UPSKILLING IN WELDING, INSPECTION, AND ENGINEERING TO IMPROVE SAFETY
In 2018, TWI and the Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF), a leading UK-based charity that supports activities relating to the safety of life and property across the globe, launched an international vocational training initiative with the aim of making a significant contribution to the reduction of high rates of accidental workplace fatalities in South East Asian countries.
SEASEP has created a sustainable programme that builds capability and capacity to safely operate and maintain critical infrastructure. Phase one of the initiative proved successful in enhancement of the skills of the workforce by providing access to quality, engineering related training and education.
The extension of phase two of SEASEP is a further exciting opportunity to deliver a programme with international impact, tackle in-country skills shortages, and reduce occupational fatalities by bringing engineering related skills and education to disadvantaged and under-represented groups in new territories across Thailand and the Philippines besides Indonesia and India.
SEASEP aims to make a significant contribution to the reduction of high rates of accidental workplace fatalities in South East Asian countries by:
- Developing a sustainable programme that builds capability and capacity to safely operate and maintain critical infrastructure, and
- Enhancing the skills of the workforce by providing access to quality, engineering-related training and education
Who can apply?
SEASEP scheme is eligible for Indian nationals only. Suitable for individuals seeking to gain employment through upskilling or furthering their careers in their current employment.
Bursaries/subsidies are awarded to candidates who meet the training course entry requirements
Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
How can it help?
TWI training is internationally recognised by certification award bodies including CSWIP and IOSH etc. All TWI training courses provide you with career progression paths so by adding extra levels of expertise through certification you can improve your job opportunities and prospects.
Support with course fee
SEASEP provides financial assistance – Partial Bursaries/Subsidies for those wishing to pursue a career in Welding, Nondestructive Testing (NDT), and Occupational Health and Safety (HSE). Any remaining course fees should be paid by:
- The Individual
- Their Employer
- Government Schemes (eg. apprenticeships)
- Other national or international charities
Am I eligible?
Both new and experienced candidates are eligible for the SEASEP programme. Bursaries and subsidies are available for the right candidate matching the eligibility requirements.
Courses we offer
There are limited spaces available for courses in this programme. For more information about the programme or to enquire about applying for a discount and reserve a place, please contact us