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|17 November - 21 November 2014||08:00 to 15:00/15:00 to 21:30||1500 offshores *|
|24 November - 28 November 2014||08:00 to 15:00/15:00 to 21:30||1500 offshores *||Book online|
|1 December - 5 December 2014||08:00 to 15:00/15:00 to 21:30||1500 offshores *||Book online|
|8 December - 12 December 2014||08:00 to 15:00/15:00 to 21:30||1500 offshores *||Book online|
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|22 December - 26 December 2014||08:00 to 15:00/15:00 to 21:30||1500 offshores *||Book online|
At the end of the course the student should have acquired knowledge of the principles of Dynamic Positioning, be able to set up a dynamic positioning system and have an understanding of the practical operation of associated equipment, including position reference systems. He/she should be able to recognize and respond to the various alarms, warning and information messages. He/she should also be able to relate the DP installation to the ship system, e.g. power supply, maneuvering facility, available position reference systems and nature of work. He/she should also be able to relate DP operations to the existing environmental conditions of wind, sea state, current and vessel movement.
|This course "Dynamic Positioning - Basic / Induction"
is certified by Nautical Institute.
The training is based on the programme as outlined by the recommendations contained in The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) guidelines.
Training is a mix of theoretical sessions and practical exercises on Kongsberg DP stand alone simulators.
Assessment by multiple choice tests. Must be passed with 70% correct answers.
Minimum requirements for entering the DPO scheme are:
Participants must hold either a STCW Regulation II/1 - II/2 - II/3 Deck or a Regulation III/1 – III /2 – III/3 Engine certificate. Valid certificate must be presented on the first day of the course as proof.
Prospective DPO's, who are in the process of training for an STCW certificate can start the DP scheme and complete Induction/basic course and 30 days Familiarization only. The Simulator/Advanced course and watch-keeping training can only be completed after they hold an appropriate STCW certificate of competency. A letter from an employing company or approved college must be presented on the first day of the course as proof.
Participants NOT fulfilling the above are allowed participating on the course, as a 'DP awareness' course. The certificate will state 'DP awareness' only. The course will not be considered as a part of the DP operator training scheme and the participant will not allow for future training.
The course will be conducted in English.