PDTA’s ADAS Occupational SCUBA Part 1 course is currently underway with students from Australia, Papua New Guinea and Fiji. Candidates are currently completing units on health and safety, assessing diving casualties and assisting with the treatment of diving conditions. In coming days, they w Read More
Mal, Cate and Kent recently attended the 2019 ADAS conference in Sydney. The conference was attended by all ADAS dive training establishments from the commercial, marine science, police and military diving sectors.
Professional Divers Training Academy's ADAS Onshore Supervisor course commences this week with trainer Rick Austin instructing students in diving physics and physiology, and performing associated calculations.
This follows on from sessions covering occupational diving legislation and standards, mana Read More
PDTA Training Manager, Johnny Lau conducting Advanced Oxygen Resuscitation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) training for a team of commercial divers.
PDTA's ADAS Occupational SCUBA to 30m Part 1 course continues with students completing full-face mask orientation dives, and rescue and emergency gas supply safety drills at the Melbourne Aquarium. Students also gain valuable experience in dive voice communications and conducting transect searches Read More
PDTA’s ADAS Occupational SCUBA Part 1 and SSBA Part 2 course commenced this week with students currently completing units on anatomy, physiology and diving physics, and the maintenance of SCUBA equipment. Next week sees the students progressing to units on health and safety, diving casualties a Read More