National Offshore Training Center
The National Offshore Training Center (NOTC) manages the National Offshore Training Program (NOTP) which provides a comprehensive, multi-tiered, student-centered curriculum for our technically diverse staff in support of BSEE’s mission to promote safety, protect the environment, and to conserve resources offshore through vigorously regulatory oversight and enforcement.
The NOTC’s mission is to strengthen through learning. This is accomplished through a program that provides structured training opportunities that integrate the latest technical expertise and practices of industry with prudent and rigorous safety and compliance mandates.
The NOTC offers over 80 technical training courses taught by renowned subject matter experts to ensure continued education and development that enhances professional competence and personal satisfaction for all our technical program offices.
For additional information on the National Offshore Training Program, please reach out to us at the NOTC: email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How can I become an offshore safety inspector?
Inspectors are government employees and perform inspections of oil and gas facilities in the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). As BSEE continues to grow, openings occur often; please check here.
Can the general public participate in any of the BSEE technical training?
No, not at this time. The technical training offered by BSEE is specific to BSEE employees, however, a BSEE employee may participate in a public class offered by a 3rd party vendor.
Can we get a list of the training courses offered?
Yes, the list of training courses is available upon request.
Do employee’s earn college credit for attending BSEE technical training?
No, however, some of the training offered does provide continuing education credit.
How can I learn more about BSEE?
BSEE works to promote safety, protect the environment, and conserve resources offshore through vigorous regulatory oversight and enforcement. Visit the top of our About BSEE section to learn more. The Office of Public Affairs is the primary point of contact for news media, organizations and the public seeking information about the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement's programs, policies, procedures and services.
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