OPITO is the global, not-for-profit, skills body for the energy industry.
More than 250,000 people are trained to OPITO standards every year, across 45 countries through 200 accredited training centres.
With operation centres in four regions - UK and Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific and the Americas - OPITO is driving safety and competency improvements to benefit the industry.
The industry-owned organisation also works with governments, national oil companies, operators and contractors, offering a range of services and products to meet international skills needs and support workforce development.
For more information visit www.opito.com
OPITO launches digital delivery of safety - critical oil and gas training
A digital transformation of oil and gas safety-critical emergency response training is set to save the industry more than a million hours of training time per year, driving time and cost efficiencies across the sector, a gathering of world-wide industry leaders heard on November 8th.
21 Nov 2017
TRAIN-R app makes waves in the North Sea
HALF the North Sea offshore workforce has downloaded a mobile app designed to give them access to their training and certification records anywhere at any time. In its first year, the OPITO TRAIN-R app has been used by over 11,500 workers since its introduction September 2014.
02 Nov 2015
OPITO contract with Oman government helps build skilled indigenous workforce
OPITO International, has secured a contract with the Ministry of Oil and Gas in Oman. The global oil and gas training standards body is working with the government, the Oman Society for Petroleum Services (OPAL) and employers to improve the delivery of training that will ensure the country has a skilled and safe oil and gas workforce.
24 Jul 2015
New OPITO International MD set for take-off
Former RAF aircrew, Colin Griffiths, is joining OPITO International as managing director to lead the roll-out of common safety training standards across the global oil and gas industry.
06 Nov 2014
OPITO researches offshore competence gaps
Oil and gas industry skills body OPITO has commissioned a new study which aims to identify the skills and competence gaps in offshore supervisors and how this impacts on the prevention of major safety incidents.
14 Mar 2013