Offshore Crane Operator course consists of 2 days theory on crane mechanism, safety cutouts, load stability and 3 days hands on training on 30 Ton Crane at quayside. Candidate is made to move loads by crane from one barricaded square to another barricaded square. It is ensured that by the end of the training candidate is able to transfer load without touching the barricade chain so as to gain control on how to pickup, steady and avoid swing of the load.
Internationally acceptable IMCA Crane Operator's Logbook for Offshore Vessels is issued to the candidates. Crane Operator Course is conducted as per publicly available API RP 2D / OISD RP 205 / BS 7121 Part 11 guidelines.
Although a high school diploma or its equivalent is the minimum educational requirement for most repair technician position.
Employers may prefer individuals who understand mechanics and who are acquainted with areas.
Those in the associate's degree programs may be required to take a broader curriculum emphasizing mathematics, applied science, communications and writing in addition to core subjects.
Course content designed by considering current job market.
Best suitable for beginners to advanced level users and who learn faster when demonstrated.
Practical assignments at the end of every session.