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Aquanaut Marine And Diving Services Pvt. Ltd. provides quality services to the Maritime Industry. We offer a wide range of services i.e. Crew sourcing, Technical management, Chartering, Project executions, Air and Saturation Diving services, Supply of spares and stores and various Offshore related training courses.
Our ‘DP’ training centre i.e. ‘Aquanaut Dynamic Positioning Centre (ADPC)’ is accredited by ‘The Nautical Institute’, UK.
All the courses are conducted on a Full Mission Class A simulator from ‘GE/ Converteam’. ADPC strives to be the leader in providing well trained, skilled and competent personnel to the Offshore Marine Industry.
Aquanaut Marine and Diving Services Pvt. Ltd is the name you can trust to cater to all your Maritime needs.
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DP INDUCTION (BASIC) COURSE – NAUTICAL INSTITUTE (NI) ACCREDITED

Eligibility:
Must hold a valid COC
Duration:
5 Days
Schedule:
Every Monday
The Objectives:
• To define “Dynamic Positioning” (DP) and understand the basic operating principle of Dynamic Positioning
• To be familiarized with the history and back ground of DP evolution
• To be familiarized with the components of the DP system, which include DP Operator, Computer control, Operating station (MMI), Thrusters and propellers, heading reference system, Position reference system, Sensors and Power
• To understand the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) System of projections used in Maps
• To be familiarized with the different types of Position reference systems , used in the DP system, including DGPS (Differential Global Positioning System), GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System), Hydro-acoustic Position Reference (HPR) System, ARTEMIS, Taut Wire Position Reference System, Laser Reference System and Rada-Scan (FM Radio) Reference System
• To understand the Advantages and Disadvantages of the DP system
• To appreciate the DP system’s ability of “Redundancy”
• To be familiarized with the types of DP systems. i.e. Basic & Integrated and their sub types and to understand the Equipment Class of DP
• To understand the basic environmental forces acting on a vessel, and the resultant motions in the vessel.
• To be familiarized with the “Heading reference Systems” used in DP and to understand their function.
• To understand the different types of Environmental sensors used in the DP system including current sensors, wind sensors (anemometer) and motion sensors.
• To understand the different types of Thrusters and Propeller systems that may be found in DP vessels.
• To understand the Power Management System onboard DP vessels.
• To understand DP bridge Procedures
• To Understand the basic operating principles of DP system
• To comprehend the “Mathematical Model” used in the DP system
• To appreciate the forces (Mass and Drag Forces) acting on a vessel
• To be familiarized with the ‘Kalman Filter” that forms part of the DP system
• To understand the factors associated with the DP basic operating system
• To understand the effects of Shallow water, DP operations
• To understand the different Control Modes available in the DP system, including Joystick mode, Auto Position, Auto Pilot mode, Follow Target mode and Auto Track mode.
• To understand factors that may lead to DP incidents (discussion of DP incidents / case studies)

