Introduction to diving course

This introductory course provides non-diving personnel with an understanding and appreciation of the principles of diving.

This course is aimed at managers, engineers, technicians and other non-diving personnel who, during their work, are involved in subsea operations where the use of diving techniques is required.

The course will guide you through the key principles of diving, various diving techniques, the equipment used in diving operations and the considerations of planning and executing diving operations.

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Course Start date End date Location Cost Book
Introduction to Diving 19th March 2019 20th March 2019 Aberdeen - NHC £390 +VAT BOOK NOW
Introduction to Diving 11th June 2019 12th June 2019 Aberdeen - NHC £390 +VAT BOOK NOW

 

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

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Course objectives

To familiarise personnel with all aspects of operational diving and provide an insight into diving capabilities and limitations.

Entry requirement 

This introductory course is aimed at managers, engineers, technicians and other non-diving personnel who during their work, are involved in subsea operations where the use of diving techniques are required.

No prior experience is needed.

Certification

On completion of the course, delegates are awarded an NHC certificate of training.

Course duration

2 days. 

 

Professional tuition is provided by experienced personnel, combining comprehensive theory and practical sessions.

Topics covered:

  • Principles of diving
  • Surface supplied diving
  • Bell diving
  • Diving legislation and safety
  • Underwater operations
  • Diving accidents and incidents
  • Current limits and future developments
  • Complementary procedures
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