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Offshore Client Representative

This course is designed for:

  • Individuals who wish to fully understand the role and operate effectively as a vessel based client representative.
  • Individuals with significant operational experience who now want to move into the client representative role.
  • Individuals with less experience but are aiming to fill the client representative role at a later date.
  • Office based personnel who manage or direct offshore client representatives.

About this course:

The course was designed for experienced offshore renewables personnel, enabling them to confidently monitor vessel based offshore procedures on behalf of clients. However, it has been very popular with personnel from and oil & gas background.

It covers the many aspects that an effective offshore client representative needs to be aware of, particularly the best approach to observing and reporting a wide variety of operations.

What experience/qualifications do I need to book a place?

To maximise the benefit of this course, delegates should have a thorough grounding in vessel based offshore construction, and ideally 3 or more years’ experience in an associated specialisation (e.g. Lifting, ROV, Survey, Cable Laying, etc.)

Course Structure

What does the course cover?

  • Reporting
    • Formal and informal methods of communication
    • Written, verbal & video communication
  • Project Phases (role of the client representative)
    • Mobilisation
    • Offshore
    • Project Close out
  • Personal Requirements
    • Assertiveness vs. aggression
    • Building relationships
    • Projecting the correct image
  • Contract Law
    • Contractual implications and responsibilities
    • Results from actions
    • Contractual relationships
  • Project Documentation
    • Company Procedures – Onshore and Offshore
    • Safety documentation
    • Event Logs
  • Health and Safety
    • Safe working practices
    • Risk assessment and reporting
    • Vessel inspections
    • Offshore hazards
    • Concept of ALARP
    • Incident reporting / Accident investigation
  • Practical Marine Operations
    • Close proximity to structures
    • Practical risk assessment
    • SIMOPS
    • Environmental considerations
    • Risk assessment and reporting
    • Incident reporting