|Marine Solutions offers a standard three week ROV Pilot / Technician course that is based on the IMCA syllabus. Upon successful completion of this course, the newly qualified Pilot / Technician II will have the skills and knowledge required for a successful career as a pilot.
|Principle objectives of the course:
To provide knowledge of the ROV industry, as required by Pilot / Technicians, with due emphasis on safety, operational conditions, piloting skills and technical ability.
Candidates should have a "Technical Background" which can be made up of the relevant qualifications and / or experience. Prior knowledge of offshore or ROV industries, although recommended, are not required.
The term Technical Background includes but is not limited to the following areas of expertise
|This course will cover all aspects of an offshore ROV operation including:
- Seamanship and offshore safety
- Types of ROV's and their applications
- Offshore platforms and structures
- Electrical systems
- Mechanical systems
- Hydraulic systems
- Servicing, maintenance and fault finding
- Mobilization and Demobilization
- Pre and post dive checks
- Piloting principles
- Tether management
- Buoyancy & drag
- Navigation, observation and communications
- Underwater cameras, video systems
- Sonar principles and operation
|Facilities & Equipment
|Marine Solutions currently own / co-own 5 ROV's ranging from a VideoRay Pro 3XE GTO through to a Cougar XT complete with TMS and a Launch & recovery system.
The training facilities include a fully equipped lecture room and a comprehensive engineering workshop.
The practical and operational training is carried out on actual ROV equipment.
The in water ROV training will be conducted in either an operational harbour or a dive site containing underwater structures, with depths up to 60 meters.
A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course
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