The NI Dynamic Positioning (DP) Induction course (formally known as DP Basic) is the first phase in obtaining a Nautical Institute DP Operators Certificate.
*Reduction cost is available for limited time only
The minimum qualification for the NI Dynamic Positioning (DP) Induction course is set at:
– STCW Regulation II/1 – II/2 – II/3 Deck
– STCW Regulation III/1 – III /2 – III/3 – III/6 Engine
– STCW Regulation III/6 for ETOs
Please refer to the latest The Nautical Institute Dynamic Positioning Accreditation and Certification Standard which can be found on their website at https://www.nialexisplatform.org/dp-help-page/offshore-dp-scheme/scheme-details-and-requirements/
Candidates are responsible for ensuring that they meet the entry requirements for the course. Your documentation will be checked before training begins on the first day, and if you do not meet the entry requirements you will not be allowed to continue, but you will still be charged.
The NI Dynamic Positioning (DP) Induction course involves both theory (80%) and practical training (20%) on Modal Training’s Kongsberg K-Sim Class C DP simulator (at least one simulator to two students) and covers the following topics:
This course is delivered in English and requires candidates to have a good standard of verbal and written English, including industry relevant terminology.
The NI Dynamic Positioning (DP) Induction course will give candidates a knowledge of the general principles of DP and DP systems and their use and limitations prior to gaining practical experience on-board a DP vessel.
Online multiple choice examination conducted at Modal Training, using the NI’s ‘TestReach’ system.
*The cost to our DP Induction course has recently been reduced, this is for limited time only.
|Area of Skill||Dynamic Position Courses|
|Training Type||Classroom and desktop simulator|
|Approving Body||Nautical Institute|
Upon successful completion of the NI Dynamic Positioning (DP) Induction course and online assessment, Modal Training will issues a Certificate of Completion and a NI DP Operator’s Logbook to the trainee DPO in which his/her courses, DP sea time, task completion and Statement of Suitability as a DPO are recorded.