DP SIMULATOR (ADVANCE) COURSE – NAUTICAL INSTITUTE (NI) ACCREDITED
Eligibility:
Criteria 1: With the Induction (Basic) course certificate and having completed 30 DP days on board (For Candidates having attended the Induction course before 31st Decemeber 2014)
Criteria 2: With the Induction (Basic) course certificate and having completed 60 DP days on board (For Candidates having attended the Induction course after 1st January 2015)
Duration:
5 Days
Schedule:
Every Monday
The Objectives:
• To be familiarized with the components of the DP system, which include DP Operator, Computer control,Operating station (MMI), Thrusters and propellers, Heading reference system, Position reference system,Sensors and Power
• To understand the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) System of projections used in Maps
• To be familiarized with the different types of Position reference systems , used in the DP system, including
DGPS (Differential Global Positioning System), GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System), Hydro-acoustic
Position Reference (HPR) System, ARTEMIS, Taut Wire Position Reference System, Laser Reference System
and Rada-Scan (FM Radio) Reference System
• To understand the Advantages and Disadvantages of the DP system
• To appreciate the DP system’s ability of “Redundancy”
• To understand the different types of Environmental sensors used in the DP system including current
sensors, wind sensors (anemometer) and motion sensors.
• To understand the different types of Thrusters and Propeller systems that may be found in DP vessels.
• To understand the Power Management System onboard DP vessels.
• To understand the factors associated with assessment of DP vessel Capabilities, including Capability Plots,
Footprint plots, Sensor and thruster operational limits etc.
• To be familiarized with various DP system Alarms and failures including those associated with
environmental changes and DP system control failure alarms
• To understand Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEAs)
• To understand the different modes of operation available in the DP operating system and their applications
in carrying out various offshore and subsea operations as listed below:
a) FOLLOW TARGET mode in the use of ROV operations and diving operations.
b) AUTO TRACK mode in the use of PIPELAY and CABLE LAY operations.
c) AUTO PILOT or AUTO SAIL mode in the use of navigating the vessel within the oilfield.
d) WEATHER WANE option .
e) Rotating the vessel around various user defined centre of rotations while carrying out various critical
operations.
f) Applications of DP in operations involving SATURATION DIVING.
g) Application of DP in Pipe-lay and Cable-lay operations.
h) Application of DP in ROV support vessels.
i) Application of DP in Drill ships.
j) Application of DP in Shuttle Tankers.
• To appreciate the Safety Procedures associated with DP vessels and DP vessel operations
• To understand factors that may lead to DP incidents (discussion of DP incidents / case studies)
DP MAINTENANCE COURSE
Eligibility:
ETOs and Marine Engineers

Duration:
5 Days

Schedule:
Every Monday
HIGH VOLTAGE COURSE
Eligibility:
ETOs and Marine Engineers
Duration:
3 Days
Schedule:
On Request


BASIC ANCHOR HANDLING COURSE
Eligibility:
Must hold a valid COC
Duration:
3 Days
Schedule:
Every Monday

OFFSHORE VESSEL HANDLING AND MANEUVERING COURSE

Eligibility:
Must hold a valid COC
Duration:
3 Days
Schedule:
Every Monday
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As an Integrated Offshore Services provider, AMDS’s unique Architecture of Deliverance called IOA (Implementation Upon Arrival) delivers speed and execution towards your project deadlines from planning to implementation to completion. keeping stringent safety standards and Quality Assurances in our every step, including contingencies. All Your OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION, MARINE & ENGG requirements will be handled by our Professional Inspection, Maintenance & Repairs Division (IMR).
Our Offshore Services Division includes but not restricted to :
Total Project Management and Engineering with our 3 Cs philosophy of CONNECT – COMMUNICATE – CONCLUDE
Deployment of topside Marine Support from DSV / MSV DP 2 & 3 Vessels including accommodation barges
Negotiations, Procurement, Logistics and Complete Installations of Subsea Pipelines
All Subsea Completion Works
Floating Production Systems / CALM Buoys
SBM / SPM Maintenance, Subsea repairs, Marine Growth Removal and Maintenance Contracts
Underwater Inspection, Repair and Maintenance (IRM) Services
NDT Services Solutions – Surface & Subsea
Installation of J tubes, Templates, Mattresses, Flexible Pipelines and Subsea Cables
Trenching & Seabed Surveys
Grouting Works
Fender Marine Installations & Anode Installations
Pipeline Repairs effective customised Solutions
Diver Training, Certifications & Manpower Solutions


New Dynamic Postioning Training Institute launched in India

Contact Details

AQUANAUT MARINE AND DIVING SERVICES PVT. LTD.
104, Satra Plaza, plot no. 19 and 20, sector 19D, Vashi,
Navi Mumbai-400703, Maharashtra, India.
Cell phone - +91-9820313510
Email: info@amds.co.in
dptraining@amds.co.in
Category: Education, Training, Location: India
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Posted By: Aquanaut Dynamic Positioning Centre, Post Date: 20.05.2015, Last update: 20.05.2015
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