Course Info


Class IV

As defined by the SOUTH AFRICAN DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR, this is the 1st course of a commercial diving career and has to be done by all new commercial divers. CLASS IV is the COMMERCIAL DIVING SCUBA QUALIFICATION,even if you hold a sports scuba qualification, you still have to start with CLASS IV. The purpose of the qualification is to introduce the trainee diver to an underwater environment with theoretical and practical training, ensuring that the trainee is competent to dive safely whilst carrying out specific underwater tasks needed by this class. You will be able to be employed as a Scientific, archaeological, police and or fire brigade diver.

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Class III

After successfully completing the CLASS IV SCUBA, a trainee can progress to the CLASS III COMMERCIAL DIVE COURSE, this is the 2nd course of a commercial diving career. CLASS III is the COMMERCIAL DIVING CIVILS QUALIFICATION. The purpose of the qualification is to introduce the trainee diver to an underwater environment using DIVE HELMETS and DIVE MASKS supplied with air from an air bank or compressors through UMBILICALS,using the SCUBA equipment as backup for this equipment and not as his primary source. Theoretical and practical training is extensive, ensuring that the trainee is competent to dive with a variety of different DIVE HELMETS AND MASKS,and conducting a wide range of tasks and work needed by this class. You will be able to be employed anywhere in the world doing work underwater except on a oil rig offshore.

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Class II

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SUPERVISOR CLASS IV

SA (DOL) : DOL Class IV * Before commencing on this course you must be registered for 1 year as a Class IV Diver, with 50 logged dives in your logbook and be 21 years old. - Pre-requisites * You then enrol with us, do theory and practical work with a current dive course. The duration of this course is for 15 DAYS. - On Course * After this you have to gain practical experience under a qualified Supervisor in the Commercial Diving Industry and log 50 panel hours in your logbook. - After Course

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SUPERVISOR CLASS III

SA (DOL) : DOL Class III * Before commencing on this course you must be registered for 1 year as a Class IV Diver, with 50 logged dives in your logbook and be 21 years old. - Pre-requisites * You then enrol with us, do theory and practical work with a current dive course. The duration of this course is for 15 DAYS. - On Course * After this you have to gain practical experience under a qualified Supervisor in the Commercial Diving Industry and log 50 panel hours in your logbook. - After Course

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Underwater Mining & Exploration

Theory and practical instruction using underwater mining equipment, topside gravel handling, problem solving, underwater prospecting and the history of diamonds. We train you in the use of diving with the HOOKAH system, the widely used system in the diamond industry.

Body Recovery & Evidence Collection

Theory and practical instruction in the recovery of bodies in different stages of decompose, areas of search, collection of evidence and underwater crime scenes, video evidence and underwater photography.

Specialist Underwater Welding Proficiency

A five day UNDERWATER WELDING course is presented at our facility in the STRAND where you will weld underwater for a minimum of 15 hours, all aspects of underwater welding are dealt with including theory and practical.

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Chamber Operators Course

Theory and practical instruction in the use of Decompression Chambers

Diving First Aid Course

We present Level 1, level 2, and level 3 first-aid courses and upon completion we issue certificates and registration

Tools Training

Hammers, Hacksaws, Cold Chisels Lift Bags etc. Pneumatic and Hydraulic Jackhammers, Drills, Grinders and chainsaws Emphasis is placed on underwater broco cutting and underwater welding is done.

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