Seaflo Consultancy, Limited have put in place a Training Course agreement for “state of the art” training. These training courses are supported by programable subsea & marine operations simulator systems. The simulator facility, will enable the demonstration of a number of practical examples: such as covering Subsea Light Well Intervention planning and execution in accordance with Norsok D-010 integrity practices and aligned with International Well Control Forum (IWCF) supervisory training for deployment of subsea well intervention lubricator packages across (LWI) well stimulations, to fixing SCSSV’s from DP Mono-Hull vessels and various other well life cycle activities. To full asset life cycle integrity management with latest best practices in subsea inspection technologies, using autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV,s) and Autonomous Inspection Vehicles (AIV’s). These training courses, will be delivered in accordance with (ISO) Standards and are further going to come with a recognised and quality assured statement of professional development, logged training by the Society of Underwater Technology, for those persuing professional registration in subsea and/or marine operations with C,Eng status or progressing ones career as an Asset Manager of subsea systems to Floating Production Systems (FPSO) or a Floating Liquified Natural Gas (FLNG) facility.
Information on new course syllabus details for Module 1 was published and released in Dec, 2019. The full program, syllabus will be released in Jan 2020.
Seaflo Consultancy, Ltd are actively supporting some Clients with marine assurance services in the delivery and transfer of stranded gas to power solutions from LNG gas carriers to FSRU facilities in remote locations requiring reliable power services.