Course For Offshore Crane Operators
full range of training for crane operations to the marine offshore.
3 months at QMET including
Work shop practice.
and Crane Operators are in-demand positions on offshore oil
rigs, and typically pay quite a bit better than their on-shore
counterparts. If you have some rigging experience, you'll have
no problem getting offshore as a roustabout, working as a rigger
and reporting to the Crane Operator. To advance to a Crane Operator
position, you will need to train and get certified as an Offshore
Crane Operator from an approved training program; we list two
Offshore Crane Operators are responsible
for operating the crane on the rig and offloading from the supply
ships. They serve as the Roustabout's foreman, and provide supervision
to the roustabouts, as well as the Assistant Crane Operator,
when loading and unloading of supplies for the supply ships,
as well as moving equipment on the rig decks. Offshore crane
operators are required to have an Offshore Crane Operator Certificate.
Additionally, they should have experience working as a rigger
Offshore Crane Operator
The assistant offshore crane operator
has worked for some time as a roustabout rigger, and has gained
the necessary qualifications to operate the rig crane on relief
for the crane operator. This is a junior leadership position,
and he will begin providing guidance and supervision to less
experienced roustabouts. The assistant crane operator is promo
table to the lead Offshore Crane Operator when an open position
participants must complete the class & practical complete
a questioner in order to pass the course.