We are World Wide Training Establishment Member of the International Marine Contractors Association, IMCA participating in the Remote Systems & ROV Division based the Europe & Africa Section.
This 7 week course is the most comprehensive course to train as an Commercial ROV Pilot Technician Grade II. The ROV Premium Course Includes the ROV Familiarization Basic Introductory Module, Fiber Optics, Hydraulics, Electronics, ROV Pilot Technician Grade II, Safety in High Voltage, Work Class Simulator, 7 Function Work Class Manipulator and additional training competences.
The ROV Pilot Tech. Grade II course is for new participants who want to enter the ROV Professional industry and have an advanced level of electricity and electronics of knowledges or personnel with knowledge of ROV seeking professional Certification and extra knowledge.
This 60 hour duration course provides the necessary knowledge for ROV maintenance, handling and Piloting Skills of Observation Class ROVs used in fish farms, professional diving, oceanography, pipeline inspections, dams, environmental projects, underwater archeology, etc...
IMCA have recommended in their document R002 "It is recommended that new personnel to the ROV industry attend an introductory module before their first trip offshore”.
Familiarization with the procedures and elements used with fiber optics in ROV systems, tools used, fault detection and repair procedures, multimode and single mode, tether and umbilical systems, remarks with 3M ST Hot-melt and Unicam crimp, used accessories, connectors. ..
120 hour course for ROV Pilots Technicians who want to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge of WorkClass ROV Systems (WCROV) and 7-function hydraulic manipulators.
Safety in High Voltage Course for ROV Pilot Technicians who may be involved in maintenance, repair or operations with ROVs that use or can use High Voltage (HV more than 1000 volts).
We offer you the possibility to realize extra flying hours with ROV systems in different environments, from a pier and onboard our ROV service work Vessel simulating real operations in depths from 5 to 600 meters depth, depending on the Pilot experience .
During the time of the internship students will undertake shore-based training in the QSTAR SUBSEA SOLUTIONS ROV services department, as well as gain extra experience performing maintenance, fault-finding, repairs, Launch & Recovery operations and Piloting skills.
45 hour ONLINE course, recommended for staff who are going to work and / or want to become familiar with the Onshore & Offshore industry. English or Spanish language.
IMIST (International Minimum Industry Safety Training) is an OPITO standard which supports the global Oil and Gas Industry to meet safety initiative targets. The IMIST standard ensures that workers have the necessary safety awareness and training to reduce risk and ultimately reduce the number of incidents
Pass to ROV Pilot Technician Grade I, ROV Senior Pilot, ROV Supervisor and ROV Superintendent. The process will depend on your experience and documents that are contributed to validate it.
BOSIET (OPITO standard 5858) stands for basic offshore safety induction and emergency training, a course created to assist in meeting the initial offshore safety training, emergency response training and assessment requirements for personnel new to the offshore oil and gas industry. Now available in Gran Canaria.
Further Offshore Emergency Training (FOET) – OPITO Approved. The aim of the FOET is to provide the delegates with the opportunity to practice and demonstrate emergency response skills which are not possible to practice during drills, exercises and emergency training offshore.