Training and Certification Programs & Courses for Offshore Industry in Halmstad, Sweden & Online
Located in Halmstad, JFK Offshore, part of JFK Holding AB in Sweden, the service and maintenance courses give you the opportunity to work inshore / offshore in the industry. Working in the offshore industry means working on oil, gas and wind turbines / platforms. According to Norwegian laws and regulations that requires you to have either a certificate of competence or a fagbrev to be allowed to work in the offshore industry.
Norwegian laws require an approved proof that you have expertise in your field. This applies to all. JFK Offshore gives you a Norwegian certificate of competence issued by SFS in Norway (sentralregisteret for sikkerhetsopplæring). Fagbrev is the Norwegian equivalent of certificate of competence, and is very difficult to obtain outside Norway.
JFK Offshore is for those who wants to have approved education for the oil and gas sector and Would like to work in the Norwegian oil and gas industry. They offer approved education for the shipping industry as well. The type of education includes - Certified training, Documented training, and NS EN 1591-4 standard.
Offshore Training Programs
- G11 - Lifting Gear (3 days): The program contains module 1.1 and module 2 and gives you an insight into the laws and regulations, as well as regulations that apply in the industry. The training gives you in-depth knowledge of lifting equipment and its components. You also gain knowledge about safe use and control of lifting equipment.
- G20 Fixed Hydraulic Crane (16 hours): The course gives you knowledge of the crane where you get a good idea of the crane's design, function, maintenance and use. You must have the G11 certificate before you are allowed to do the G20. The course is 16 hours with both theory and practice.
- Rigging Training: This course provides a future in the offshore industry as a load coupler, rigger or flagman. The education gives you the opportunity to work inshore / offshore in the industry. There are different ways to go training as a rigger, depending on how you want to continue in the industry.
- Fall Protection (8 hours): This course is aimed primarily at craftsmen such as construction workers, electricians, plumbers, etc. who will work at height in Norway. Fall protection course is a requirement from Norway to be allowed to work at a height of more than two meters.
- SOFT - Access Technology: High-altitude education with ropes and is usually referred to as access technology in Norway. The SOFT course is a good complement to the rig course. The work usually takes place at high altitude.
- CPR / D-CPR: CPR, cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a method of maintaining blood circulation when the heart has stopped. D-CPR is the defibrillator that analyzes the heart rhythm and can determine if it is appropriate to give an electric shock, a defibrillation.
- Instrument Pipes and Fittings NOG143: The course gives you basic knowledge about working on hydrocarbon-bearing systems. The training in fittings and small bore tubing shall provide the participant with basic knowledge of design, function, installation, testing and maintenance of tubing systems with associated fittings.
- Flange Work NS EN 1591-4: This course is often a requirement for you who work as a plumber or mechanic. It is also a very good complement to a rigging training.