On board Training - Singapore

Lerus Training Center provides special training courses for persons who have offshore experience and prospective employees. You can find more information about an opportunity to undergo practise and training courses on board the vessel with Lerus Training Centre assistance at this page. Please find the list of training programs below:

Bureau Veritas

This course is certified
by Bureau Veritas.
On request
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DP Systems are vital for safety operations such as deep water drilling (Drillships, Mobile Offshore Drilling Units), anchor handling (Anchor handling tug supply vessel operation for anchoring of non-DP MODU), supply for oil rigs and platforms (entry to the 500m safety zone of offshore installation), subsea construction, ROV Support etc. This is a safe, fast and reliable tool to perform daily offshore operations. We provide DP familiarization training for prospective DPO.

The ROV operations are important for drilling (to monitor the BOP and riser), construction support (surveys, touch-down monitoring, interfacing), IRM (inspection, tooling), etc. The career of the ROV Pilot is well suited to people with a strong technical aptitude. Salary rates are based on demand and can range from 350 to 1000 US Dollars per day. Experience and supervision qualities have impact on the day rate. You have an opportunity to join the on board ROV Pilot / Technician Grade II course to develop your career as ROV pilot.

Frequently asked questions - On board Training - Singapore

After completing the coures with Lerus, will participants receive a certification?

Yes, upon successful completion of our courses, participants will receive a certification from Lerus, attesting to their understanding and proficiency in the subject matter.

What are the key operations where DP Systems are crucial?

DP Systems are essential for various safety operations, including deep water drilling (like Drillships and Mobile Offshore Drilling Units), anchor handling (specifically for anchoring non-DP MODU), supplying oil rigs and platforms (especially when entering the 500m safety zone of an offshore installation), subsea construction, and ROV Support. They offer a safe, fast, and reliable tool for daily offshore operations.

Why are ROV operations significant in offshore activities?

ROV operations play a pivotal role in drilling (monitoring the BOP and riser), construction support (such as surveys and touch-down monitoring), and IRM (inspection and tooling). The role of an ROV Pilot is especially suitable for individuals with a strong technical inclination. The on board ROV Pilot/Technician Grade II course provides an opportunity for participants to advance their careers as ROV pilots.
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