier. The corporate was beforehand referred to as AIS Coaching and Survivex. Along with AIS Survivex, the 3t Vitality Group contains 3t Rework, Drilling Methods, and UCT.
To enter the AIS Survivex selfie competitors, e mail a office selfie to email@example.com, alongside along with your identify, contact particulars, and the sector you’re employed in.
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