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Marine Research Diver

The Dive Victoria Group

Scientific Diver

The Dive Victoria Marine Research Diver qualification is designed to provide the skills and  knowledge for individuals working within a research or occupational environment  in consideration to AS/NZS 2299.2, Queensland Workplace Health & Safety  (WHS QLD) Amendment Regulation No.1 and the WHS act of 2011.

If you wish to dive  for scientific purposes or participate in ‘Occupational diving’ as a  general  diver including Researchers,  Research Students Paid Assistants, Volunteer Assistants photography, Pearl  diving, Wild harvest diving  and seafood  harvesting you will need to demonstrate competency in several criteria.

The course in  conducted by meeting a number of units of competency, ensuring that you receive  Nationally Recognised Training through a complete training package. Depending  on your specific course you may complete some of or all of the units below.

HLTFA302C - Provide first aid in remote situation
22100VIC - Course in Basic Oxygen Administration
SISOODR302A Plan outdoor recreation activities
SISXOHS101A – Follow occupational health and safety policies
SISOSCB301A – Scuba dive in open water to a maximum depth of 18 metres
SISOSCB304A Navigate prescribed routes underwater
SISOSCB303A – Complete deep dives to between 18 and 40 metres
SISOSCB305A - Complete underwater search and recovery dives
SISOSCB306A – Perform diver rescues
SISOSCB309A – Complete dives off boats
SISOSCB313A – Complete computer aided dives
SISOSCB302A Complete night dives
SISOSCB315A – Complete drift dives on SCUBA
SISOSCB317A – Complete a dive using Enriched Air Nitrox
SISOSCB318A – Dive in open water using surface supplied air
AHCLPW305A – Perform diving for scientific purposes
PUAOPE002B – Operate communication systems and equipment
TAEDEL301A – Provide work skill instruction
SISOSCB307A – Inspect and fill scuba cylinders
SISOODR404A - Manage risk in an outdoor activity

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