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Offshore Crane Advanced

Course code: KOL-050
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 24 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The course will enable the participants to handle normal as well as critical operations i.e.
• Communication
• Planning
• Use of crane emergency equipment
• Various lift operations under pressure
• Choice of correct actions if unwanted incidents occur

CONTENT

Theoretical part:
• Laws and regulations
• The safety functions of the crane
• The safe operation of offshore cranes
• Human factors
Simulator exercises:
• Operational limitations of crane operations
• Communication during crane operations
• Preparation and planning of crane operations
• Internal transport on the installation
• Loading and unloading supply vessels
• Transport of personnel
• Crane operation on various installations (fixed/ floating)

LEARNING PROCESS

This course is designed to enable crane operators/trainees on various installations the knowledge, understanding and skills within emergency situations of crane operations.

This is achieved through in-depth exercises on a full scale crane DNV GL Class A simulator, supported by a program of lectures and instruction.

The theory will cover communications, procedures, crane safety systems and operational scenarios at various installations during different weather conditions.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

References: NORSOK R003

The course can be personalised to suit company specific needs e.g. the use of specific installations and selected scenarios.

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

Offshore loading Phase 3

Course code: KOL-054
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 26 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The phase 3 course is a refresher course and focuses on experience exchange. The course repeats elements from the phase 2 with regards to handling shuttle tankers in close proximity to loading buoys.

The objective is to learn from the experiences of colleagues, and in such a way achieve optimal skills and understanding on how to handle a shuttle tanker in DP mode. The course participants will also be introduced to new developments within DP as for example reference systems, software versions, new loadingconcepts, updated procedures etc.

CONTENT

• Discussions on unwanted incidents involving shuttle tankers
• Focus on the proper use of procedures relating to diffferent oil fields and the use of DP checklists
• The latest development and statistics in Shuttle Tankers DP incidents
• The latest development of offshore loading manuals and development of new Oil fields
• The latest development of positions reference systems for DP and correct use of them
• Repetition of MCRM (Maritime Crew Recourse Management). Principles for teamwork
• The latest editions of competence requirements and guidelines

LEARNING PROCESS

All approaches to the loading buoys are carried out by using Dynamic Positioning Systems, according to procedures. 

Simulations also include reconstruction of known DP incidents involving shuttle tankers. The complexity of these exercises will be based on the experience of the person “in charge” on the bridge simulator.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

References:
• Equinor Competence Requirements for Shuttle Tanker Personnel, WR 2394
• OGUK Tandem Loading Guidelines Volume 1
• Teekay Competence Requirements, SP 0961

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued on successful completion of the course. 

Course code: KON-001
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 16 hours
Language: English
Price: From NOK 17000,-

In-depth training on a full-scale DNV GL Class A crane simulator, supported by a program of lectures and instruction. The course covers various types of loads and external forces affecting the load on crane and vessel.

The course can be adapted to suit company-specific needs regarding the choice of loading / unloading procedures and exercises.

This course will give the candidates basic knowledge, understanding and practical skills within:

- Lifting operations
- Forces
- Communication
- Planning
- Procedures
- Limitations
- Safety functions 
- Start / stop procedures 
- Operational limitations of crane operations 
- Communication during crane operations 
- Preparation and planning of crane operations 
- Internal transport on the installation 
- Loading and unloading supply vessels 
- Crane operation on various fixed and floating installations

DPO Start

Course code: KOL-046
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 32 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the course the students should have achieved:

• Thorough knowledge  of the practical aspects of DP Operations
• Capability  to plan and conduct any DP Operation, including risk assessment, contingency planning and assessment of vessel capability
• Ability to undertake any operation with due regard to all circumstances of seamanship and operational requirements
• Ability to react correctly to any circumstances which constitute  or could lead to a catastrophic failure

CONTENT

• Study of DP incidents
• Construction  and use of work site diagrams, charts and vessel templates for use in DP operations
• Preparation  of plans for a projected DP operation, contingency plans for expected deviations and emergencies
• Participation  in simulated situations in a variety of DP operations while handling routine and emergency situations
• Risk  and safety analysis, and defining DP equipment classes
• The  DP system’s utilisation of position measurements,and tests on position reference systems.  

