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Survitec Sponsors Latest Instalment Of Esteemed Naval Proficiency Award

ENGINEERING TRAINING SCHOOL QUALIFYING CEREMONY - 27/4/18 Rear Admiral Keith Edward Blount, CB, OBE, FRAeS Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Aviation, Amphibious Capability and Carriers) was the Guest of Honour to present Qualified to Maintain certificates to Air Engineering (AET) and Naval Airman (Survival Equipment) NA(SE) ratings completing their Phase 2B training.  This is point when AETs and NA(SE)s joined the trained strength for the first time. Consent held at RNAS Yeovilton PHOT section

ENGINEERING TRAINING SCHOOL QUALIFYING CEREMONY – 27/4/18
Rear Admiral Keith Edward Blount, CB, OBE, FRAeS Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Aviation, Amphibious Capability and Carriers) was the Guest of Honour to present Qualified to Maintain certificates to Air Engineering (AET) and Naval Airman (Survival Equipment) NA(SE) ratings completing their Phase 2B training. This is point when AETs and NA(SE)s joined the trained strength for the first time.
Consent held at RNAS Yeovilton PHOT section

Safety solutions provider Survitec has once again sponsored the prestigious Neptune Award presented to the highest level of proficiency achieved over the course of a 54-week Royal Navy Survival Equipment Course.

Having first backed the programme when the previous batch of sailors passed out in December 2017, Survitec was on hand to present the latest award to Naval Airman Scott Collins at RNAS Yeovilton at the end of April.

The award was presented on behalf of Survitec by Head of Programme Management Chris Hurley, previously a Lieutenant Commander during a 16-year stint with the Royal Navy.

The previous recipient of the award was NA(SE) Davies.

David Griffiths, Vice President Defence Sales at Survitec Group says: “We have a saying at Survitec that we’re proudly obsessive about safety and survival, which is precisely why we’re honoured to recognise military personnel who display the same characteristics. The Neptune Award embodies discipline, determination and a dedication to treat vital equipment with the respect it deserves.

“As a safety and survival solutions provider, we understand exactly what it takes to make high specification kit that can perform in the most extreme circumstances and save the lives of the personnel wearing and using it. But that’s only half the battle – unless equipment is efficiently maintained and effectively deployed it won’t perform the job it needs to, which is why it is vital that sufficient training is undertaken and maintenance is regularly performed.

“We’d like to personally congratulate Naval Airman Scott Collins and we look forward to continuing our involvement with this worthy award.”
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