Triton

SCHEDULE
12 courses per year, 1 course per month

DURATION
Basic – 1 Day
Intermediate – 2 Days
Advanced – 3 Days

TARGET AUDIENCE
Beginner & Intermediate – Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand Jack Up Operations, and the key principles related to the use of Self Elevating Platforms.
Advanced – Management and operational personnel from Rig Operators, Engineers, Offshore Consultants, and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to the marine operation of a Jack-Up installation.
Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE & Logistics

COURSE AIMS
To introduce participants to the theoretical and practical considerations for safely moving a Jack-Up unit from one location to another.
The purpose of this course is to give an understanding of safe rig move and jacking operations for Jack Ups in theory and practice. Practical exercises will be completed in an advanced online Jack Up simulator.

COURSE CONTENT
Jack Up Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU)
Jacking System
Jack Up Relocation Activities
Preparation
Risk Assessment
Methodology
Typical Jack Up Rig Relocation
Heavy Lift Jack Up Rig Relocation
Mooring Equipment
Certification, Documentation and Competence
Incidents and Accidents
Simulated Exercises (Intermediate)
Simulated Exercises (Advanced)
Advances Subjects and Additional Training

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use personal laptops
Online Virtual – Access to Laptop and WIFI (1MB Minimum)

SCHEDULE
12 courses per year, 1 course per month

DURATION
Basic – 1 Day
Intermediate – 2 Days
Advanced – 3 Days

TARGET AUDIENCE
Beginner & Intermediate – Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand Semi-Submersible Operations, and the key principles related to the use of floating MODU’s.

Advanced – Management and operational personnel from Rig Operators, Engineers, Offshore Consultants, and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to the marine operation of a Semi-Submersible installation.

Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE & Logistics

COURSE AIMS
To introduce participants to the theoretical and practical considerations for safely moving a Semi-Submersible unit from one location to another.

COURSE CONTENT
Semi-Submersible Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU)
Semi-Submersible Relocation Activities
Preparation
Risk Assessment
Methodology
Typical Semi-Submersible Rig Relocation
Heavy Lift Semi-Submersible Rig Relocation
Mooring System Fundamentals
Mooring Equipment
Certification, Documentation and Competence
Incidents and Accidents
Simulated Exercises (Intermediate)
Simulated Exercises (Advanced)
Advances Subjects and Additional Training

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use personal laptops
Online Virtual – Access to Laptop and WIFI (1MB Minimum)

SCHEDULE
12 courses per year, 1 course per month

DURATION
Basic – 1 Day
Intermediate – 2 Days
Advanced – 3 Days

TARGET AUDIENCE
Beginner & Intermediate – Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand DP Operations, and the key principles related to DP Operations.

Advanced – Management and operational personnel from Operators, Engineers, Offshore Consultants and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to the marine operation of DP Vessels.
Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE & Logistics

COURSE AIMS
Define the principles of DP, recognise the component parts of a DP system, understand the relationship between vessel movement, position reference systems, sensors, computers, propulsion units and feedback, understand the concept of redundancy, understand the DP modes of Control, describe the operation of sensors and common position reference systems, Describe the operation of computers, Describe propulsion units, types and configurations, Understand power supply, redundancy and management, Practice communication and watch handover procedures.

COURSE CONTENT
Introduction to DP Fundamentals
Theory of DP Operations
DP Class
DP Manning
DP Checklists
DP Incidents
DP Exercises (Intermediate)
DP Exercises (Advanced)
Advances Subjects and Additional Training

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use personal laptops
Online Virtual – Access to Laptop and WIFI (1MB Minimum)

SCHEDULE
12 courses per year, 1 course per month

DURATION
Basic – 1 Day
Intermediate – 2 Days
Advanced – 3 Days

TARGET AUDIENCE
Beginner & Intermediate – Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand FPSO Operations, and the key principles related to the use of floating MODU’s.
Advanced – Management and operational personnel from FPSO Operators, Engineers, Offshore Consultants and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to the marine operation of FPSO installations.
Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE, Logistics

COURSE AIMS
To introduce delegates to the theoretical and practical considerations of the Marine Operations on an FPSO and the background and on-going development of these units.

COURSE CONTENT
History and types of units
Moorings and Subsea layouts Loading and Oil Storage
Stability and Hull Stresses
Shuttle Tanker Operations and Offloading
Preparations for Tank Entry
Environmental Protection & Safety Case
Maintenance
Advances Subjects and Additional Training

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use personal laptops
Online Virtual – Access to Laptop and WIFI (1MB Minimum)

SCHEDULE
24 courses per year, 2 courses per month

DURATION
Overview – 1 Day
Advanced – 2 Days

TARGET AUDIENCE
Beginner & Intermediate – Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand Control Room Operations, and the key principles related to this task.

