PDTA's Part 1 ADAS Occupational SCUBA to 30m course continues with students completing training dives at the Melbourne Aquarium. Students have completed their full-face mask orientation dives and rescue drill training, and will commence night dive- and open water training later this week.
PDTA’s first ADAS Part 1 course for 2019 commences with students this week completing units on anatomy, physiology and diving physics, and the maintenance of SCUBA equipment. Next week, students will progress to units on health and safety, diving casualties and the treatment of diving conditions Read More
Dive Supervisor candidates complete training and assessment of managing diving emergencies. This group of seven experienced divers working through a range of training and competencies including diving legislation, manage people, dive planning and manage diving emergencies. Read More
PDTA’s first Onshore Supervisor course for 2019 commences with seven students from varied backgrounds including the construction, scientific and aquarium diving sectors completing their dive supervisor training. Read More
PDTA’s ADAS Part 1 course continues with students undertaking zero visibility dives using full-face masks in the Patterson River. Current diving sees students gain valuable experience performing diver rescue scenarios and conducting underwater searches before moving on to open water training lat Read More