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E-734 - Offshore Installation

5 days PL/CONST4GB
Level
Proficiency
Audience
  • This course is designed for field engineers and supervisors from the upstream sector that are responsible for the overall management of construction site activities.
Purpose
  • This course provides a thorough understanding of offshore installation and works, management challenges and control tools.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • differentiate among the various installation processes,
  • apply installation management skills,
  • monitor and control quality and schedule during installation.
Prerequisite
  • No prerequisites for this course.
Ways and means
  • This course is illustrated by:
  • Exercises for each step of the construction progress,
  • Numerous examples taken from Oil & Gas construction activities.
Observation
This module is part of the courses E-730 and E-780, which may be validated, upon request, after all modules have been completed. The content may be customized upon client request. Durations serve as a guide and may vary depending on course organization, knowledge of the group of trainees and the client’s request.

Offshore installation preparation 1 day
  • Preparation of offshore operations, load-out, quay fitting, dredging.
Offshore installation environment 1 day
  • Load out methods: lifting, skidding, rolling.
  • Marine warranty surveys.
  • Sea fastening.
  • Transportation barges.
Offshore installation 1 day
  • Installation operations: offshore, deep offshore. Anchoring, positioning.
Naval spreads 1 day
  • Construction vessels: surveys, diving, ROV, multi-purpose support vessels, heavy lift, pipelay, tugs, supply boats, flotels.
Offshore works management 1 day
  • Hook-up, precommissioning.
  • Offshore organization: stakeholders, organization chart, POB (Personnel On Board) control.