Offshore Stability & Ballast Control For Semi-submersibles ( Stability 2)
|05 Aug - 08 Aug 2019||08:30 - 16:30||£1,199.00 + VAT||North East Scotland College||6|
|26 Aug - 29 Aug 2019||08:30 - 16:30||£1,199.00 + VAT||North East Scotland College||7|
|07 Oct - 10 Oct 2019||08:30 - 16:30||£1,199.00 + VAT||North East Scotland College||7|
|09 Dec - 12 Dec 2019||08:30 - 16:30||£1,199.00 + VAT||North East Scotland College||8|
About this course
Personnel who will be involved in Ballast Control operations and who satisfy the entry requirements detailed below, and who need to progress to the Ballast Control Simulator course.
Course Length (Days)
4 inc exam
To provide an understanding of the response of column-stabilised floating units to loading and environmental forces and damage control.
- Hydrostatic parameters
- List and trim
- Damaged stability
- Deck loading
- Motions in a seaway
- Mooring system effects
- Ballast control
- Operating procedures
- Daily loading reports.
IADC/ASET Certification is recognized internationally by the offshore Oil and Gas industry. An ASET/IADC DIT Certificate will be issued on successful completion of this course and examination. The course meets the second part of the previous IADC Comprehensive Stability Programme 'A'. The certificate issued will comply with the requirements of the United Kingdom and Canada; US Coast Guard (USCG) and the International Maritime Organization (lMO).
Minimum Instructor Qualification/Experience
Instructor will have two of the following Qualifications:
>>Class 1 (Master Mariner)
>> Instructors accredited by IADC
Min/Max Number of Delegates Required per Event
Times of Training
08:00 to 16:30.
Course duration and times may vary depending on delegate numbers.
Delegates must provide ASET Stability Theory (Stability 1) Certificate prior to acceptance on the course, or possess class 1 (Master Mariner) or class 2. Alternatively an appropriate deck qualification meeting STCW95, eg Officer of the Watch or higher.
North East Scotland College, Aberdeen City Campus Gallowgate, Aberdeen AB25 1BN.
Notes to Clients
This course complies with the IMO requirement A.1079(28) for the selection and training of Ballast Control Operators. This certificate will comply with regulations in the United Kingdom and Canada; US Coast Guard (USCG) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The completion of this course is a prerequisite to gaining entry to the Ballast Control Simulator Course (Stability 3).
Delegates will be required to pass an assessment prior to the issue of a certificate. Failure to meet these criteria will affect your Certification.
With the closure of the IADC Ballast Control Operator Certification scheme, ASET has accredited the course under the IADC Drilling Industry Training Accreditation scheme.To set up a course specifically for your company or if the dates above are not suitable please contact us for additional dates.
Very informative, well presented
Wood Group PSN Ltd
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