ROV PILOT PREMIUM COURSE
Built upon the IMCA guidelines R002, R004 and C005, the Commercial ROV Pilot Technician Grade II course delivers training on all the Industry standard competencies and goes further with additional technical competencies.
The Course content is in line with guidance document IMCA R002, R004 and C005
Course Name: ROV Pilot Premium Course
Module Duration: 7 weeks
R/R04/000/01 – Safety
Awareness of legislation
Awareness of company safety management
Knowledge of own role and responsibilities
Basic understanding of regulations
Understanding of company safety
Identification of different areas in the
workplace and the risks associated with each
R/R04/000/02 – Emergency response
Knowledge of emergency procedures
Knowledge of the ROV team members’ roles
Ability to describe own role in emergency
situations and that of colleagues
R/R04/000/03 – Communication and personnel skills
Knowledge and understanding of English
permitting good oral and written
Recognition of personal limitations and
requests assistance from others when
necessary without undue disruption and
willing to offer assistance when needed
R/R04/000/04 – Preventative maintenance
Awareness of requirements
Assistance of colleagues when required with
R/R04/000/05 – Fault finding
Fault finding processes
Identification of hazards that could arise
during fault finding
R/R04/000/06 – Piloting an ROV (piloting/technical)
Describe the function of standard ROV
controls and their use in navigating the ROV
Understanding of use of sonar
Awareness of changes in ranges/scales
Understanding of use of acoustic positioning
systems used by ROVs
R/R04/000/07 – Administration
Understand importance of documentation
Knowledge of company QA and associated
R/R04/000/08 – Technical
Knowledge of fundamentals of ROV system
and subsystems, to include vehicle, launch and
recovery system, and topside control system
Understanding of fundamental hydraulic,
electric and electronic principles
R/R04/000/09 – ROV systems
Testing, maintenance and operation of ROV
system under supervision
Understanding of power up/power down
R/R04/000/10 –Project activities
Understanding of project equipment operation procedures
R/R04/000/11 – Safe operating techniques
Understanding of safety and environmental requirements during launch and recovery and deck operations
Course duration: 7 weeks.
The course program is structured in 250 hours of Training (theory and practical), providing all
the competences required by IMCA guidelines for the training of an ROV Pilot Technician Grade II
plus additional training techniques.
Course Content: The course Content is in line withIMCA Guidance Documents R002, R004 and C005 guidelines http://www.imca-int.com/competence-and-training.aspx and the acquired Competences are Documented and Certified by QSTAR in the "IMCA ROV Personnel Logbook" provided at the end of the Course.
Certificates and IMCA Logbook:
After taking exams and performing the practical training will provide to the trainee an IMCA Record of Competence plus IMCA ROV ROV Personnel Logbook and the following Certificates for:
ROV Familiarization Basic Introductory Module.
ROV Pilot Technician Grade II.
QST1001 (Hydraulics, Electronics & Electricity)
High Voltage Safe Working Practice
7 Functions WCROV Work Class & 5 function Manipulator.
Our courses are designed to ensure that all the necessary skills are gained to help ROV Pilots
Tech. succeed in their career and work playing a good role in the ROV Team.
Note: Regular courses are held in Spanish and English. Closed groups under special arrangement. Write or call us for more details.