LEARNING PROCESS

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises. The  participants will work with practical scenarios based on real operations, training on planning and executing specified operations under varying simulated conditions, including emergency handling on DNVGL Class A or B approved simulators.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

References:
• IMCA M 117
• IMO MSC Circ.738
• DNV GL RP 0007
• DNV GL ST 0023

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

K-Load LODIC Operator

Course code: KOL-058
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 15 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After the course the participant is able to:
• Operate the system
• Understand the basic principles of stability
• Safe vessel operation and utilization of load capacity

CONTENT

Themes in the course are:
• Basic stability theory
• System setup and configuration
• Basic operation and understanding of the system
• Intact stability and utilization of vessel capacity
• Damage stability with emergency response

LEARNING PROCESS

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises. Each participant will use a PC with necessary software installed to do training cases. 

SPECIAL INFORMATION

This course is done on a demo ship with a generic software.

CERTIFICATE

Certificate of attendance will be issued upon completion of the course.

Course code: KON-003
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 34 hours
Language: Norwegian and English
Price: From NOK 26500,-

This course is intended for Dynamic Positioning Operators (DPO) with a certificate from the Nautical Institute that are unable to revalidate their DPO certificate due to insufficient DP sea time.

By the end of the course the participants shall:

- Have acquired knowledge of the latest rules and regulations
- Have acquired knowledge of the latest developments within sensors and Position Reference Systems (PRS)
- Have acquired knowledge of the latest relevant DP incidents and why they occurred
- Be able to recognize the various alarm, warning and information messages
- Carry out operational planning, risk assessment and hazard identification tasks
- Set up the DP system for a particular task/operation
- Decide on courses of action because of system failure


The course is conducted as classroom training, combining theoretical presentation  and practical work/discussion with exercises in simulator and guidance. For practical capabilities and skills, exercises are performed in fully equipped DP simulator. This course will fulfil the revalidation learning objectives as specified by Nautical institute.

 

DP Simulator

Course code: KOL-040
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 28 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After the course, the successful participants are able to:

• Carry out operational planning, risk assessment and hazard identification tasks
• Set up the DP system for a particular task
• Operate the communications
• Analyse the trends
• Discuss systems failures
• Decide on courses of action because of systems failures
• React to alarms and printer readout
• Initiate DP Alert status alarms
• React to all events occurring
• Operate the desk under normal and pressured conditions
• Practice effective teamwork
• Apply the lessons learned to date
• ASOGs

CONTENT

• Study of DP incidents
• Construction and use of work site diagrams, charts and vessel templates for use in DP operations
• Preparation of plans for a projected DP operation, contingency plans for expected deviations and emergencies
• Participation in simulated situations in a variety of DP operations while handling routine and emergency situations
• Risk and safety analysis, and defining DP equipment classes
• The DP system’s utilization of position measurements, and tests on position reference systems

LEARNING PROCESS

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises. The participants will work with practical scenarios based on real operations, training on planning and executing specified operations under varying simulated conditions, including emergency handling

SPECIAL INFORMATION

The DP Simulator course is phase C of the Nautical Institute (NI) DP Operator Certification Scheme.

The course will be entered into the NI Dynamic  Positioning Operator’s Log Book.

CERTIFICATE

A certificate acceditated by the Nautical Institute will be issued on succcessful completion of the course.

DPO Preparation

Course code: KOL-045
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 32 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course, the aim is that the participant should have acquired knowledge of the principles of Dynamic Positioning.

• Set up a dynamic positioning system and have an understanding of the practical operation of associated equipment including position referencing systems
• Recognise and respond to the various alarms, warning and information messages
• Relate the DP installation to the ship’s system e.g. power supply, manoeuvring facility, available position referencing systems and nature of work
• Relate DP Operations to the existing environmental conditions of wind, sea state, current and vessel movement

CONTENT

• Definition of DP, elements of the DP system, DP systems redundancy, and Class Requirements
• Functions of the DP system, and DP principles
• Different types of DP vessels and DP operations, sensors and use of sensor inputs
• Introduction to position reference systems and the DP system’s use of position measurements
• Vessel capability, DP consequence analysis and DP capability analysis
• Thrusters and manoeuvring systems
• Power systems and Blackout Prevention
• Operational procedures for DP operation, and procedures for operating the DP system
• Study of DP incidents
• Principal use of the DP system

LEARNING PROCESS

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises. During the course each participant will have his own operator station with generic DP software.

REFERENCES

IMCA Guidelines IMCA M 117, IMO MSC Circ. 738 and DNV GLST- 0023-2014-04.

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

DPO Shuttle Tanker

Course code: KOL-044
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 24 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This course aim to provide Navigators on Shuttle Tankers knowledge and skills to be a certified DPO in offshore Loading Operations.

