Our training courses support those responsible for planning, managing and operating assets in the coastal and offshore environments in order to achieve compliance and improve marine data management – we believe that better data makes better decisions.
We apply our technical knowledge and experience to provide training, consultancy, mentoring and advice to help you develop your understanding and improve your skillset across all aspects of data management including:
We deliver our courses direct or via one of our training partners MEDIN, IMarEST, Skilltrade and Port Training.
Our courses can be tailored to your requirements and are run face-to-face or online, depending on your needs. Talk to us about your requirements today.
We often adapt our training courses to cater to the specific needs, environment and challenges that our customers are facing. So the course length, content and delivery platform will be tailored to your needs. Let us know what you need and we will recommend the best course for you.
We also run a range of Free Workshops on Marine Data Management and GIS.
The work that OceanWise does in data management epitomises the way in which the hydrographic community should be moving in the twenty first century.
A good overview of the huge topic of data management with lots of ideas to take back to the workplace and to start to implement.
Thank you guys, the Marine SDI workshop discussion groups were brilliant. The explanations of what an SDI is all about were easily understood and the interactive break-out sessions helped people identify with their day to day challenges and how they might be addressed.
The 'Introduction to GIS' course provided by OceanWise was much more useful than the vendor specific course as it had a marine focus and related much more to the work I do day to day.
OceanWise made what is a dry topic very accessible to the people who need to implement it, and certainly aroused interest from the group present – who, when they become harbour masters in their own right, will need to address this issue