ADAS Dive Project Management Course

Only two weeks to go! But it's not too late to join us and add to your skills.


ADAS Dive Project Management Course - Secure your place now with only a $100 deposit.

You can go to our facebook page to register your interest, or see more options below. https://www.facebook.com/activelearningpartners/ 


ADAS’ highly regarded Dive Project Management course is run by Active Learning Partners on behalf of ADAS, the Australian Diver Accreditation Scheme.


Build your dive project management skills in the beautiful holiday destination of Byron Bay at a 5-day or 10-day course starting Monday 27th November.

Week 1 (Nov 27th to Dec 1st): Projects and estimates
o ADATEN517A Prepare estimates, quotes, and tenders*
o BSBPMG511 Manage project scope

o BSBPMG512 Manage project time
o BSBPMG514 Manage project cost

Week 2 (Dec 4th to Dec 8th): Business skills units (plus introduction to management and contracts)
o TAATAS503B Manage contracted work
o BSBCMM401 Make a presentation
o BSBCUS501 Manage quality customer service
o BSBRSK501 Manage risk
o BSBPMG521 Manage project integration

Distance learning covers remaining 3 or 7 units for single or double diploma option.

There are attendance only options, or enrol in the partial or full diploma course and be assessed for a nationally recognised qualification or statement of attainment (National code 10181NAT, awarded by ADAS - RTO 88104).

Places limited to 20 people

To be eligible to undertake this course, candidates must:
– have at least two years diving experience in the commercial diving industry, OR
– be a Dive Supervisor, OR
– be currently employed in a project related role with a diving organisation.

Apply now to secure your spot by e-mailing your CV to Bronwen Campbell on bronwen@adas.org.au or calling on 0439842237

Read more online at https://adas.org.au/adas-dive-project-management-diploma/ or create a free account at ADAS Online and lodge your expression of interest at http://dpm2017.adas-online.org



Congratulations to Huddersfield University on achieving IChemE accreditation

Professor Grant Campbell

Professor Grant Campbell in the Chemical Engineering Lab at Huddersfield University

We received a personal guided tour of the Huddersfield University Chemical Engineering teaching lab while visiting my brother Professor Grant Campbell in late September, on our recent visit to the UK. I was thrilled to hear recently that Huddersfield University has achieved international accreditation for their Chemical Engineering degree program through the Institution of Chemical Engineers. Congratulations to all involved. Here is a link to the announcement https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/icheme-accreditation-huddersfield-chemical-grant-campbell/


I also have the good fortune to have many opportunities to discuss education methods with Grant, which has led to some great innovations and different approaches. Grant won the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Morton Medal for Excellence in Chemical Engineering Education, and has published some very interesting papers on education, including "Encouraging engineers to read: A book-based final year assessment" and "Setting up new chemical engineering degree programmes: Exercises in design and retrofit within constraints" as well as contributing to various books. I find Grant's ideas and discussions inspirational and try to ensure that my students in the diving industry, and particularly in the Dive Project Management course also benefit from his ideas.

Thanks Grant for the continued inspiration, and good luck with the future of the Chemical Engineering program at Huddersfield University.

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