Combining hands-on practice with expert guidance and advice.
EIVA hosts hardware operator courses designed to deliver participants the skills and knowledge to ensure they get the most out of EIVA equipment.
Featuring classroom work, technical workshops covering hardware repair and maintenance, and practical training at sea, EIVA hardware operator courses provide a comprehensive platform for expanding your competences.
Preliminary course contents include:
- One day of classroom training covering a range of topics, including: ScanFish components, ScanFish Flight software, best practices and more
- Two days of training in the service and repair of the ScanFish, delivering specialised guidance on assembly, maintenance and repair of ScanFish
- Two days on-board the Aarhus University research vessel AURORA providing hands-on experience with both ScanFish Katria 3D for UXO operations and ScanFish 2D Rocio for oceanographic work under the guidance of EIVA experts
The five-day course will be hosted in Denmark, with training days split between the training room in Skanderborg and Aarhus harbour.
The course is conducted in English.
Lunch, snacks and refreshments are provided during the training course.
Travel and accommodation is not included in the course fee. Please do not book travel and accommodation until your seat at the course has been confirmed by an EIVA employee.