Advanced – Management and operational personnel from various Operators, Assets Owners, Engineers, Offshore Consultants and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to Control Room Operations.
Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE & Logistics

COURSE AIMS
To raise awareness, share knowledge and assess delegates performance in controlling emergencies and critical situations, in the position of a trainee CRO or CRO.

COURSE CONTENT
Decision Making
Effective Communication
Assertiveness Skills
Situational Awareness during Stressful & Time Critical Events
Practice scenarios

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use personal laptops
Online Virtual – Access to Laptop and WIFI (1MB Minimum)

SCHEDULE
24 courses per year, 2 courses per month

DURATION
Overview – 1 Day

TARGET AUDIENCE
“Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand complex Operations, and the key princliples related to Major Emergency Management Offshore.
Management and operational personnel from Operators, Engineers, Offshore Consultants and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to Major Emergency Management Offshore.
The course is designed for those who are destined to assume the role of EM or a member of the Emergency Management Team (EMT) in an emergency or anyone from a high-risk industry who needs to understand more about the management of major emergencies.
Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE & Logistics

COURSE AIMS
To provide a framework of which to develop self-confidence and self-control in a pressurised environment during stressful situations as encountered in an emergency management situation. Develop participants key skills including effective decision-making and provide the opportunity to participate and understanding the importance of a competent MEM team, facing a major emergency as both a Team Member and as the Emergency Manager (EM).

COURSE CONTENT
What is Major Emergency Management
A Major Emergency Management Centre
Key Members of a Major Emergency Management Team
Preparation and On-going Training
Assessing an Emergency Situation
Action Vs Reaction
Effective Communication
Delegation of Authority
Managing Teams

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use personal laptops
Online Virtual – Access to Laptop and WIFI (1MB Minimum)

SCHEDULE
24 courses per year, 2 courses per month

DURATION
Overview – 1 Day

TARGET AUDIENCE
Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand complex Operations, and the key principles related to the use of the Permit to Work system.
Management and operational personnel from Operators, Engineers, Offshore Consultants and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to the Permit to Work system.
Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE & Logistics

COURSE AIMS
To raise awareness, share knowledge and assess delegates understanding of the Permit to Work process.

COURSE CONTENT
Why Permit to Work Exists
Legal Requirements and Obligations
Permit to Work Process
Roles & Responsibilities
Managing Multiple Permits
Generic and Specific Permits
Permit to Work System Review

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use persona

SCHEDULE
24 courses per year, 2 courses per month

DURATION
Overview – 1 Day

TARGET AUDIENCE
Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand complex Operations, and the key principles related to Risk Management
Management and operational personnel from Operators, Engineers, Offshore Consultants, and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to Risk Management

Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE & Logistics

COURSE AIMS
To give all personnel an understanding of the causes of accidents in the workplace and the action that is required both in the long and short term to minimise the effects of such accidents/incidents. To enable delegates to identify actual or potential hazards in the workplace, and to assess the risk from these actual/potential hazards, in order for them to initiate an action plan to minimise the dangers from them. Ensuring that delegates understand the important points of law affecting accident prevention and explain some of the effects and consequences of legislation.

COURSE CONTENT
Why Risk Assess
Legal Requirements and Obligations
Capturing and Recording Risks
Control Measure Hierarchy
Safe Working Practices & Procedures
Generic Risk Assessment
Risk Assessment System Review

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use personal laptops

SCHEDULE
24 courses per year, 2 courses per month

DURATION
Overview – 1 Day

TARGET AUDIENCE
Both Mariners and Non-Mariners who wish to understand complex Operations, and the key principles related to the Management of Change process.

Management and operational personnel from Operators, Engineers, Offshore Consultants and other personnel requiring information and instruction relevant to the Management of Change process.

Recommended for: Projects, Operations, HSE & Logistics

COURSE AIMS
To raise awareness, share knowledge and assess delegates understanding of the Management of Change process.

COURSE CONTENT
What is Management of Change
Legal Requirements and Obligations
Recognizing Changes Reviewing Hazards
Implementing a Change
Safety Review
Managing the Process
Risk Assessment System Review

DELIVERY
Classroom – Projector and screen required, students to use personal laptops
Online Virtual – Access to Laptop and WIFI (1MB Minimum)

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