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- ADAS Aquaculture
- ADAS Diver Medic Technician
- ADAS Part 4 Closed Bell
- Kirby Morgan Helmet & Bandmask Operator Course
- Upgrade ADAS Part 1 to Part 2
- Upgrade ADAS Part 2 to Part 3
- Upgrade ADAS Part 1 to Part 3
- ADAS Part 1 Restricted (Scientific)
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- ADAS Onshore Supervisors Course
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Upgrade ADAS Part 1 to Part 3
This course gives you qualifications and knowledge in using surface supplied equipment for both inshore and offshore diving.
8 week Upgrade ADAS Part 1 to Part 3: Price tbc
This eight week course builds on the foundations learned during the ADAS Part 1 course to give you qualifications and knowledge in using surface supplied equipment for both inshore and offshore diving. As well as gaining the essential ADAS certification to dive offshore, you’ll also get practical training and experience in subsea construction techniques.
ADAS Part 2
During the ADAS Part 2 element of this package you will also be trained in important tools and skills underwater using surface supplied equipment – all of which will provide you with valuable experience for your new career. You’ll learn how to use underwater stills and video cameras for a survey report, as well as gaining experience of using a lifting bag and impact wrench, a hydraulic drill at depth, a jack hammer, a hydraulic chain saw and an angle grinder.
You will learn underwater welding/ oxy arc cutting techniques, which are vital subsea construction skills to have once you’re working. You will have to plan, risk assess and participate in a major construction task using a range of specified tools, giving you a strong understanding of the task at hand from start to finish. You will also participate in night dives, diver rescues and zero visibility dives.
ADAS Part 3
The ADAS Part 3 element of this course will provide you with the right training and certification to take your diving career offshore. This course will add to your experience and training gained in the ADAS Part 2 Course, and will provide you with experience of diving using a wet bell and hot water suit – essential when working offshore.
You will also gain additional experience of using tools underwater at specific depths, as well as conducting a surface decompression dive.
This certification is essential for those wanting to take their commercial diving careers offshore; by completing this course, you will have the required certification to work as a commercial diver around the world.
This course is included in our commercial air diving package courses (see related courses).
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- ADAS Part 2 Air Diver to 30m
- ADAS Part 3 (SSBA to 50m)
All of our ADAS commercial diving courses are recognised by IMCA under the IMCA International Code of Practice for Offshore Diving.
For more information email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +61 3 6383 4844.
In order to be able to attend our ADAS Part 3 Course you will require the following:
- Current ADAS Part 1 or recognised equivalent
- Current recognised Senior or Apply First Aid certificate (First Aid qualifications must meet the competency requirements of HLTFA301B Apply first aid).
- Current recognised CPR certificate
- Current recognised Oxygen Provision certificate(must meet the competency requirements of national code PUAEME003C Administer oxygen in an emergency situation).
- Obtain a commercial diving medical – AS2299 or HSE. Must be in date and cover the full duration of the course. The certificate is to have been issued within 90 days of the commencement of the training.
- Be a competent swimmer – Competence should be demonstrated by the trainee completing a 200m swim on the surface using mask, fins and snorkel while wearing SCUBA equipment and neutrally buoyant within eight minutes and by the trainee treading water for ten (10) minutes.
- Be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers, decimals and vulgar fractions. Be able to calculate percentages, and solve simple formulas, i.e. gas laws.
- Understand written and verbal communications in English and be able to communicate with other people.
- Photo ID (e.g. driver license, passport or National ID Card).
- Be a minimum of 18 years of age.
- English Language– It is a requirement that all students attending an ADAS course must have the ability to read and understand written and verbal communications in the English language and make themselves understood using English. To prove your ability ADAS requires all students from non-English speaking countries to undertake Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) testing and certification prior to commencing a course; visit the LLN website to register and for more details.
- Note: although you do not need to have the more advanced certification, Apply Advanced First Aid – HLTFA402B, if you do, it will cover all of the ADAS requirements for First Aid and Oxygen provision.
- All studentswho undertake nationally recognised training in Australia delivered by a Registered Training Organisation are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). This application process will take a few minutes to complete and is free of charge. For full details of how to obtain a USI, please click here.
- Further Academic Qualifications. If you are intending to progress into higher level academic courses (e.g. Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Bachelor Degree) please read the attached document with regard the additional option of attaining the VET Certificate in addition to the ADAS certificate as part of your course here at The Underwater Centre.
If you have any concerns or queries regarding the above pre-requisites, or your level of English, please contact our student advisors.
You need to bring with you the following equipment and original documents:
- Logbook (Please ensure that your current logbook has enough space to record your training dives.)
- Under-suits (can be provided by the Centre – limited sizes available)
- A wet or semi dry suit (we recommend 7mm).
- Dive knife
- Overalls (to protect your clothes)
- Work clothes
- A calculator, pen and paper (classroom work)
- Work boots / safety boots
- Warm clothes (for evenings and winter months)
We have safety kit available to purchase at our dive shop that include all of the above, with the exception of the boots.
The Centre will provide all other diving equipment and suits. The use of private equipment, other than those listed above, is not permitted.
ADAS accreditation and certification costs are included in the course fees.
The course price includes 10 days accommodation and meals. (Special conditions).