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ADAS Updates May 2024

Along with a summary of ADAS activities we are excited to release the updated Revision Modules in ADAS-Online, which are publicly available for anyone who wants to brush up their skills to enter the diving industry or further their career.

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Updated Revision Modules Live in ADAS-Online

Following feedback from ADAS schools and students, ADAS has updated the publicly available Revision Modules in ADAS-Online to a new, streamlined format using responsive software, to ensure the units will be accessible to users on all types of devices.
The content of the modules has not changed, apart from a few corrections, and each unit is linked to the same series of quizzes as previously, for which students can be awarded a certificate with grades as proof of completion.

The location of the Revision Modules in ADAS-Online has not changed, and you can view them here (ADAS-Online login required)


Internal and External Stakeholder Engagement and Participation

  • Standards Australia participation: 6 technical committee meetings for SF20 (scientific diving) and SF46 (tunnelling operations)
  • ADAS Board of Directors: one meeting of the whole Board; three Working Group meetings
  • Two instructor training courses: ADAS Diploma in Learning and Development Subset 2 (Diver Trainer) January 2024, ADAS Diploma in Learning and Development Subset 1 (Assistant Diver Trainer) May 2024

Training Materials Update

  • Continued work on Aquarium online exam
  • Finalisation of Remotely Operated Vehicle assessment material
  • Creation of exam questions and assessment tool specific to the HLTINF006 unit of competency for Clinical Chamber Operator (CCO) course/exam
  • Full mapping of Closed Bell units of competency, comparing ADAS/IDRCF/2815.4 competencies
  • Continued review of Part 2 (SSBA to 30m) text

Quality Assurance 01 January – 01 May 2024

  • Desktop audits: 8 Desktop audits conducted
    • These are audits of completed student training records against ADAS course requirements to ensure compliance with ADAS and AS 2815
  • Phone and email post-course surveys: 85 responses received
    • Post-course surveys All students are contacted after their training is completed to allow them to provide feedback on ADAS courses, trainers, and training facilities

ADAS Accredited Training Establishment (ATE) Support

  • One ADAS school audited
  • Organisation of annual ADAS ATE Meeting initialised
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