The ADAS Trainee Offshore Supervisor (either Air or Air & Bell) is a diver who has satisfactorily completed the SSBA to 50m onshore supervisor modules (designed to comply with this scheme) and who is gaining relevant offshore supervisory experience (including such advanced training as may be required by ADAS) prior to sitting the ADAS theory examination(s) and subsequent formal appointment as an Offshore Diving Supervisor.
The ADAS Trainee Offshore Supervisor course (either Air and/or Air & Bell) is designed for the offshore diver who also holds the SSBA to 50m supervisor certification and has relevant Offshore Supervisor skills and knowledge, to commence gaining the requisite offshore industry experience under the close supervision of an appropriately qualified supervisor.
This course goes part way to meeting the requirements of:
Note: If you study at an ADAS training establishment outside of Australia you may not be eligible for these Australian Qualifications Framework diploma. The ADAS licence, however, is issued at all ADAS training establishments.
Before applicants commence ADAS Trainee Offshore Air diving supervisor training, the ATE must ensure that the student:
Before applicants commence ADAS Trainee Offshore Bell diving supervisor training, the ATE must ensure that the student meets the pre-requisites listed above plus:
The following units of competency are completed:
All of the competencies listed above competencies.
The minimum course duration is two (2) days, including the course examination.
A Trainee Air Diving Supervisor should have sufficient theoretical, technical and operational experience to be able to carry out duties sufficiently.
The course will include a mandatory Australian Offshore Legislation package. Specific additional legislation modules are required to operate in the UK North Sea, Norwegian North Sea and Canadian sectors.
The minimum course duration for is three (3) days, including the course examination but excluding time spent on any optional legislation module(s).
A Trainee Offshore Supervisor Air and Bell should be capable of efficiently running all types of diving operation and of remaining in charge at all times, including emergencies. The trainee should also: