Trainee air diving supervisor course

This course by JFD is the first step for any IMCA diver wishing to further their career and become a supervisor.

The dive supervisors scheme commenced in 1987 to provide a training and certification standard for air diving supervisors with a career structure detailed in document IMCA DO13 “IMCA offshore diving supervisor and life support technician schemes”.

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Course Start date End date Location Cost Book
Trainee Air Supervisor 11th February 2019 15th February 2019  Aberdeen - NHC £990 +VAT BOOK NOW
Trainee Air Supervisor 20th May 2019 24th May 2019  Aberdeen - NHC £990 +VAT BOOK NOW

 

This course can be scheduled on demand anywhere in the world.

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 Air diving supervisor course

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Course objectives

This course is the first step for any IMCA diver wishing to further their career and become a supervisor.


The dive supervisors scheme commenced in 1987 to provide a training and certification standard for air diving supervisors with a career structure detailed in document IMCA DO13 “IMCA offshore diving supervisor and life support technician schemes”.

Entry requirement

  • Have demonstrated competence as an offshore air diver and have completed 100 offshore commercial air dives prior to attending the course.
  • AND hold an IMCA recognised surface supplied diving qualification as set out in the IMCA international code of practice for offshore diving.

Those with comparable training and experience may be referred to the IMCA scheme administrator for a decision by the assessment panel.

Certification

On completion of the course, after having successfully passed our in-house exams, each student is issued with a completion certificate for trainee air diving supervisor.


The IMCA module one exam to become a fully qualified air diving supervisor needs to be sat within three years of completing this course after having accumulated the necessary 200 panel hours as a trainee.

Course duration

5 days.

The course is approved by IMCA and follows their guidelines. Experienced personnel will give instruction on the following:

Topics include:

  • Diving physics
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Plant and equipment
  • Legislation and guidance
  • Emergency procedures
  • Air diving emergencies
  • Techniques / procedures
  • Safety on the surface
  • Air diving from DP vessels
  • Leadership
  • Nitrox
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