Wild Geese Group is the Oil & Gas Industries Leading provider for Internationally accredited courses and programs in the Management of Major Emergencies (MOME/MEM) also referred to as Incident Command Systems (ICS).
Accrediting, approval, and awarding bodies such as OPITO, BTEC, TEEX and AFAC have all recognized WGG as a specialized course provider.
The industry accredited programs & courses in MOME/MEM/ICS that we offer range from operator level, to supervisor, to manager and ultimately to the accountable person both on and offsite, including top management and business continuity capabilities.
Wild Geese Group is recognised and approved through NOCN to develop and create the Incident Response Management Recovery (IRMR) pathway from Diploma Level 4 through to Master`s Degree Level.
This is available exclusively through the WGG Offshore Academy and supported by the Industry Advisory Board (IAB) another initiative to support industries in their progressive development of competency in the fields of Emergency Response.
Industries to benefit and gain by this are not limited to the Oil & Gas Industry but include, Aviation, Construction, Maritime, Policing, Fire & Rescue and Mining. Establishing a global standard of competency based on real life career experience all accredited by the UK`s One Award endorsment program.
Our Cooperative Learning Site (CLS) global network is a further example of our brand strength and our ability to reach our clients through collaboration. Our commitment to our product and services is shared by our partners.
The Managed Emergency Response Service Centre (MERSC) is another example of who WGG is and how we dominate the field of Incident Command Solutions. The MERSC was the first fully outsourced Emergency Command Centre, purpose-built facility in SE Asia to meet the needs of some of our clients.
Comfortable across all platforms, WGG has established itself and has a distinguished, lengthy track record as, trainer, assessor, operator, mentor & coach. If you are looking for Emergency Response Solutions, your search ends here.
To follow someone is relatively easy, except you have no real idea where the road will take you or the speed of the race. But to lead takes a real determination to want to be the leader, and always means you have to increase the pace and know the distance to the end.
Dato` Tim Allsop RIC