By the end of the course the students should have:

• Acquired a thorough knowledge of the various type of Offloading Operations, i.e. OLS (Offshore Loading System), SAL (Single Anchor Loading), Tandem loading from FPSO’s and FSU’s and DSL (Direct Shuttle Loading)
• The capability to operate the DP System in various
• modes associated with offshore loading operations; i.e. Joystick, Auto Pos, Approach, Weather Wane
• The ability to carry out any Offshore Loading Operation according to field procedures, guidelines and to best practice.
• The ability to react correctly to any unforeseen DP incident in order to avoid a disaster

CONTENT

• Simulator exercises
• Briefing and de-briefing of a variety of relevant exercises according to the actual field procedures
• Shuttle Tanker competence and training requirements
• Basic Human Factors

LEARNING PROCESS

All Offshore Loading exercises will be carried out on a Full Scale Visual DNV GL Approved DP Class A simulator, being able to simulate all types of operation listed as learning objectives.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

References:
• DNV GL, Standard for Certification no. 0023
• DNV GL, Standard for Certification no. 0008
• DNV GL, RP-0007

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

DPO Certification Exam Shuttle Tanker

Course code: KOL-049
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 1 day (Theoretical ...
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

EXAM OBJECTIVES

This exam tests the skills and competence of a DPO against the requirements given in the competence standard DNV-GL Notation AJ/DPA-WV.

The examination is a thorough test to cover the most important competences for DPO’s irrespective of type of vessel, trade or activity. The test measures how well operation of equipment, duties and tasks are performed, all in compliance with relevant international, national and local regulations and requirements.

EXAM AND CERTIFICATION PROCESS

The test center will upon receipt of the application formsend a notification containing the following:

• Exam date and time
• Exam place
• Terms & conditions
• Recertification requirements
• DNV GL standard for certification ST-0023
• Standard for certification 0032, Appendix A: Examination regulations
• Time schedule for examination

SPECIAL INFORMATION

• DNV GL Standard for certification ST-0032 - Test centre for certification of personnel
• DNV GL standard for certification ST-0033 - Maritime simulator systems
• DNV GL standard for certification ST-0023 - Competence of Dynamic Positioning Operators

DPO Experience

Course code: KOL-047
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 38 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The objective of this course is to give the trainee DPOs as much hands-on experience as possible in the time available. This is achieved by running the candidates through intensive simulator training whilst being exposed to environmental and technical worst case scenarios. This will increase the candidate’s operational skills and knowledge in DP Operations.

CONTENT

• All the exercises are carried out on a full scale ship simulator
• DP operations planning and watch keeping procedures
• Handling of position reference systems
• Handling of various propulsion systems
• Repetition of various theoretical topics from the DPO
• Preparation and DPO Start courses upon request from course participants

LEARNING PROCESS

This course is designed to give the trainee DPO extensive hands-on training in the use of the DP in a number of varied worst case scenarios. Candidates for the DPO Experience volume training course must have completed the DPO Preparation and the DPO Start courses, or be able to document equivalent competence.

LEARNING PROCESS

This course is designed to give the trainee DPO extensive hands-on training in the use of the DP in a number of varied worst case scenarios. Candidates for the DPO Experience volume training course must have completed the DPO Preparation and the DPO Start courses, or be able to document equivalent competence.

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

Offshore Crane Basic

Course code: KOL-051
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 16 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The course aim to give knowledge, understanding and practical skills within:
• Operations
• Forces
• Communication
• Planning

CONTENT

• Safety functions
• Start / stop procedures
• Operational limitations of crane operations
• Communication during crane operations
• Preparation and planning of crane operations
• Internal transport on the installation
• Loading and unloading supply vessels
• Crane operation on various fixed and floating installations

LEARNING PROCESS

The purpose of this course is to give operators and others involved in lifting operations the basic knowledge, understanding and skills.

This is achieved through an in-depth period of training on a full-scale DNV GL Class A crane simulator, supported by a program of lectures and instruction.

Study will cover dierent types of loads and external forces affecting the load on crane and boat.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

References: NORSOK R003

The course can be adjusted to suit company specific needs regarding the choice of unloading/loading procedures.

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

Course code: KON-002
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 24 hours
Language: Norwegian and English
Price: From NOK 20000,-

This course is a mandatory retraining course according to NORSOK R003 to provide G5 crane operators with knowledge, understanding and skills in emergency situations of crane operations. The course includes in-depth exercises on a full scale DNV GL Class A crane simulator, supported by a program of lectures and instruction.

The course can be adapted to suit company specific needs, i.e. by using company specific loading/unloading procedures.

The course will enable the participants to handle normal  as well as critical operations i.e.

