ADAS Dive Supervisor Training Simulator

For students from NMIT (Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology), please view the videos below, then visit the NMIT Case Study page for further case study information. You will need the password supplied to you in your course to access the case study page.

 

World-First Dive Supervisor Training Simulator

Download a PDF version of theĀ ADAS Simulator Brochure

The AU$1.4M Dive Supervisor Simulator Project created a world first for the commercial diving industry by adapting existing airline, and maritime simulator concepts specifically for the diving environment. Video prepared by MomentumCo.
Explanation by the late Paul Butler, Former Executive Director of the Australian Diver Accreditation Scheme.

 

 

Launch Highlights

The Simulator was launched at The Underwater Centre Fremantle on November 20th, 2010. Here are some of the highlights from the launch.

Saturation Diving Supervisor Panel

Play the video to see and hear some of the technical details of running training in the saturation diving simulator from the Simulator Engineer, Bronwen Campbell of Active Learning Partners. This video was created by IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association)during the demonstration visit to Aberdeen in Scotland, 2012.

 

Air Diving Supervisor Panel

ADAS (Australian Diver Accreditation Scheme) air diving control panel simulator.
Video prepared by IMCA
Explanation by Ian Milliner, Former Managing Director of The Underwater Centre Fremantle

 

Hyperbaric Chamber Simulator

Chamber Simulator Video prepared by IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association). Explanation by Ian Milliner, Former Managing Director of The Underwater Centre Fremantle

Images from the European Visit

Simulator Engineer Bronwen Campbell with participant at Aberdeen demonstration, May 2012

Simulator Engineer Bronwen Campbell with participant at Aberdeen demonstration, May 2012

Simulator Operator James Gatt, Aberdeen, UK

Simulator Operator James Gatt, Aberdeen, UK

 

Language, literacy and numeracy using the simulator

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