Stream Marine Training gets a new Chief of Operations

Stream Marine Training (SMT) has appointed Craig Wilson as Head of Operations, furthering the company’s reputation as a leading provider of OPITO (Offshore Petroleum Industry Training Organisation) and GWO (Global Wind Organisation) training.

Wilson brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the business, having started his offshore career working for Noble Drilling in 2000 as a roustabout. He then rose through the ranks to the position of crane operator before joining Survivex in 2011.

At Survivex, he was an instructor/evaluator, responsible for delivering in-house and OPITO courses both within the company’s training center and at various offshore locations around the world. When promoted to operations manager at Survivex’s Dyce plant, Craig oversaw the day-to-day operations of the industry skills department. He was also responsible for the training and evaluation of instructors, in addition to ensuring that all courses delivered met governing body standards. His next position at Survivex saw him promoted to operations manager for onboard training, where he also oversaw planning. After 10 years with Survivex, Wilson made the natural progression of switching to SMT. His skills and experience in expanding and growing areas of training will prove invaluable.

“We are delighted that Craig has joined us as a senior executive to help us continue our success in 2022 as we further establish SMT in the offshore and renewable energy sector,” said Katy Womersley, group chief operating officer at SMT. Martin White, CEO of SMT, added: “The company continues to invest; in 2022, we aim to rapidly roll out a series of OPITO and renewable energy programs, increasing our portfolio to over 120 courses. As such, I am delighted that Craig has joined the senior SMT team and shares my excitement for this part of our company’s next exciting chapter.

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