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This IADC Drilling Industry Training (DIT) accredited course utilizes our state of the art GCM Simulator
with the programs matching a Bethlehem Mat type Jack-up or Independent Leg Rig. The Simulator is on
an electronically controlled tilt table that gives the “REAL “feeling of being in a Jacking Control Room.

Designed for teaching the “PRACTICAL APPLICATION of JACKING AND
STABILITY PRINCIPLES” specifically to your Independent leg vessel. Students will also review the
information provided in the Rig’s Operation Manual (MOM) for safe operations of the MODU (This can be
tailored for any rig or company if a Marine Operations Manual is provided).

Also covered are “Worst Case Scenarios” concerning actual offshore disasters used in conjunction with
Damage Stability and Survival Mode preparations to illustrate proper procedures in emergency situations
and why these principles are so important to everyone involved on jacking operations.

We have seen firsthand the need for this type of training for independent leg personnel to ensure the
safety of all personnel onboard the vessel. Loss of life and equipment due to lack of training affects
everyone in the industry through increased insurance premiums and law suits.

The course not only covers basic stability principles and practices while afloat, we will teach detailed
preloading procedures and elevated stability as well as Safe Operating Guidelines.

Scenarios:
We utilize several different scenarios for the training and demonstrating of competence on the
Simulator prior to completing the course.
- Raising and lowering legs
- Pre-Loading
- Punch Through,
- Emergency Situations

Included in the class is an introduction to Stability which teaches students Stability Theories, the effect of
weight on Stability and Trim, Mathematical Calculations, and load form usage. Students will also have a
review of the information provided in the Rig’s Operation Manual (MOM) for safe operations of the MODU
(This can be tailored for any rig or company if a Marine Operations Manual is provided) Also covered are
“Worst Case Scenarios” concerning actual offshore disasters used in conjunction with Damage Stability
and Survival Mode preparations to illustrate proper procedures in emergency situations.

Jacking Operations Training Course

Main Service Location

Course Title

Jacking Operations

Course Duration

5 Days

Assessment Type

Practical assessment and knowledge Assessment

Training Delivery Method

Classroom

Service Coverage

Saudi Arabia - Bahrain - Kuwait - Philippines

This IADC Drilling Industry Training (DIT) accredited course utilizes our state of the art GCM Simulator
with the programs matching a Bethlehem Mat type Jack-up or Independent Leg Rig. The Simulator is on
an electronically controlled tilt table that gives the “REAL “feeling of being in a Jacking Control Room.

Designed for teaching the “PRACTICAL APPLICATION of JACKING AND
STABILITY PRINCIPLES” specifically to your Independent leg vessel. Students will also review the
information provided in the Rig’s Operation Manual (MOM) for safe operations of the MODU (This can be
tailored for any rig or company if a Marine Operations Manual is provided).

Also covered are “Worst Case Scenarios” concerning actual offshore disasters used in conjunction with
Damage Stability and Survival Mode preparations to illustrate proper procedures in emergency situations
and why these principles are so important to everyone involved on jacking operations.

We have seen firsthand the need for this type of training for independent leg personnel to ensure the
safety of all personnel onboard the vessel. Loss of life and equipment due to lack of training affects
everyone in the industry through increased insurance premiums and law suits.

The course not only covers basic stability principles and practices while afloat, we will teach detailed
preloading procedures and elevated stability as well as Safe Operating Guidelines.

Scenarios:
We utilize several different scenarios for the training and demonstrating of competence on the
Simulator prior to completing the course.
- Raising and lowering legs
- Pre-Loading
- Punch Through,
- Emergency Situations

Included in the class is an introduction to Stability which teaches students Stability Theories, the effect of
weight on Stability and Trim, Mathematical Calculations, and load form usage. Students will also have a
review of the information provided in the Rig’s Operation Manual (MOM) for safe operations of the MODU
(This can be tailored for any rig or company if a Marine Operations Manual is provided) Also covered are
“Worst Case Scenarios” concerning actual offshore disasters used in conjunction with Damage Stability
and Survival Mode preparations to illustrate proper procedures in emergency situations.

Course Description

Service Category

Training, assessment, and certification services.

Certificate of Successful Completion

Certification is provided upon successful completion. The certificate can be verified through a QR-Code system.

Certification Provider

IADC - USA

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