This course specifies the competencies required for training and certification of diving supervisors for commercial diving operations using Commercial Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (CSCUBA). The course outlines the competency and training requirements for Inland/Inshore Level 3 diving supervisor qualification: Commercial SCUBA Diving Supervisor (No decompression; maximum depth 30m) and describe the competency requirements to train dive supervisors to safely and competently plan and supervise diving operations involving CSCUBA.
This standard is prepared by the Workplace Safety & Health Council (WSHC) in consultation with the Commercial Diving Association (Singapore). It should be understood by the user of this standard that the requirements contained herein are the minimum acceptable levels. The training and assessment of commercial diver trainees is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the relevant legislations, codes of practices, technical advisories and guidelines e.g. Workplace Safety and Health Act (WSHA), Code of Practice for Diving at Work (Singapore Standards SS511) and Technical Advisory (TA) for Inland/Inshore Commercial Diving Safety and Health.
This Standard is Part 2 of the standards relevant to the training and certification of commercial divers, where the requirements of authorities and industry demand a prescribed standard of training and competence to ensure an adequate degree of safety and performance during diving operations. With this standard, it provides the authorities, training providers and trainees a summary of the minimum competencies required by CSCUBA Diving Supervisors, and details the minimum content of a training course for imparting these competencies to a trainee occupational dive supervisor.
This competency standard outlines the minimum requirements for commercial diving supervisors to work safely and competently, and to be trained/certified as a Commercial SCUBA (CSCUBA) Diving Supervisor. This competency standard is intended to provide understanding, describes the theory requirements, practical application of diving knowledge, techniques required to supervise dives while using CSCUBA to a maximum depth of 30m (99fsw) with no decompression diving.
CORE Competency Units
SPECIFIC Competency Units
A minimum of 4 candidates are required to start the training.
Suitable for individual who are already qualified as CSCUBA Diver and aspires to further their commercial diving career in Singapore.
Includes but not limited to underwater inspection and photography; environmental management; scientific diving; aquaculture; aquariums; underwater film production; police and emergency services rescue response.
Note: All dives are to be No Decompression diving.
There will be many group work activities such as conduct a job specific dive briefing/ tool box talk meeting, preparation of dive plan, develop emergency response procedure, develop a dive plan, complete dive logs/reports etc.
Candidates are assessed throughout the training period and by a multiple-choice examination on the final day of the course. Upon successful completion and passed the diving supervisor training and course assessments, the delegate will be awarded with KBA Training 'Certificate of Completion— CSCUBA Diving Supervisor' and the CDAS 'CSCUBA' Diving Supervisor Card.
1. Skills Development Fund (SDF) Training Grant - Up to 70% subsidy (eligibility criteria apply). Absentee Payroll (AP) approved.
*Final grant amount subject to SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (SSG) approval.
Eligibility: The general eligibility criteria are listed as follows:
NETT Fee payment. Company will pay KBAT the unfunded portion of the course fee. The training grant application submitted by the company is first routed to the training organisation for endorsement, before routing to SSG. Training organisation is responsible to submit the claim to SSG upon course completion. Upon approval of the claim, the course fee funding will be disbursed to the training organisation and Absentee Payroll funding, if applicable, will be disbursed to the company.
2. SkillsFuture Credit. All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their $500 SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website (www.skillsfuture.gov.sg) to choose from the courses available on the Training Exchange course directory. Contact us for more information.
3. PSEA (Post-Secondary Education Account). All Singaporeans aged 30 and below can use their PSEA from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Click here for more information.
* Eligibility criteria apply to all above funding.
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Eye-opener course. Learned many things about diving safety and safe practices.
Instructor is very interactive with the trainees.
The physical (practical) components were very engaging.
Good planning on the course structure, I enjoy the practical session, better knowledge absorption.