We provide training for the following sectors
Driver Performance and Road Haulage
It’s never been a more challenging time to run a road transport business. In addition to making a profit, companies in the sector are facing driver shortages, fluctuating fuel costs, increasing insurance premiums and the need to meet ever more stringent health and safety legislation.
We understand the challenges you face, and that high-quality training is the key to achieving compliance and efficiencies within your business.
Modal Training supports the training requirements of individuals and businesses working across the offshore oil, gas and renewable energy sectors.
Modal Training offers a range of high quality marine simulator courses, delivered using an extensive suite of world-class Kongsberg simulators at a purpose-built facility in Immingham, at the heart of the Humber Estuary.
Modal Training has one of the finest crane driving simulation suites in the country. From our dedicated facility in Immingham, we deliver bespoke crane training to businesses and individuals working across the port side, offshore and construction sectors.
Freight forwarding plays a key role in supply chains the world over, but the sector is changing. Operators are faced with a range of new challenges including: the need to reduce carbon emissions, the struggle to comply with ever more stringent regulation, and the commercial imperative to improve the efficiency and value of transport.
COMING SOON - In the future Modal Training is looking to offer a full selection of STCW courses, STCW refresher training and STCW 2010 approved skills development courses for seafarers and maritime professionals at every stage of their careers.
ABP invests in cutting edge simulator training for employees on the Humber
It’s the busiest trading gateway in the UK, so learning to be a marine pilot on the Humber can be a daunting proposition.
Thanks to an innovative partnership between Humber ports operator ABP and training provider Modal, marine apprentices are now practicing on state of the art simulators before they get their hands on the real thing.more