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Offshore Operations


The offshore operations course is designed to encompass all aspects relating to oil and gas activities. The subject matter gives a descriptive analysis from the creation of oil and gas, locating the deposits, the layout of subsea equipment, its extraction to its production and the equipment used. The course also discusses more recent offshore activities including wind energy.



The course consists of 10 modules. All students are required to successfully complete and pass the module assignments. Diploma students will also be required to sit and pass a final examination.

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Course Fees
Diploma – £2,750.00

This covers the 10 modules as pdfs, student assignment marking, examination costs and the issuing of a Diploma.

Certificate – £1,950.00

This includes the 10 modules as pdfs and marking of the student assignments.

Individual Modules

£250 – Module content only.

£400 – Module content, assessment and certification.

Course Duration
Minimum of 12 months.


The offshore operations course learning structure is considered suitable for new intakes into the offshore industry and management personnel who wish to form a broad knowledge of the many aspects within the offshore industry. The course also serves to broaden and fill in the knowledge gaps and give a better grounding to those professionals already in the Industry (offshore marine crew including offshore company technical staff, suppliers, educators, trainers as well as equipment manufacturers).

This Course has 10 modules

Ian Bryant - Maritime Course Author

Meet the Course Director

Ian Bryant

My career spans 40+ years from all operating stages to Chief Engineer on a variety of vessels which include crude and product tankers to offshore assets which include drilling rigs. More recently from 2002 formed an independent offshore consultancy company carrying out a range of consultancy work including training/ competency for blue chip offshore drilling/ production company. Other aspects of work include operations manuals for offshore and shipping assets as well as Failure Mode Effect Critical Analysis (FMECAs) for well-known offshore companies.

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Supported by:

Keystone Law
Global HR & Payroll Expertise (CESG)
British Marine
PYA - The Professional Yachting Association
Ocean Independence
MYBA - The Worldwide Yachting Association
Marine Society
Lead Yacht Underwriters Limited
IASA - The International Association of Ship Repair Agents