Impeller Assurance and Resilience Ltd (Impeller), has been successful in securing a major long term contract to provide training for the Marine Offshore Safety Training (MOST) at South Tyneside College (STC).
Impeller launched in April 2015 and delivers excellence in safety, resilience and business performance, drawing on the expert skills and leadership developed by Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service. Impeller’s profits will be invested into protecting the community of Tyne and Wear.
Impeller’s expert team will deliver training programmes for South Tyneside College, which has over 150 years’ experience in delivering world class maritime and offshore training and attracts students and their employers from around the world, based on quality, reliability and reputation.
John Baines, Chairman of Impeller said: “This is a significant step forward for Impeller’s journey and future success. We welcome this exciting opportunity to deliver high quality training for the marine and offshore industry in partnership with South Tyneside College.
“Our close collaboration with Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (TWFRS) brings together a pool of talent and leadership from one of the best performing emergency services in the UK which, when coupled with the business expertise of Impeller, provides a real competitive edge in the market.”
Tom Capeling, Chief Fire Officer at TWFRS, said: “Impeller’s vision of protecting people and places across the globe reflects our service’s own vision. By harnessing the expertise of existing and former staff, together with its broader business experience, Impeller will generate funds to support our aim of creating the safest community. In addition, this allows our staff to utilise and maintain their professional skills and competencies.”
Gary Hindmarch, Principal of South Shields Marine School, said: “We are delighted to have secured the services of Impeller following our tendering process. Impeller has already demonstrated the expected high level of professional experience in its training delivery, and we receive regular feedback from both young and experienced students on how they appreciate and respect the high quality of training they receive.”
Published: 21st September 2016