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    Thanks again, that is a good advice.

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  • 08/15/16--04:31: GWO Certificates
  • this kind of ripoff or ' 'confusion''' is not confined to offshore industry


    I used to have various working at height certs and medicals for telecomms they cost £350 in total last time I did i t was 2004 and the cert lasted 3 years now even telecomms which i had thought of going back to now requires 9 certs!!!!!, 3 medicals 2 hse , 2 working at height and 2 proprietry courses total cost over £2.9k thats total over kill and a real money spinner even worse than offshore ,, 4 of the courses are copies but by a different scheme but employers require all ..ripoff comes to mind oh and the rates in telecomms is 50% of what I used to get last time i did it .


    I was recently asked by an agency if i had GWO but for an ROV job .......why?????

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  • 08/22/16--05:13: GWO Certificates
  • Just seen this request from AGR

    Advance Global Recruitment's client requires: Position: Data Processor Location: Germany Mobilisation: 22nd August 2016 Duration: 3-4 weeks Required: GWO First Aid certificate or Red Cross First Aid Certificate SOW: Cable trenching and cable installation support Software: Qinsy

    Seams that client will except a 3 day First Aid course if its from the Red Cross but all 3 day First Aid course's are the same syllabus if done in the UK as HSE sets the standards.

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  • 08/23/16--05:49: E-Marine
  • Anyone on here ever worked with E-Marine, they say they are based in Dubai? What are they like, vessel condition, ROVs status, etc, any info at all.

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    JOB REF: ST16-1453 - EQUIPMENT SUPERVISOR
    Start Date: W/C 19TH September 2016
    Duration: 5 weeks initially, with the possibility of a 5:5 rotation until mid November.
    Location: UK Waters
    Project Activity: Trenching Operations
    Certification: Offshore Medical, Offshore Survival, relevant trade certification.

    Our client is looking for candidates with 3 years supervisory experience. Candidates will ideally hold or are willing to obtain a Danish Medical Certificate.

    JOB REF: ST16-1452 - SHIFT SUPERINTENDENT
    Start Date: W/C 19TH September 2016
    Duration: 5 weeks initially, with the possibility of a 5:5 rotation until mid November.
    Location: UK & Belgium
    Project Activity: Trenching Operations
    Certification: Offshore Medical, Offshore Survival, relevant trade certification.

    Our client is looking for candidates with 3 years supervisory experience. Candidates will ideally hold or are willing to obtain a Danish Medical Certificate.

    JOB REF: ST16-1449 - SHIFT SUPERINTENDENT
    Start Date: W/C 12TH September 2016
    Duration: 5 weeks initially, with the possibility of a 5:5 rotation until mid November.
    Location: UK Waters
    Project Activity: Trenching Operations
    Certification: Offshore Medical, Offshore Survival, relevant trade certification.

    Our client is looking for candidates with 3 years supervisory experience. Candidates will ideally hold or are willing to obtain a Danish Medical Certificate.

    JOB REF: ST16 - 1446 - EQUIPMENT SUPERVISOR
    Start Date: W/C 22nd August 2016 2016
    Duration: 5 weeks initially, with the possibility of a 5:5 rotation until mid November.
    Location: UK Waters
    Project Activity: Trenching Operations
    Certification: Offshore Medical, Offshore Survival, relevant trade certification.

    Our client is looking for candidates with 3 years supervisory experience. Candidates will ideally hold or are willing to obtain a Danish Medical Certificate.

    If you are interested in any of the above posts and feel you have the necessary experience and certification for the role, please contact Seatechs on +44 (0)1429 868543 or email jobs@seatechs.com stating the job reference number.

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  • 08/26/16--06:34: Wanted Obs ROV
  • Hi JV,

    We have Falcon's based in Singapore.

    Drop me an email with some more details and a SOW.

    Cheers,

    Murray Blom
    Ops Manager
    Neptune Marine Pacific Pte Ltd
    Singapore

    MBlom@neptunems.com

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    Hi Chewy,

    As an Ops Manager hiring guys, I can tell you right now, anyone without a skill, electronic, electric, hydraulic, mechanical, but with a ROV "qualification" from an ROV school won't even get a look in the door. I want and need skilled personnel, the offshore stuff can be taught to a trainee in a very short period of time, vocational skills like the ones I have listed take much more than three months to learn.

    Those with a skill and a ROV qualification are treated with suspicion, if they are any good, why did they need (or feel the need) to do a ROV course??? A couple of hours with Google will give you a very good insight to what most ROV personnel think of courses, (a total waste of time and money), and a long list of ROV companies to send your CV to.

