Training

DNV can help you improve your business performance and achieve your business goals through training targeted at the specific competence needs of your organisation.
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    Technical competence

    We offer technical courses within the areas of oil, gas, energy, petrochemical and maritime, as well as technical software courses.

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    Management systems

    DNV offers an extensive portfolio of courses within management systems, with a focus on quality, operational excellence, safety, health, environment and food.

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    Knowledge Management

    We offer an intensive five-day Knowledge Management Masterclass.

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    Biorisk

    DNV Biorisk has designed a series of training courses to provide laboratory managers, biosafety personnel and scientific staff with the required skills and aptitudes necessary to effectively manage biorisk.

  • Maritime courses  

    New requirements from class societies and regulatory bodies, together with rapid technological developments, makes maintenance of competence and capacity a real challenge for individuals and organisations working in the maritime industry.

  • Oil & gas courses  

    Whether you are a new or an experienced engineer or manager, our technical training courses within the oil & gas industries offer a variety of levels to help you be productive in your work.

  • Courses for other industries  

    We offer courses that apply to any industry and courses delivered to smaller niche industries.

Knowledge Management Masterclass

The DNV Centre of Excellence on Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning will deliver two Masterclasses on Knowledge Management in June and September.

Find a course near you  

Training in DNV is provided by our units around the world. The number and type of courses on offer may vary from unit to unit. Please visit one of our local websites to find courses close to you.

Virtual training  

DNV Survey Simulator - a flexible and highly effective virtual training environment, working on independent models.

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