- Communication
- Planning
 -Use of crane emergency equipment
- Various lift operations under pressure
- Choice of correct actions if unwanted incidents occur

 

Theory:

- Laws and regulations 
- The safety functions of the crane 
- The safe operation of offshore cranes
- Human factors

 

Simulator exercises: 

- Operational limitations of crane operations 
- Communication during crane operations 
- Preparation and planning of crane operations 
- Internal transport on the installation 
- Loading and unloading supply vessels 
- Transport of personnel 
- Crane operation on various installations (fixed/floating)

DP Induction

Course code: KOL-039
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 28 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After the course, the successful participants are able to:

• Define the principles of DP
• Recognise the component parts of a DP system
• Understand the relationship between vessel movement  position reference systems, sensors, computers propulsion units and feedback
• Understand the concept of redundancy
• Understand the DP modes of control
• Describe the operation of sensors and common position reference systems
• Describe propulsion units, types and configurations
• Understand power supply, redundancy and management
• Practice communication and watch handover procedures

CONTENT

• Definition of DP, elements of the DP system, DP systems redundancy, and Class Requirements
• Functions of the DP system, and DP principles
• Different types of DP vessels and DP operations, sensors and use of sensor inputs
• Introduction to position reference systems and the DP system’s use of position measurements
• Vessel capability, DP consequence analysis and DP capability analysis
• Thrusters and manoeuvring systems
• Power systems and Blackout Prevention
• Operational procedures for DP operation, and procedures for operating the DP system
• Study of DP incidents
• Principal use of the DP system

LEARNING PROCESS

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises. During the course each participant will have his own operator station with generic DP software.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

The DP Induction course is the first phase of the Nautical Institute (NI) DP Operator Certification Scheme. The course participants will be issued with the NI Dynamic Positioning Operator’s Log Book upon successful completion of the DP Induction Course.

This course is according to the system specific competence requirements in IMO STCW Regulations I/14 1.5, Part A-I/14 2.1.1, part B V/f 6 and IMCA M117.

CERTIFICATE

A certificate accreditated by the Nautical Institute will be issued on succcessful completion of the course.

K-Bridge Operator incl. ECDIS Fam.

Course code: KOL-056
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 24 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After the successful completion of the course, the participant should be able to:
• Explain the basic functionality of the K-Bridge system
• Operate the K-Bridge integrated navigation system
• Use the system in a safe and efficient mode
• Understand the K-Bridge system overview
• Operate  the system with all available functions in order to navigate safely under all conditions
• Explain the system’s menu structure
• Explain and utilize the system’s display setup
• Set safety values
• Recognize  alarms and malfunction indicators and actions to be taken
• Planning, validating and monitoring routes
• Change over to back up systems
• Install and update charts and licenses

CONTENT

• K-Bridge integrated navigation system
• Main system components and functionality
• Basic operation of K-RADAR, K-ECDIS, K-Conning and K-Autopilot
• Type-specific familiarization training on the K-Bridge ECDIS
• Navigation tools and functions
• Setting of safety parameters
• Sensor input and alarm handling
• Route planning, validation and monitoring
• Charts management
• Charts installation and updates 

LEARNING PROCESS

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons  and practical exercises. The participants will be trained to find information by using the system and obtaincompetence of various applications.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

This course can be held onboard upon request.

CERTIFICATE

The course yields one diploma stating: K-Bridge Operator Course including ECDIS Familiarization.

Offshore loading Phase 1 w/DP Cap

Course code: KOL-052
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 24 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This course aim to improve the participants knowledge, understanding and skills in the following overall learning objective(s):
• Obtain competence of forces involved, related to ship handling in general, and offshore loading in particular
• Obtain competence of planning and manual maneuvering in port, narrow waters and at offshore loading installations
• Obtain competence of the Equinor, Teekay and OGUK’s requirements for training of shuttle tanker personnel
• Improve skills in performing good Bridge Team Cooperation and communication
• Improve competence in use of all propulsion machinery, navigational equipment, steering systems and deck equipment involved

CONTENT

The course content aim to give the participants basic knowledge, understanding and skills of: • Ship handling
• Pivot point
• Propellers/rudders
• Thrusters
• Anchoring
• Waves/currents
• Tugs
• Squat/sink age/interaction
• ROT technique

LEARNING PROCESS

The course is divided into modules and consists of totally nine theoretical lessons and eight selected simulator exercises. Participant learning progress is assessed by concurrent evaluation of it during both theory sessions and simulator exercises.

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued on successful completion of the course.

Shiphandling STS Phase 1

Course code: KOL-055
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 33 Hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This  course aim to provide knowledge, understanding and skills to conduct a safe and professional ship to ship (STS) transfer operations of crude oil, petroleum products, chemicals and liquefied gases, both at sea and in port.