    The ROV school qualification indicates to me a lack of motivation and interest in the job, i.e. they heard there was money to be made so did the course believing the claims of the course providers that they would have money falling from the sky the second that they walked out the front door with the ink still wet on their fancy new cert.

    I would suggest to anyone who has US$20,000 burning a hole in his or her pocket to enrol in their local technical college/university and spend a year learning a skill that can be applied to real world job as well as the offshore industry. As everyone can see by the current market there is not much call for skilled ROV pilots in any other walk of life but an electrician or mechanic can go and get a job to feed his family till the industry picks up.

    And regarding to your post in reply to rov_er, just about every school states minimum requirements but in reality take anyone as the school is a business, without students no money no honey. Don't think that you will survive very long eating only your ethical standards.

    Good luck with your venture but I am 99.99% sure that I will never hire anyone who has done your course and is looking for a start in the industry.

    Cheers,

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    -dg- wrote:
    Check out!

    http://www.hoytek.com.tr/p-600.html


    What is your location and asking price?

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    rayshields wrote:
    If you can base me there I can count nuts and bolts lol!


    Ray, may come to that, haven't had any joy finding someone in Houston who would like 2 days work. regards Keith

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    Hi ROVSuper,

    if you want someone that has not done a course but has a proven record of eating, sleeping, getting on with a bunch of people, keeping the ROV going and getting the job done without killing anyone (including me) then I'm it...'been there done that got the t-shirt'

    Me and hundreds of others like me...

    Problem is we all keep getting made irrelevant by the next piece of 'paper' needed by some client with friends on the outside running some course

    The latest job I was invited to apply for said 'client will only accept two year certs that are less than one year old

    I would bet anything that the local 'certs centre' was owned by a relative of the 'chap' stipulating that

    The industry needs a 'reset' to get everything back in balance where common sense is 'king'

    I've been trainee thru regional manager so I say this with some level of perspective....

    In regard to ANY courses ...

    'willing seller willing buyer' in my view but I totally and absolutely agree people should invest the money in some general purpose course

    I'm looking for work so if you need some' old bastard' that can say 'yes sir' and 'bring the 'tea' please message me

    I can make coffee but apparently its not good...

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    Hi Keith
    Im in South Carolina if you won't to arrange transport I will go
    Kirt

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    Hello, I'm newbie here who's interested in a career in unmanned drones, i just wanted to ask if i require a college degree or certificate other than the ROV certification to seek employment in the ROV industry.

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  • 09/03/16--07:29: Airlift
  • Hi Guys,
    Has anyone fitted an airlift onto a Falcon. Depth is about 25m

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    alan305 wrote:
    Hello, I'm newbie here who's interested in a career in unmanned drones, i just wanted to ask if i require a college degree or certificate other than the ROV certification to seek employment in the ROV industry.


    No. In general a Degree does not have enough practical hands on experience. It was once described to me as someone with a degree could tell you the square root of an orange but couldn't peel it.

    Employers want people who can fix and maintain the equipment.

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    i can' thank you enough

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    when working in Dubai , abu Dhabi and Qatar i have got the job with my UK and Norway medicals but once there you are then required to get a local medical ,, it thorough and detailed and done correctly they even do a stool and blood test etc ,, but NO one ever passes it 1st time even in perfect health ,, 3 days later you can repeat it pissed up, dying of flu , aids , cancer or the shits or anything going and you will pass ,so long as u passed the 1st medical !!!!!!, its a clever way of some one making a nice big kickback fee on double medicals tests ,,,

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    Professional with more than 10 years experience, work as well with seismic, available for work any part of the world.
    Experience with more than 6 types of ROV.
    I am actively seeking a challenging position as ROV Senior Pilot Technician, in a progressive work setting, which will enable me to use my skills, training, and experience to the best of my ability.
    I believe my experience and solid record of achievement make me an ideal candidate for related field.
    I understand the value of being a good team player.
    I am a highly motivated person who is driven to exceed company goals and expectations, and who is open to new ideas and challenges.
    I will be a valuable asset to your company.
    I would appreciate a chance to meet with you to discuss your needs and objectives and how I may contribute to your team.
    Thank you for your time.

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  • 09/07/16--08:51: Tritech micro nav
  • Tritech micro nav usbl system, very good condition. pm if interested

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  • 09/22/16--09:42: Tritech micro nav
  • Hi, what is the asking price?

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    Dear All,

    I would like to start a cooperation with a small rov company or provider
    We have good opportunitites in the offshore market and we can allocate rov system with personnel

    Please contact me

    Thank you Regards

    Gennaro

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