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SembMarine opens 2nd Batam training centre to raise workers' skill levels

Its offshore-platform business unit wants them to be ready for work in the industry's most demanding places
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 05:50

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SMOP head Ho Nee Sin says the training centres are working with technical institutions and universities to train the workers.

Singapore

SEMBCORP Marine's offshore platform business unit SMOP has set up a second welding training centre in Batam, scarcely a year after it invested in the first such centre, aimed at retaining a core group of skilled workers there.

This drive to raise the skills of its Batam

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