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To register for a Hi-Con Training course, please contact (281) 558 5820
or email: Hi-ConTraining@petrofac.com
“This is by far the most realistic water survival training environment you can come by without taking the course in the Gulf of Mexico.”
The Hi-Con Training team of experts brings superior experience in high-consequence and immersive survival and safety training at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC). This unique, underwater training facility at JSC provides an environment that enables some of the most authentic emergency simulations in the world.
The Hi-Con Training Program provides a rigorous and experiential learning environment that instills confidence and empowers trainees with the knowledge and skills to act when it counts. This type of behavioral-based training imparts the confidence and control that is vital in effectively dealing with emergency situations.
Hi-Con Survival Training includes:
NASA's underwater training facility at the JSC is the most advanced in the world. The 6.2 million gallon, 40-foot deep pool was originally designed to support space-walk planning, testing and training, using full-scale mock-ups of the International Space Station and Space Shuttle. The immense scale is matched by its technological sophistication. While the pool continues to support NASA’s space program, designated areas have been assigned to meet the needs of the Hi-Con survival training program.
Petrofac Training Services and Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC, who manages NASA's underwater training facility, have partnered to deliver Hi-Con Training. This unique partnership between two of the world’s leading training providers, coupled with the operational excellence at NASA's facility, leverages the best practices of each company’s cutting-edge safety culture and offers a center of excellence for survival and safety training that redefines exceptional quality performance.
Petrofac Training Services is a pioneer in offshore survival training, having delivered certified training in the oil and gas industry for more than 30 years. Our team of over 450 employees operate across worldwide locations and comprise highly skilled training professionals and qualified assessors who work with over 50,000 delegates each year.
The Raytheon team has managed NASA's NBL training facility since 2003, and has provided training for NASA for more than 50 years.