Rigger is the most frequently used field in the offshore oil and gas industry. A rigger is someone who is trained in the field of manual handling using mechanical tools including pulleys, blocks, tackles or light machinery such as derrick, chain hoist and crane. Riggers work in groups, and certificates of competency must be obtained before a person is eligible to work as a recognized Rigger.
- Entry-level Rigger
- Rigger Foreman
- Instrument Technician
- Maintenance Supervisor
Every 2 weeks
A steward is someone who maintains the cleanliness of the entire platform, doing the laundry, and even provide catering services in the platform’s kitchen. They also maintain the quality of accommodations and report maintenance needs so that they can be attended to immediately.
- Entry-level Steward
- Chief Steward
- Camp Boss
Every 2 weeks
Our Welding course is suitable for anyone who wants to become a Certified Welder who can work offshore, shipyards and even in the machinery and equipment industries. This course includes theoretical, practical learning as well as evaluation tests on topics such as SMAW, GMAW up to 6G level and features of the Welding process.
- Entry-level Welder
- Welding Technician
- Welding Inspector
- Associated Welding
- Engineer (AWE)
- Welding Engineer (WE)
- Senior Welding Engineer (SWE)
- Welding Engineer (International Qualification)
Every 3 months (January, April, July, October)
All scaffolding structures can only be erected by professional scaffolders. These structures are widely used in the construction and maintenance sector, whether offshore or onshore. Scaffolders would usually double up as a Rigger so they can carry out duo roles when they are offshore.
- Scaffolder Level 1 (Beginner)
- Scaffolder Level 2 (Intermediate)
- Scaffolder Level 3 (Advance)
- Scaffolding Inspector
- Scaffolder Trainer
Every 1 month
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