ADAS Part 1 – Occupational SCUBA to 30m
20/01/2019 08:00 to 14/02/2019 17:00 2019-02-14 17:00 (Asia/Kuala_Lumpur)
ADAS PART 1
Occupational SCUBA to 30m
The Occupational SCUBA to 30m qualification (Part 1) is the first level of certification as a commercial and ideally suited to marine archaeologist, research divers, media, aquaculture divers and inspection engineers.
The qualification limits the diver to using hand tools or conducting inspections in no decompression dives with direct access to the surface. The diver cannot operate surface controlled power tools, or dive in operations where the use of overhead lifting or other similar activities is required.
Before applicants commence ADAS Part 1 training, the ATE must ensure that they:
Are at least 18 years of age at the commencement of training
Are in possession of a valid certificate of medical fitness to dive (see AS/NZS 2299.1) - not more than 90 days from the commencement date of the course.
Are able to swim competently 200m, unattended and water treading for 10 minutes
Hold a recognized certificate of recreational diving competence (e.g. PADI/SSI open divers) with minimum 10 logged dives undertaken since receiving certification and within 6 months of commencing the ADAS training course
Understand written and verbal communication and be able to communicate with other persons in English.
Applicants are required to take language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) test online on the first day of arriving the school for the course. Please register this link http://lln.adas-online.org for online LLN revision.
Hold a recognized Advanced First Aid certificate (within 3 years) and Advanced Resuscitation and CPR and O2 management certificate (within 12 months) from Red Crescent/St. John Ambulance or equivalent.
Is able to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers, decimals and vulgar fractions; calculate percentages; and transpose and solve simple formulas such gas laws.
Competencies for this course include:
ADAHYP401A Work safely in hyperbaric operations
ADAHYP402A Maintain effective working relationships within dive or hyperbaric operations team
FSKNUM14 Calculate with whole numbers and familiar fractions, decimals and percentages for work
BSBWHS201 Contribute to health and safety of self and others
ADADIV403A Apply knowledge of anatomy , physiology and diving physics to diving
ADADIV404A Assess diving casualty and assist with treatment of diving conditions
ADASCU406A Utilise and maintain SCUBA equipment
ADASCU407A Undertake pre-dive preparations for a SCUBA diving operation
ADASCU408A Undertake underwater deployment in a SCUBA diving operation
ADASCU409A Implement emergency procedures for SCUBA
ADASCU410A Undertake post-dive procedures for a SCUBA diving operation
ADASCU452A Perform basic underwater tasks for a SCUBA diving operation
ADADIV453A Perform underwater tasks for a diving operation
ADADIV461A Ensure health and safety in occupational diving in compliance with legislation
ADADIV462A Work effectively in the occupational diving industry
Elective: SISOSCB317A Complete a dive using Enriched Air Nitrox (EANx)
Elective: ADASSB458A Use enriched air nitrox in occupational diving operations
Duration: 4 weeks
Minimum participation: 8
Maximum participation: 12
ADAS Diver’s logbook
ADAS Certification Fees
Transportation from accommodation to dive school/sites
Meals (breakfast, lunch and refreshments) during training days only
Tuition, study material and certification fee included
Trainee to provide own safety shoe, coverall, mask fins, booties and diving knife
Other safety gears will be provided by IDA