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Jetty Main Building Subsea Site Deep Dive Site  
Surface Supplied Dive Control Cabin
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Dive control cabin for the main Dive Site

ROV Control Cabin
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Piloting the ROV using visual, sonar and instrumentation in various water visibilities

ROV Launch & Recovery System
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Hi-ab telescopic crane and cage used for launch and recovery of the ROV

Pontoon
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The base for the majority of all Part 1 and 2 dive training

Wet Bell dive control cabin
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Dive control equipment including hydraulic controls for the wet bell and bell monitors

Wet Bell
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Used during Part 3 Wet Bell diver using hot water suits

Student Advisor's Office
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Jen and the team are available to answer any questions

Practical ROV Classroom
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Containing industry-specific test equipment

Classrooms
Classrooms

Tuition, exams, pre-dive briefings and post-dive debriefings are given here

Decompression Chamber & Medical Facilities
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Providing diver medical support and training during ADAS Parts 1 -3 and DMT

Workshops
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Housing tools, auxiliary machinery, and service equipment

Various submerged structures
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Used during training activities including hydraulic and pneumatic diver tool tasks and diver and ROV surveys

Sunken pontoon & sunken vessel
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Used for ROV survey and mapping, and construction dive activities, including heavy lift-bag tasks

Welding station
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Used during the ADAS Part 2 course

Lengths of flanged steel pipe and pipe-base
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Used during ADAS Part 2 in conjunction with lift bags, and hydraulic tools

Range of depths
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From 2m to 30m (ADAS dives start at 2 m)

ROV Diver Observation
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ROV trainees perform surveys and inspections of working commercial divers and subsea structures

Range of depths
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From 30m to 100m

Moon pool barge
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With saturation and air dive systems