ADAS Onshore Supervisor
If you’re already an experienced ADAS Part 1 & 2 diver, this qualification allows you to supervise and run dive team operations. It’s the next step up in our commercial diving courses and your dive career.
Our supervisor training and assessment course concentrates on diver-related theory in a supervisory context and includes consideration of the theory, background knowledge and practical skills of on-site diving supervision.
It pays special attention to the fundamental responsibilities of a supervisor under relevant WH&S law, particularly hazard identification and risk assessment, and the management of diving emergencies.
This dive course also includes assessment of actual dive planning and supervision and communication with real dive teams.
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What you’ll need to enrol.
- ADAS Part 1 /2 or Aquaculture
- Sufficient logged time for supervisor level that you wish to attain:
- Part 1 – 100 hours of SCUBA bottom time, logged over 100 dives over at least 12 months
- Aquaculture – 200 logged dives and 200 hours logged bottom time during aquaculture dives (gained over at least 2 years)
- Part 2 – 200 logged dives and 200 hours logged bottom time during occupational dives that include a broad range of SSBA dives (gained over at least 2 years)
- First Aid Certification
- Oxygen Provision or Advanced Resuscitation Techniques
- A letter of recommendation from your employer.
Your enrolment process.
- For enrolment forms, please email email@example.com. We’ll then guide you step-by-step through the process via email.
- You have secured your place on your selected course once we’ve received your enrolment form and deposit. We’ll send you a confirmation of receipt and an electronic copy of our handbook. This gives you all the information about the course, accommodation, what is expected of you and what you need to bring. We recommend you print it off and bring it with you to your first class.
12th September 2016