Accreditation & Quality Control

ITC conducts all of its operations in line with an approved Quality Management System (QMS), ensuring the highest quality and standard of operations with annual audits by OPITO to ensure compliance.
All training courses and instructors are regularly audited and upgraded to meet the rigorous requirements of the ITC internal verification system, ensuring your trainees receive world class training at all times.
ITC Tunisia is accredited by International organisations OPITO and RoSPA, an approved Atlas Knowledge invigilation Centre and membership of IWCF, British Safety Council, JOIFF and accredited by Tunisian Flag Authority to deliver STCW training courses.

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The aim of the BOSIET is to introduce delegates to the specific safety issues and regimes relevant to offshore installations, and to equip them with the basic emergency response knowledge and skills for travelling to and from offshore installations by helicopter.

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As a result of the Civil Aviation Report’s (CAP1145) recommendations, the UK BOSIET/FOET/HUET with Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS) training standard was introduced in February 2016.
Since the launch of this standard, OPITO have continued to engage with various stakeholders to ensure that the UK BOSIET/FOET/HUET (with CA-EBS) Standard meets industry’s current requirements.
There has been a growing demand for CA-EBS training globally. This demand means that there is now a requirement for CA-EBS training on an international scale, and not only within the UK. Various multinational operating companies have an aim to introduce CA-EBS on their flights globally and require a standard which can be readily recognised from a global perspective. As a result, the UK reference from the formally known UK BOSIET/FOET/HUET (with CA-EBS) has been removed. The standard will be known as the BOSIET/FOET/HUET (with CA-EBS) from Monday, June 20th 2016.
The updated Standard title does not affect the standard content and there are no further changes to report. This change does not affect delegates who have undertaken training with the previous title name – their certification will remain valid until the expiry date stated.
This update will ensure consistency of training on a much wider level and supports OPITO’s aim to build global standards to support the oil and gas industry.
In the longer term, all industry stakeholders in the UK will work towards providing in-water training exercises using CA-EBS equipment.

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The Tropical HUET training programme will prepare delegates that intend to travel to and from offshore oil and gas installations and vessels by helicopter in a tropical environment by providing specific training in pre-flight and in-flight requirements and to equip delegates with the basic emergency response knowledge and skills required in the event of a helicopter emergency – with specific focus on escaping from a helicopter following ditching and sea survival techniques.

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ROspa

RoSPA have a solution for any organisation offering Driver Training which varies from the lowest level where RoSPA approve the course that a client offers, right through to the highest level whereby RoSPA can accredit the course and trainers along with the process and facilities that an organisation uses. Please see the matrix below which is designed to give clients an insight into what would be required to meet each level of accreditation.

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iwcf

Training Centres generate a temporary certificate (valid for 90 days) which is issued to candidates upon successful completion of the examination. Candidates will need to achieve 70% or more in all the components they have been nominated for, in order to receive a temporary certificate. IWCF will issue the full original certificates within 90 days from the examination date providing that all the required documentation has been submitted by the accredited centre. Level 2 certificates are valid for 5 years and Level 3 or 4 certificates are valid for 2 years.

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The aim of the IMIST programme is to introduce delegates to the key safety elements required by all employees working in the oil and gas industry. It also ensures the knowledge and understanding of these basic safety elements are maintained and current amongst the existing workforce.

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The aims of this training are to introduce delegates to the specific emergency response issues and regimes relevant to onshore oil and gas operations, in relation to the proactive and reactive responses for personnel in the event of an onshore emergency.

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The aims of this training are to introduce delegates to the specific emergency response issues and regimes relevant to onshore oil and gas operations, in relation to the proactive and reactive responses for personnel in the event of an onshore emergency.

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The aim and objectives of the Authorised Gas Tester training programme is to ensure that personnel preparing for a gas tester role are equipped with the knowledge to conduct gas tests for oxygen levels, flammable and toxic gases safely.

This training programme also equips the delegate with knowledge to conduct gas testing within confined spaces and awareness of associated confined space hazards.

Delegates will also learn about relevant legislative requirements, gas measuring and monitoring equipment and documenting gas test results.

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The aims and objectives of the training are to ensure that the delegate gains the required knowledge and understanding of the particular hazards and properties of H2S, and appropriate emergency response actions to take should a H2S related incident arise.

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JOIFF works to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding of emergency response personnel and to improve standards of safety and of the working environment in which industry / commerce operates, with the aim of ensuring that whether employed or contractual, personnel manage risks safely. The achievement of this aim will benefit not only emergency services personnel but also the industry in which they work and the community in which it operates.

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