Competent and well-trained technicians are essential for safe offshore/inshore diving operations. Equipment used to support and conduct diving operations requires technicians for its installation, maintenance, inspection, testing and repair. The correct functioning/maintenance of the equipment is essential to the well-being of the divers and other members of the dive team.
Diving Technicians competence is established by a series of experience and training; while most dive technicians have ‘trade skills / training’ related to their operational involvement on the diving equipment, KBA Group have now established a training that will develop the all-round competence of the dive technician in support of the diving system maintenance and equipment. Ranging from the ‘soft skill’ knowledge with regards to IMCA ‘Dive Technician Competence and Training IMCA D 001 Rev. 2 ’ and industry documentation and requirements, management of change processes etc to ‘hard skill’ practical requirements such as oxygen clean systems, high pressure regulator service, cylinder inspections, KMB DSI Helmet technician training and more.
At the end of the course, course participants will be able to:
To gain a competency recognised qualification upon successful completion of training.
(8 hours per day / 10 days = 80 hours). The course is two Five-Day blocks with a weekend break.
This course is suitable for the experienced mechanical / electrical or hydraulic technician OR any one who has completed formal technical training in these areas and wishing to establish a career path as a diving technician in the commercial diving industry.
Delegates must have experience in their relevant discipline trade training (electrical, electronic, mechanical/hydraulic). Delegates will be required to provide their Curriculum Vitae (CV) for trainer review prior to being accepted onto the course.
Note: New entrants to the industry should be treated as trainees until deemed competent to work unsupervised. Once a trainee has gained adequate experience and training and has demonstrated competence in the relevant equipment and operations, the employer may promote the individual to ‘dive technician’ level.
Delegates, who have attended and successfully completed the course will be awarded with KBA Diving Technician competence certificate — outlining the course content.
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The course provides the practical experience to be a competent maintenance technician.