Diver

Restricted SSBA to 50m (Part 3 Restricted)

Course overview

The Restricted SSBA to 50m (Part 3 Restricted) is a progressive step from ADAS Part 2 or ADAS Part 2 Restricted. It significantly increases the diver’s ability to operate in deep air situations and includes the use of deck decompression chambers and surface decompression.

The theory component of the course is that of the ADAS SSBA  50m (Part 3) course less wet bells, offshore industry awareness, and hot water suit competencies. The course emphasises the safety and efficiency advantages of full-face masks, surface supply and underwater communications when performing work tasks.

Course standards

The course meets the requirements of:

  • AS 2815.3 – Air Diving to 50m
  • Partial completion of Certificate IV in Hyperbaric Operations (Surface-supplied diving to 50m). National Qualification Code 10133NAT.

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.

Student prerequisites

Before applicants commence ADAS Restricted SSBA to 50m, the ATE must ensure that they:

  • Hold a current ADAS certification for ADAS Part 2; OR ADAS Part 2R; OR have successfully completed all ADAS diver competency assessments for ADAS Part 2 or Part 2 Restricted course in the one month period prior to the commencement of Part 3 Restricted training
  • Are in possession of a valid certificate of medical fitness to dive (see AS/NZS 2299.1) issued, after examination, by a doctor trained and experienced in underwater medicine in accordance with the requirements in AS/NZS 2299.1, and that certification remains valid until the scheduled completion date of the training being undertaken. The certificate is to have been issued within 90 days of the commencement of the training. If the trainee‘s health has changed significantly since the medical certificate was issued, the trainee shall seek an appropriate medical review;
  • Hold either a recognised current Diver Medic Technician certificate or a current First Aid certificate from an accredited training organization (i.e. has been certified within 3 years of the conclusion of the proposed training program) and CPR and oxygen resuscitation skills must have been refreshed within the 12 month period prior to the conclusion of the training program. The student’s First Aid qualifications must meet the competency requirements of AS/NZS 2299.1 Occupational diving operations standard operational practice.
  • Unless Non-English Language (NEL) speaking course arrangements have been made with ADAS, can understand written and verbal communication in English, and can communicate effectively in English with other persons.
  • Is able to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers, decimals and vulgar fractions; calculate percentages; and transpose and solve simple formulas, eg gas laws.

Competencies

The following units of competency are completed:

  • ADAHYP402A Maintain effective working relationships within dive or hyperbaric operations team
  • FSKNUM14 Calculate with whole numbers and familiar fractions, decimals and percentages for work
  • ADADIV403A Apply knowledge of anatomy , physiology and diving physics to diving
  • ADADIV404A Assess diving casualty and assist with treatment of diving conditions
  • ADASSB411A Utilise and maintain surface-supplied diving equipment
  • ADASSB412A Undertake pre-dive preparations for a surface-supplied diving operation
  • ADASSB413A Undertake underwater deployment in a surface-supplied diving operation
  • ADASSB414A Implement emergency procedures for a surface-supplied diving operation
  • ADASSB415A Undertake post-dive procedures for a surface-supplied diving operation
  • ADADIV453A Perform underwater tasks for a diving operation
  • ADADIV461A Ensure health and safety in occupational diving in compliance with legislation
  • ADADIV462A Work effectively in the occupational diving industry
  • ADASSB456A Undertake underwater deployment for a surface-supplied diving operation to 50m
  • ADADMT428A Assist as an attendant inside a hyperbaric chamber
  • ADAHYP438A Prepare, operate and maintain twin-lock compression chamber
  • Elective: SISOSCB317A Complete a dive using Enriched Air Nitrox (EANx)
  • Elective: ADASSB458A Use enriched air nitrox in occupational diving operations

 

Delivery & Assessment

The Restricted SSBA to 50m (Part 3 Restricted) training course is a three (3) week training and assessment program. That is a minimum of fifteen (15) days over a nineteen (19) day period.

Subsea Training Centre (STC)

(Formerly New Zealand School of Commercial Diver Training)
63 Rotowaro Road
Huntly, New Zealand

Victoria Police

Search and Rescue Squad, 100 Nelson Place WILLIAMSTOWN VIC 3016, Australia

South Australia Police

Water Operations, Unit 82 The Esplanade SEMAPHORE SA 5019, Australia

International Diving Academy (IDA)

Lot 3572 Jalan Panchur
Kawasan Perindustrian Teluk Kalong
Kemaman, 24000
Terengganu
Malaysia

Royal New Zealand Navy Diving School

HMNZS Philomel, Devonport AUCKLAND, New Zealand

NSW Police Diving Unit

Marine Area Command Complex, 4 Jubilee Place BALMAIN NSW 2041, Australia

Commercial Dive Academy

Inspection Head Wharf, 200 Flinders Street, BEAUTY POINT TAS 7270