The ADAS Closed Bell diver (Part 4) qualification is the most advanced of the commercial diving qualifications and enables the diver to work in the construction diving industry to a maximum of 300m using underwater tools, breathing apparatus and techniques including the use of closed bells and saturation systems.
The course is a progressive step from ADAS Part 3 and trains divers in the use of closed diving bells and chamber complexes as a diver or another member of the dive team to:
The training will culminate in the diver being placed into saturation with one dive being completed to a depth of approximately 100 metres.
This course meets the standards 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 Closed Bell (Part 4) training, the ATE must ensure that:
The following units of unit competency are completed:
The ADAS Closed Bell course runs for three (3) weeks and includes all facets of training and assessment as a Closed Bell diver.
Before any assessments are undertaken the candidate should have a high expectation that the assessments will be safely and successfully completed. The person presenting the candidate for assessment should check and record that in their opinion the candidate has undertaken suitable and sufficient training, or has demonstrated that they have suitable and sufficient experience to be submitted for assessment. However, this does not mean that the candidate will automatically successfully complete the assessments.