03Feb
2021
Posted: 03 Feb 2021

KBA Training commercial diver training accepted by Australian diving accreditation - Enabling Singapore trained commercial divers global qualification

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Singapore, 3 February 2021 – Training Provider, KBA Training Centre Pte Ltd (KBAT), is proud to announce the acceptance of KBAT’s commercial diver training qualification by the Australian Diver Accreditation Scheme (ADAS). KBA Training’s commercial diver training was officially launched in Singapore on 6 February 2015 under the approval of the Ministry of Manpower (Singapore) and accredited by ISO 29990:2010 (now ISO29993:2017). The training was launched to fill the gap in the industry for qualified commercial divers and to increase the safety standards within the local diving sector. “Then, commercial divers conducting inland/inshore work such as ship husbandry were using scuba ...

20Nov
2020
Posted: 20 Nov 2020

KBA Training launches instructor-led Virtual Learning for IMCA Diver Medic Technician Refresher - Leading the new norm in enabling Diver Medic Technicians to remain certified

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Singapore, 19 November 2020, Thursday – Training Provider, KBA Training Centre Pte Ltd (KBAT), is proud to announce the successful implementation and delivery of the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) Diver Medic Technician Refresher (DMTR) course via blended learning. On 12 October 2020, KBAT successfully launched its first instructor led theory lessons via Virtual Learning for the IMCA DMTR course for Diver Medic Technicians (DMT) from its training studio in Singapore. Following the success of the IMCA Trainee Air Diving Supervisor and Trainee Bell Diving Supervisor courses, KBAT applied for approval from IMCA to conduct the theory lessons of the DMTR ...

07Aug
2020
Posted: 07 Aug 2020

KBAT Virtual Learning - Training without Borders

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Singapore, 7 August 2020, Friday – Training Provider, KBA Training Centre Pte Ltd (KBAT), is proud to announce the launch of its Virtual Training Studio in Singapore. Established in 2006, KBAT has been in the forefront in providing training for the offshore, inland/inshore commercial diving and the health and safety sector across a broad range of industries. On 3 August 2020, KBAT launched its first five-days instructor-led Virtual Training course from its dedicated training studio in Singapore. After months of preparation and discussions with training partners, setting up of the network and supporting technology, training of the trainers and support teams ...

26Feb
2020
Posted: 26 Feb 2020

KBA Training Centre Pte Ltd Celebrates 14th Anniversary

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KBA Training Centre Pte Ltd Celebrates 14th Anniversary

A surpassed milestone achievement in the Training and Competency Development  Singapore, 25 February 2020, Tuesday – Training Provider, KBA Training Centre Pte Ltd (KBAT), is proud to announce its celebrations in providing 14 years of excellence training services. KBAT celebrated its 14th year in operations on 23 February 2020. KBAT started as a small organisation based in Singapore, as a subsidiary of KB Associates, with just 4 staff, and as the FIRST IMCA approved training centre in Asia, offering the full range of IMCA training courses (Trainee Air and Bell Diving Supervisor, Diver Medic and Diver Medic Refresher and Assistant Life ...

14Feb
2020
Posted: 14 Feb 2020

Health Advisory for Students & Visitor | COVID-19

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Health Advisory for Students & Visitor | COVID-19

PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES IN KBAT – COVID-19 (formerly known as 2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (2019-nCoV)   In light of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) situation, KBA Training Centre Pte Ltd have implemented precautionary measures to keep the community – staff, learners, visitors - healthy and safe. With effect from 7th February 2020, the Ministry of Health have stepped up the risk assessment from DORSCON Yellow to DORSCON Orange (see chart below). Source: Worldometer https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/ latest statistics as of 12 Feb 2020 recorded cases 45,170, recovered 4,794 and deaths 1,115  With the activation of DORSCON Orange, scheduled classes will still continue with the following measures being ...