"Investing in myself has improved my CV considerably, making me more employable as a result."
With an outdoor instruction background, Cal Noble transitioned easily into offshore oil and gas rope access roles - now he’s widening his career options after successfully completing GWO (Global Wind Organisation) training with AIS Training.
As a climbing instructor, Cal Noble was very confident working at scary heights so when changing careers nine years ago it’s no surprise he opted for rope access operator jobs in the offshore oil and gas industry. Cal invested heavily in himself adding several skills to his CV - eventually becoming a skilled non-destructive testing (NDT) inspector offshore.
He said: “I’m keen to branch out into renewables as it’s a growing industry and fits nicely with my existing offshore experience. I’ve used AIS Training for a number of years for all my training so it was the obvious choice when deciding to go for my GWO tickets.
“Having worked as an instructor myself for many years, I understand what good teaching is all about and the team at AIS Training are excellent. They go above and beyond to ensure you get the very most out of the training and get lots of invaluable tips and advice to help you in your chosen career. Investing in myself has improved my CV considerably, making me more employable as a result. With my new GWO certificates, I’m hoping to scoop my first role in the global wind industry soon.”
Thinking of a new career in 2021? Survivex and AIS Training are helping you with that career change on your New Year's resolution list with a series of inspiring career change stories, advice pages and virtual events throughout January.
Free webinar events will take place between 25-29 January and will include invited leaders from the energy sector discussing upcoming projects for the year ahead, as well as giving tips on how to land that dream job and an insight into working in the energy industry.