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Supervisor & Leadership Courses

Before you book with competitors please consider - we are the longest established, most experienced, best quality and still the cheapest course provider in Europe.

The increase in demand for competent supervisory personnel worldwide has seen an increasing need for our approved supervisory training courses. Supervisors working in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea are also required to undergo NPD approved Leadership training, which is an additional course. We appreciate the difficulties in trying to get course dates during your time off so we even run supervisor courses for one candidate - something other training providers do not offer. We also offer refresher training before you sit the IMCA examinations. Please call our UK office for details.

Air Diving Supervisors



Having qualified as a Trainee Air Diving Supervisor (Code 300), you must additionally fulfil the following minimum requirements before being appointed in writing by a Diving Contractor as an Air Diving Supervisor:
  • Have logged at least 200 panel hours offshore on a minimum of 100 surface dives over a minimum period of 60 days working as a Trainee Air Diving Supervisor (Code 300).
  • Have demonstrated competence as an offshore air diver in accordance with IMCA C 003 Rev.1 Competence Assurance and Assessment and have completed a total of 200 offshore commercial air dives.
  • Have been recommended by a company following satisfactory offshore reports confirming competence in accordance with the IMCA Competence Assurance Assessment Scheme.
  • Have passed the IMCA Air Diving Supervisor examination.
    NOTE: Application to sit the IMCA examination must be made within 3 years of successful completion of the training course and at least half the required panel hours logged within the 2 years prior to the application.

Closed Bell (Sat) Diving Supervisors


Having qualified as a Trainee Closed Bell (Sat) Diving Supervisor (Code 302), you must additionally fulfil the following minimum requirements before being appointed in writing by a Diving Contractor as a Bell Diving Supervisor:
  • Have acted as a Trainee Air Diving Supervisor (Code 300) on at least 10 offshore commercial air dives.
  • Have logged at least 350 panel hours (under direct supervision) offshore on a minimum of 50 bell runs over a minimum period of 90 days working as a Trainee Bell Diving Supervisor (Code 302).
  • Have logged at least 360 panel hours at any time working either as an LST or as an Assistant LST (Code 306).
  • Have been recommended by a company following satisfactory offshore reports confirming competence in accordance with the IMCA Competence Assurance and Assessment Scheme.
  • Have passed the IMCA Air & Closed Bell Diving Supervisor examinations.
    NOTE: Application to sit the IMCA examination must be made within 3 years of successful completion of the training course and at least half the required panel hours logged within the 2 years prior to the application.

Upgrading from a qualified Air Diving Supervisor to Bell Diving Supervisor



A qualified Air Diving Supervisor who has demonstrated competence in accordance with IMCA C 003 Rev.1 and and supervised a minimum of 100 offshore air dives and who wishes to progress to Bell Diving Supervisor does not have to re-sit the Air Diving Supervisor examination module, but must fulfil the following minimum requirements before being appointed in writing by a Diving Contractor as a Bell Diving Supervisor:
  • All aspects of Trainee Bell Supervisor (see Code 302).
  • Have logged at least 150 panel hours (under direct supervision) working offshore on a minimum of 20 bell runs over a minimum period of 45 days working as a Trainee Bell Diving Supervisor (Code 302).
  • Have logged at least 360 panel hours at any time working either as an LST or as an Assistant LST (Code 306).
  • Have been recommended by a company following satisfactory offshore reports confirming competence in accordance with the IMCA Competence Assurance and Assessment Scheme.
  • Have passed the IMCA Bell Diving Supervisor examination.
    NOTE: Application to sit the IMCA examination must be made within 3 years of successful completion of the training course and at least half the required panel hours logged within the 2 years prior to the application.

Supervisor & Leadership Courses Include

Course Title Duration
300 5 days
301 4 days
302 4 days
304 2 days
307 5 Days
308 5 days
     
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