ITA is serving a global market, with main focus on offshore Oil & Gas and Maritime operations.

As you can see in the sub-folders, the market is divided in several branches.

Every branch has their special needs for training, special needs for competence and knowledge, special rules and regulations and special needs for approvals by authorities. This sectioning makes decisions easier for our customers. Sporingskode på Google Analytics:


Passenger and Ro-Ro ships

Larger ships mean new and larger safety challenges
Of all the many types of merchant ships, those with the greatest potential for the loss of life are large passenger vessels.  Masters, officers and ratings of large passenger vessels have considerable responsibility and their jobs are to carry passengers from point of departure to the destination safely and without damage to the marine environment.

On these ships, the number of passengers can be several thousand. To manage these passengers in a crisis situation is a huge task and require knowledge, training and skills from all the crew members.

Passenger vessels must comply with all relevant IMO regulations including specific training requirements, such as training in crowd management, for use in emergency evacuation.

Offshore Service Vessels

Advanced Offshore Service Vessels requires highly trained crew members.
Our training complies with the criterias of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) which is drawn up in the STCW convention.
In addition you will find specialized Maritime courses, based on specific Offshore company’s requirements which complies with national and international standards such as OPITO, Norwegian Oil and Gas, NOGEPA, USCG, NWEA etc.
As a result we can deliver training to personnel intending to work on construction support vessels, anchor handling vessels, platform supply vessels, special service vessels, standby/field support vessels, seismic vessels and other offshore vessels.
Among offshore training courses are:


Personnel serving on tankers must complete special training to safeguard the health and safety of those on board and to protect the environment.

We deliver training to conventional oil tankers, chemical tankers, gas tankers and shuttle tankers.

All courses adhere to national and international standards such as STCW, and of course, to each customer’s needs.

General Cargo

General Cargo includes a variety of various types of ships.  Common for these types are that they are subject to regulations from STCW. Below you will find a range of courses needed to act according to training stated in STCW.

General Cargo ships carries a lot of different goods around the globe, and are very dependent on continously focus on training.


Working on fishing boats often means working in harsh environments with hard physical working tasks. These conditions require a strong focus on safety both for the fishermen and also for the equipment. Some countries have ratified the STCW-F convention and act according to this convention.
Per date (06.12.2012) Canada, Denmark, Iceland, Kiribati, Latvia, Mauritania, Morocco, Namibia, Norway, Palau, the Russian Federation, Sierra Leone, Spain, the Syrian Arab Republic and Ukraine have ratified this convention.

Oil & Gas

Fixed installations

Fixed installations are normally offshore production sites/platforms processing oil and gas.

Working on these installations requires highly specialized safety training supplied by qualified training centers. The demand varies depending on where you are working. National authorities have various demands for training depending on what position you have onboard and if you have a position according to the installations emergency plan. ITA provides the needed safety training according to regulations stated by local authorities. See link below.

Mobile installations

Mobile install ations or drilling platforms act according to STCW or local authorities’ regulations according to what mission they are covering. Nevertheless, personnel on board these installations need extensive safety training as basis and frequent refreshment of their knowledge and skills.

The regulations various from country to country, so be sure you have the correct knowledge and skills. 
In addition to Basic Safety Training, special courses and training are provided by the ITA network. Examples of this could be Advanced Fire Fighting, Life Boat Commander, Fast Rescue Boats, Radio Communication Courses, etc.