The demand of the professional diving sector requires training improvements for instructors in specific fields such as job security, first aid programs or the maintenance of diving equipment.
In the industry, new working perspectives for expert divers such as underwater robotics are being developed. Thanks to diving technology, with equipment operated from surface, we can reach places to which divers cannot access or that are not safe enough for them. ROV (Remote Operated Vehicle) equipment requires complementary training as the ROV pilots or technicians.
The official rules of underwater safety establish that in case of incident or accident during an intervention, the diver must have the minimum training in first aid to assist other divers while medical assistance arrives.
The proper functioning of a diving mask or helmet is based in an accurate maintenance according to the manufacturer parameters and recommendations. Learn how to do the maintenance and repair incidences of equipment will guarantee the effectiveness of the work assigned.
The technology of unmanned underwater robots is at the disposal of the professional diving sector to guarantee safety and effectiveness in underwater work. Thanks to their sensors and operational arms equipped with tools, they make easier to work at great depths.
ADAS – Australian Diver Accreditation Scheme. OCÉANOS is a training establishment approved by ADAS to impart from Barcelona the different official ADAS qualifications for underwater or hyperbaric work in “onshore” and “offshore”. Diver traning programme in Spanish or English following the standards required by ADAS.
The scope of the qualification will allow the professional diver to practice in international fields and in “offshore” work as it is an accreditation recognized by IMCA and IDRCF. https://adas.org.au/adas-overview/