The ROV Pilot Technician education provides professional development for professionals who want to work on (ROV) within maritime industry and achieve professional skills required for a successful career as a commercial ROV Pilot.
The Rov Pilot course complies the IMCA guide lines.
The course is developed for groups of three people for twelve days of intensive training followed by a one day for the final audit and test.
Courses schedule and agenda
Our next ROV Training program will be available on from the 25th February – 11th March, 2019
8:00 –12:00 pm ( morning Session)
12:00 – 13:00 pm (lunch)
13:00 – 15:00 pm (afternoon session)
15:00 – 19:00 pm (Additional optional pilot hours)
Our ROV Courses abide by the following guide lines:
- IMCA C 005 rev.3 – Competence Assurance & Assessment.
- IMCA R 04 ROV Pilot Technician Grade II.
Course content points:
R/R04/000/01/01 Safety Awareness
- Basic understanding of regulations Ability to locate all relevant health, safety and quality procedures at the worksite
- Participated in an offshore safety induction
- Has read and demonstrated an understanding of company safety management system
- Ability to follow safety instructions and use appropriate safety equipment for deck and worksite operations
- Ability to identify different areas in the workplace and the hazards associated with each
R/R04/000/01/02 Teamwork and Co-operation
- Establishment and maintenance of good working relationships
- Ability to recognise personal limitations and request assistance from others when necessary without undue disruption and willing to offer assistance when needed
- Use of clear, concise and correct verbal communications with supervisor
R/R04/000/01/03 Emergency Procedures
- Read and demonstrated an understanding of company emergency procedure documents and where to find them.
- Ability to raise alarm and to alert others.
- Ability to describe own role in emergency situations and that of colleagues .
R/R04/000/01/04 Piloting Skills
- Demonstrates ability to navigate an ROV to the work site, demonstrating spatial awareness of umbilical positions, turns and loads on at least three different occasions.
- Is able to describe the function of standard ROV controls to demonstrate their use in navigating the ROV.
R/R04/000/01/05 ROV Systems
- Understands power up / power down safety sequence
- Assistance with the completion of pre-dive checks of an ROV
- Assistance with the launch of an ROV in normal environmental conditions
- Assistance with completion of post-dive checks of an ROV
R/R04/000/01/06 Preventative Maintenance
- Ability to describe why and when planned maintenance is needed
- Assistance in preparing work area
- Ability to determine what system isolations are required at the work area
- Ability to determine relevant tools for work to be undertaken, under supervision
R/R04/000/01/07 Safe Operating Techniques
- Ability to describe correct / safe operation of launching system
- Ability to describe roles of ROV team members during launch and recovery operations
- Ability of describe environmental effect of and limitations to launch and recovery operations
R/R04/000/01/08 Navigational Ability
- Ability to utilise navigational aids in order to direct and assist in piloting ROV
- Ability to describe how sonar is used in navigation
- Ability to describe how acoustic positioning systems are used in ROV systems
- Ability to change range/scale to suit operation taking place
- Records ROV dive information onto dive logs
- Records video information onto video tape in the required format
- Audio dubs video material in real time utilising correct terminology and specified procedures
R/R04/000/01/10 Technical Ability
- Ability to identify all components on a typical hydraulic system and describe their function
- Ability to identify all components on a typical ROV electrical system and describe their functions
- Ability to identify the correct component for change out
- Ability to assemble tools needed in change out, including personal protective equipment