TWI Aberdeen doubles teaching space to house specialist asset management, corrosion and NDT facilities

Jade Aitken, the recently appointed manager of TWI’s Aberdeen facility, is delighted to unveil plans to double the size of its teaching and office space. By the end of March, Jade is expecting the extended facility to be completely refurbished and ready for use.

TWI Aberdeen doubles teaching space to house specialist asset management, corrosion and NDT facilities

Currently the business operates from the downstairs of the building, but as candidate numbers have increased the need for more space has become essential. The decision to take on the entire floor above the existing premises will provide space for six lecture rooms as well as administration offices and relaxation areas for the students. Upstairs will also house offices for the asset and integrity management engineers as well as the corrosion specialists.

TWI Aberdeen doubles teaching space to house specialist asset management, corrosion and NDT facilities

Local companies frequently ask TWI for conference facilities in Aberdeen, so two of the lecture rooms have been designed to allow them to interconnect and form a conference space for up to 90 people. Downstairs will also benefit from being updated and will have 3 lecture rooms and dedicated practical areas for dye penetrant inspection (DPI), magnetic particle testing (MPI), ultrasonic testing (UT), eddy current testing, phased array and other non-destructive testing training.

For more information about the Aberdeen office and their training programme please contact Jade Aitken, or visit the TWI Training website.