We’ve written before about the massive investment we’re making in improving the extensive training facility at CATCH. The site already boasts impressive facilities including a live three-storey process plant with control room, bunded tank farm, process simulator, Skills Enhancement Centre, access zone, CompEx zone and confined space entry zone as well as engineering workshops and classrooms.
New CATCH equipment
All of these facilities are essential in giving students work experience in a safe but entirely realistic industry-standard Bulk Liquid and Process working environment.
It is essential for our training provision to accurately reflect the up-to-date state and of the industry, and to offer as wide a range as possible of the scenarios our successful candidates will be working in.
Therefore, we have invested £150,000 into the first phase of expanding and enhancing the facility, and that proceeds apace, in association with Honeywell, Swinton Technology and CATCH, with a view to the expansion being completed by December.
Orders have been placed for all the equipment including the new gauging systems, independent alarms and Remotely Operated Shut Off Valves, we have coordinated extensively with Swinton and Honeywell to finalise the User Requirement Specification (URS) and are set to undertake the Functional Design Specification (FDS) in late October, key with this installation is the variety of training scenarios and functions that we can build into the system, enabling wide replication of real world operational scenarios.
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