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Police Diver Training

In early February members of the South Australia Police Water Operations Unit and the Victoria Police Search and Rescue Squad undertook combined diving operations for a two week period near Mount Gambier, South Australia. These operations acted as a way…

Have Your Say!

The ADAS Board recently established a working group to consider the provision of additional courseware that could be added to existing ADAS courses or delivered in their own right.  These would be courses or skill sets beyond fundamental diver or…

New ADAS Schools

ADAS is excited to share news of a new Accredited Training Establishment for Diver Medical Technician training in Western Australia, and the recent establishment of training facilities in Tasmania and Singapore. Diver Medical Technician School Medical Training Solutions (MTS) based…

2017 Maurie Vierow Award of Excellence

ADAS congratulates the recipient of the 2017 Maurie Vierow Award of Excellence, David Loudon, for his outstanding contributions to ADAS and the hyperbaric training industry. David Loudon, a trainer with The Underwater Centre Tasmania (TUCT), is the recipient of the…

ADS Training Recommencing

ADAS is pleased to announce the recommencement of Atmospheric Diving System (ADS) training in Australia. With the potential of deep operations requiring the use of Atmospheric Diving Systems (ADS) being considered in Australian waters, ADS training and assessment will soon…

End of an Era

The Underwater Centre Freemantle (TUCF) closes its doors for the last time. James Fisher Australia Pty Ltd, have notified ADAS that they no longer wish to continue operations as an ADAS Accredited Training Establishment in Western Australia. After 19 years…

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