Are you a new entrant to the Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) industry? Do you already have a technical certification either in electronics, electrical, mechanical, or fiber optics? In any case, are you interested to train in Commercial Oilfield ROV Pilot Technician Standard-S (ROV05S) immediately and at the comfort of your home? Then Subnet Services offers you our Commercial Oilfield ROV Pilot Technician Standard-E (ROV05E) training course.
The Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) industry is reportedly doing well, as offshore ROV will register a 6.7% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in terms of revenue and reach US$330 million by 2023 from US$ 220 million in 2017. As the first to provide the ROV Pilot Technician course in the Philippines, Subnet Services will be sharing with you all our ROV training courses to help you decide which one you should take. For this week, we are featuring the Commercial Oilfield ROV Pilot Technician Standard-S (ROV05S).
Just a week ago, Subnet Services shared with you everything you need to know about Commercial Oilfield ROV Pilot Technician Premium-S (ROV04S) training course. This week, we will be discussing about the Commercial Oilfield ROV Pilot Technician Premium-E (ROV04E) training. It is basically the same as ROV04S; the only difference is that you can take this course online before spending six (6) weeks onsite.
Subnet Services is very optimistic about the Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) industry and couldn’t have been prouder to offer our ROV training courses particularly Commercial Oilfield ROV Pilot Technician Premium-S (ROV04S), which is the entry level ROV program designed for new entrants to the industry. Interested to penetrate an entirely new industry like ROV? Then ROV04S is the course for you.
It is a fact that the global remotely operated vehicle (ROV) market is related to the offshore activities in the oil and gas industry. Thus, the market is affected whenever there is a rally or decline in the offshore activities. Now that we have entered a brand new year, we can’t help but ask how is the ROV industry doing? What are the things that we should be expecting in 2019?