ADAS’ highly regarded Dive Project Management course has been revised and updated to make it more flexible and applicable to a wider group of potential candidates.
The Dive Project Management course now leads to a Diploma level qualification with the option of adding a second Diploma.
Candidates commence with the Projects and Estimating course, which consists of 12 units with a focus on tendering and managing projects in a dive contracting organisation. Delivery is through a combination of online, web seminars, face-to-face and assessment of a portfolio of evidence from the workplace. Successful completion of this course leads to the Diploma of Hyperbaric Operations (Projects and estimating).
To be eligible to undertake this course, candidates must:
– have at least two years diving experience in the commercial diving industry, OR
– be an ADAS or IMCA Dive Supervisor, OR
– be currently employed in a project related role with a diving organisation and hold a qualification in a related field to at least Certificate IV level.
Candidates who have completed the Projects and Estimating course may go on to undertake the Management and Contracts specialisation to achieve the additional Diploma of Hyperbaric Operations (Management and contracts) (conditions apply).
The course is expected to start in May 2017 with distance learning, followed by a mandatory face-to-face component of up to two weeks around September/October 2017. You may enrol any time during the distance learning phase, with all enrolments to be finalised by one month before the face-to-face session. The location of the face-to-face component will be advised as soon as possible.
To secure your place or to express your interest in this course, please provide a CV/resume showing your diving industry experience and qualifications. Contact ADAS for more information or e-mail the course director on firstname.lastname@example.org.