SSBA to 30m (Part 2) is a progressive step from Occupational SCUBA to 30 metres and introduces the use of surface-supplied breathing apparatus as the basis for underwater construction activities. This significantly increases the diver’s ability to operate under working situations. The course includes the use of welding and cutting equipment, pneumatic and hydraulic tools, salvage equipment, air and water dredging equipment, construction tools and other work related subjects to meet on shore diving industry requirements.
The course meets the requirements of:
Note: If you study at an ADAS training establishment outside of Australia you may not be eligible for this Australian Qualifications Framework certificate. The ADAS licence, however, is issued at all ADAS training establishments.
Before applicants commence ADAS SSBA to 30m training, the ATE must ensure that they:
The following units of competency are completed:
Part 2 certification subsumes and requires Part 1 certification. The Part 2 SSBA course can be conducted separate to or amalgamated with Part 1 SCUBA training.
The ADAS SSBA Diver to 30 metres (Part 2) course is to have a minimum duration of four (4) weeks. That is a minimum of twenty course (20) days are to be programmed to meet the training, assessment and administration requirements of the course.
This course is to prepare divers for work in the construction diving industry. The emphasis of the course must be the exposure of occupational scuba divers to: