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Dynamic Positioning Operator Courses
Dynamic Positioning Operator Courses Basic (Induction) and Advanced (Simulator) Australian Maritime College, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia • Kongsberg K-Pos dual redundant system • Theory and elements of a DP system • Reference systems • Special functions and applications • Watchkeeping and operational proceedures • Control modes and functions • Simulated scenarios Dynamic Positioning Operator Courses Basic (Induction) and Advanced (Simulator) AMC Search is the commercial arm of the Australian Maritime College (AMC). It provides the only Dynamic Positioning (DP) courses in Australia that are accredited by the Nautical Institute. Course participants must attend both Course content Advanced (Simulator) courses at DP training facilities approved • Introduction to Advanced DP Basic (Induction) by the Nautical Institute, although not • DP practice and procedures • Theory of DP operation necessarily at the same facility for each • DP operation • Elements of a DP system course. They must also meet the Nautical • Control modes and functions • Operation of DP facilities Institute’s DP operator sea time experience • Controls and indicators • Position reference systems requirements in order to become certified • Simulated scenarios • Special functions and applications of DP operators. Details are available on the Duration: 5 days Institute’s website: www.nautinst.org DP systems Aim: To provide participants with a range of Accommodation for course participants is • Power generation and management practical DP operation experience, including available on AMC’s campus, Launceston, • Watchkeeping and operational planning, procedures, risk assessment and Tasmania, Australia, at economical rates. procedures problem solving in various operational and Duration: 5 days environmental conditions. Aim: To provide the basic theoretical and Realistic scenarios, faults and failure modes practical knowledge to satisfy the Nautical are created using the Kongsberg K-Pos DP Institute requirements for phase one. Simulator. Upon completion of the Basic course, the Phase two of the Nautical Institute training participant completes a minimum of 30 days program is undertaken upon the completion operational familiarisation onboard a DP of the Basic course, followed by practical vessel, which is documented in their logbook. experience. For further information contact: Mrs Catherine Wilson Short Course and Promotions Manager AMC Search Ltd rethink environmental print 36224 Phone: +61 3 6335 4852 Email: C.Wilson@amc.edu.au URL: www.amcsearch.com.au
"Dynamic Positioning Operator Courses"