This online course is produced by Subnet Services Ltd and provides a basic introduction to ROV’s and typical operations.The course content is in line with IMCA guidance document ‘R002 Entry level requirements and basic introductory course outline for new remotely operated vehicle personnel’.
- Subsea Equipment
- Typical Offshore Operations / Installations
- Typical Offshore Vessels
- ROV Handling Systems
- ROV History Development & Limitations
- ROV Tooling and Sensor Fits
- Typical Operations
- ROV Lifting Equipment Maintenance Testing & Operation
- ROV Crew Job Titles Qualifications and Competence
- Change Issues and Standards
- Accident Reporting
- Offshore Hazard Identification
- PPE and Safety Awareness
- Safe Working Practices
- Safe Workshop Practice
- Offshore Job Description
Remotely Operated Vehicles are being used more and more as technology and exploration depths increase. It is recommended that all those who may be involved with ROV operations complete this course to have an understanding of these systems and their capabilities.
Participants may include but are not limited to the following:
- Client Representatives
- Offshore Managers
- Field Engineers
- Project Engineers
- Offshore Representatives
- Project Managers
- Operations Managers
- Vessel Managers
There are no prerequisites for this course
Assessment is by a variety of interactive and multiple choice tests which are completed as participant’s progress through the online chapters of each course.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be issued with a certificate from UEL.
All certificates issued by UEL can be verified by searching the online database by entering the certificate number at http://www.underwaterengineering.com/certificate-verification/
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