CONTENT

• Introduction to STS
• Operation personnel
• STS Operation Procedure and Check Lists
• Interaction
• Communication
• Fenders
• Mooring
• External Forces
• Anchoring
• STS incidents

LEARNING PROCESS

The  course consists of totally nine theoretical lessons and nine selected simulator exercises. Participant  learning progress assessed by concurrent evaluation during both theory sessions and simulator exercises.

REFERENCES

OCIMF - Ship to ship transfer guide

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

K-Bridge ECDIS Fam.

Course code: KOL-057
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 12 Hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After the successful completion of the course, the participant should be able to:
• Understand the K-Bridge ECDIS system overview
• Operate the system with all available functions in order to  navigate safely under all conditions
• Explain the system’s menu structure
• Explain and utilize the system’s display setup
• Set safety values
• Recognize alarm and malfunction indicators and actions  to be taken
• Planning and validating routes
• Monitor routes on the system
• Change over to backup systems
• Install and update charts and licenses 

CONTENT

• Type-specific familiarization training on the K-Bridge   ECDIS
• Basic operations
• Navigation tools and functions
• Setting of safety parameters
• Sensor inputs and alarm handling
• Route planning, validation and monitoring
• Charts management
• Chart installation and updates

LEARNING PROCESS

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

This course can be held onboard upon request.

CERTIFICATE

The course yields one diploma stating:
•  K-Bridge ECDIS  Familiarisation Course

DPO Specialization Advanced Operations

Course code: KOL-043
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 32 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This course is specifically designed for training future DPO’s on board a large number of offshore vessels.

The course aim to provide the candidates with knowledge and skills as preparation for DNV DPO Advanced Operations exams and certification.

By the end of course the students shall have:

• Acquired a thorough knowledge of the various types of DP operations such as ROV operations, cable laying pipe laying, trenching, dredging and rock-dumping
• The capability to operate the DP in the various modes associated with such operations, i.e. joystick,  auto pos mode, autotrack mode and follow target mode
• Recognize when environmental conditions or system failure  requires DPO to take action to avoid hazardous situations
• The  ability to carry out such operations according to existing operational guidelines and checklists
• The ability  to demonstrate good personal attitudes towards safety in operating DP vessels according to best practice in the industry

CONTENT

Planning,  briefing and de-briefing of various field exercises according to the existing guidelines, regulations, and industry standards. Repetition of necessary DP theory to close any knowledge gap the students may have in these subjects.

LEARNING PROCESS

All DP  exercises will be carried out on a full scale DNV GL Approved DP Class A simulator, using vessels that are equipped according to DP class 2 and 3. The participants will perform both surface and subsea  operations, utilizing the following DP modes: Joystick, Autoposition, Autotrack and Follow target functionalities.

SPECIAL INFORMATION

• DNV GL, Standard for Certification no. 0023
• DNV GL, Standard for Certification no. 0008
• DNV GL, RP-0007
• NMA 201209765-4/813.4.
• GOMO, Guidelines for offshore marine operations, Supply and Rig Move Operations and other relevant guidelines such as IMCA M-117 and other IMCA guidelines

A level test will be conducted before commencing the course.

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

DP Sea Time Reduction

Course code: KOL-041
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 38 hours
Language: English (if not otherw ...
Price: Not set

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The period of supervised DP sea time days after the Simulator Course may be reduced by a maximum of 30 days by the satisfactory completion of an intensive DP Simulator Course.

CONTENT

• Study of DP incidents
• Construction and use of worksite diagrams, Electronic Charts and Vessel templates for use in DP operations
• Preparation of plans for a projected DP operation,contingency plans for expected deviations and emergencies
• Participation in simulated situations in a variety of DP operations while handling routine and emergency situations
• Risk and safety analysis, and defining DP equipmentclasses
• The DP system’s utilization of position

LEARNING PROCESS

The participants will work with practical scenarios based on real operations, training on planning and executing specified operations under varying simulated conditions.

During the operations, typical DP failure modes will be included. Communication with field control, other vessels and the different departments onboard will be included. A rotation plan will be made for participants to act in different roles during the course.

The scenarios will be run on a K-POS DP system Class2, in a full mission simulator environment connected to an advanced simulator control (NI Class A).

SPECIAL INFORMATION

The Sea Time Reduction Course reduces phase D of the Nautical Institute (NI) DP Operator Certification Scheme (watchkeeping experience). The course will be logged into the Nautical Institute DP Operator’s log book and reduce the Watchkeeping Experience requirements by 30 days

CERTIFICATE

Certification of attendance will be issued on succcessful completion of the course.

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