PDTA’s ADAS Part 2 course continues with students gaining valuable experience in the use of ultrathermic Broco cutting equipment, underwater welding, underwater cutting and a range of construction tasks. Students also took part in dive supervision and were given the opportunity to use specialise Read More
PDTA’s ADAS Part 2 course commenced last week with all students being local divers and previous PDTA Part 1 students. PDTA has a supervisors course scheduled for July which will be conducted in Melbourne.
Congratulations to our students on successfully gaining their ADAS Occupational SCUBA to 30m (Part 1) qualifications! Next week sees the start of PDTA’s ADAS Occupational SSBA to 30m (Part 2) course, with our students fully prepared for the next level in their occupational diver training. Read More
PDTA's combined ADAS Occupational SCUBA Part 1 and ADAS Occupational SSBA Part 2 course commences this week with students completing units on anatomy, physiology and diving physics, and the maintenance of SCUBA equipment. Students come from a wide range of backgrounds from within Australia and ove Read More
The Professional Divers Training Academy recently relocated its Sydney office and training facility from Banksmeadow to Chowder Bay within the Sydney Institute of Marine Science facility. This facility will allow for training of ADAS Part 1 and ADAS Dive Supervisor courses and certifications. C Read More
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.