VideoRay is the world's most popular small underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) manufacturer. Its ROVs are used around the world by commercial and government operators. Oceaneering is pleased to offer VideoRay training at the NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory facility located at the Johnson Space Center Sonny Carter Training Facility in Houston.
This basic operator course provides a thorough understanding of the VideoRay ROV system, including setup, checkout and operations.
Tips and techniques are offered to assist students in VideoRay operational capabilities, along with breakdown, cleaning and operator maintenance.
Through a progressive and proven method, the course helps participants develop knowledge of the VideoRay system and gain confidence in their operator skills.
Open-enrollment training provides VideoRay certified training at a reduced price by combining people from different organizations into one class.
Course size ranges from four to 25 people depending on the demand, with additional instructors added to larger classes.
The course Fee is $1,995 (course fee only – includes two days of instruction and course materials; does not include accommodations, meals or travel).
The course length is two days.
As a government facility, visitors must adhere to specific security clearance protocols to gain access to the facility. All non-U.S. citizens who are scheduled to attend the VideoRay ROV Certified Basic Operator training at the NASA facility must be aware of the following security protocols:
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