News from our Members and Partners

22 May 2020

BMT is open for business, and offering a newly developed e-Learning course

BMT, Defence and Security has today switched on its Warships 101 e-learning course, which offers an introductory look into Warships, their design, capability, and requirements.

The course is self-paced and can be completed in around 6-hours with content divided over 20-modules. The course covers what a Warship is, how its requirements are specified, and how it is designed and built. This is a perfect introductory course into the technical and system management aspects of Warships, including how capabilities are defined and met.

BMT, Global Business Development, Director Rob Teasdale comments,

“I am excited that in this time of change, we are able to continue to deliver our engineering excellence and demonstrate our true capability through the execution of this course".

He continued,

“While current circumstances have disrupted many traditional processes, including our face-to-face courses and events, it has also unleashed new opportunities for us. This e-learning course further supports the digitisation of our traditional and more intensive 5-day courses, which demonstrate our core areas of Defence expertise with submarines, warships and the management of large fleet sustainment and through life support.”

Mr. Teasdale said, 

“As a business, we are fortunate in that we have the ability to be agile in developing a new course offering for our clients. Our courses allow us to share our diverse experience and skills with the world. We have the platforms and network to do this digitally.” 

The Warships 101 e-Learning course are available from 20 May 2020.


About BMT:

BMT is an international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, working principally in the defence, energy and environment, marine risk and insurance, maritime transport and ports and logistics sectors. BMT invests significantly in research. Its customers are served through a network of international subsidiary companies. The group’s assets are held in beneficial ownership for its staff. w: