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Electric Gasmizer Diver Gas Recovery System Servicing Course TR0004

Posted by Grahamne Muir

  • 6th October 2015
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Standard Daily Programme
Arrive at approximately 08:30 hrs to commence instruction at 09:00 hrs (30 minutes for lunch) and complete at 16:00 hrs.

Who We Are
Our training manager and instructors are senior Divex technicians with experience from within the global diving industry, ensuring relevance and familiarity with the latest equipment, technology and safety legislation. Divex has established many courses covering the operation and maintenance of its products and where appropriate, are endorsed by manufacturers.

Course design has originated from using the Systems Approach to Training and is continuously enhanced by customer and client feedback.

Our Training Aim
To provide our customers worldwide with the best training after purchasing our products.

Your Requirement
To provide us with your experience in order to ensure that the course we provide is suitable for you.

Training Objectives
The training objectives for this course are:

  • Introduce the product and technical documentation.
  • Discuss the products performance and limitations.
  • Identify design servicing requirements.
  • Discuss and practice operational procedures.
  • Discuss and practice maintenance routines.
  • Diagnosis equipment fault finding.
  • Identify availability of spare parts.
  • Discuss and practice corrective maintenance.

End of Course Assessment
The instructor will:

  • Continually asses the candidates throughout the course to ensure that their practical and theoretical knowledge is sufficient to use and maintain the equipment.
  • Administer a practical and written test to asses the attendees retained knowledge.
  • Issue a written assessment.  The written test is a multiple choice test paper with clearly outlined right and wrong answers.

Award of Certification
Upon successful completion we provide you with a certificate valid for 3 years and like our present list of customers and clients, we hope you will return to us for renewal.  This renewal provides us, you and our clients the knowledge and confidence that standards remain consistent.

Pass / Fail / Re-test Procedure
All Divex courses require a 75% pass rate in both practical and written exams.  Should a candidate fail to meet this requirement, a second exam at the instructor’s discretion may be undertaken.  Divex will provide all candidates with every opportunity to achieve the required level.

Please note this course is aimed at Users and Maintainers of the Divers reclaim system.

Dirty Harry Contaminated Water Diving System Users Course TR025

Posted by Grahamne Muir

Standard Daily Programme
Arrive at approximately 08:30 hrs to commence instruction at 09:00 hrs (30 minutes for lunch) and complete at 16:00 hrs.

Who We Are
Our training manager and instructors are senior Divex technicians with experience from within the global diving industry, ensuring relevance and familiarity with the latest equipment, technology and safety legislation. Divex has established many courses covering the operation and maintenance of its products and where appropriate, are endorsed by manufacturers.

Course design has originated from using the Systems Approach to Training and is continuously enhanced by customer and client feedback.

Our Training Aim
To provide our customers worldwide with the best training after purchasing our products.

Your Requirement
To provide us with your experience in order to ensure that the course we provide is suitable for you.

Training Objectives
The training objectives for this course are:

  • Introduce the product and technical documentation.
  • Discuss the products performance and limitations.
  • Identify design servicing requirements.
  • Discuss and practice operational procedures.
  • Discuss and practice maintenance routines.
  • Diagnosis equipment fault finding.
  • Identify availability of spare parts.
  • Discuss and practice corrective maintenance.

End of Course Assessment
The instructor will:

  • Continually asses the candidates throughout the course to ensure that their practical and theoretical knowledge is sufficient to use and maintain the equipment.
  • Administer a practical and written test to asses the attendees retained knowledge.
  • Issue a written assessment.  The written test is a multiple choice test paper with clearly outlined right and wrong answers.

Award of Certification
Upon successful completion we provide you with a certificate valid for 3 years and like our present list of customers and clients, we hope you will return to us for renewal.  This renewal provides us, you and our clients the knowledge and confidence that standards remain consistent.

Pass / Fail / Re-test Procedure
All Divex courses require a 75% pass rate in both practical and written exams.  Should a candidate fail to meet this requirement, a second exam at the instructor’s discretion may be undertaken.  Divex will provide all candidates with every opportunity to achieve the required level.

Dirty Harry Contaminated Water Diving System Maintenance Course

Posted by Grahamne Muir

Standard Daily Programme
Arrive at approximately 08:30 hrs to commence instruction at 09:00 hrs (30 minutes for lunch) and complete at 16:00 hrs.

Who We Are
Our training manager and instructors are senior Divex technicians with experience from within the global diving industry, ensuring relevance and familiarity with the latest equipment, technology and safety legislation. Divex has established many courses covering the operation and maintenance of its products and where appropriate, are endorsed by manufacturers.

Course design has originated from using the Systems Approach to Training and is continuously enhanced by customer and client feedback.

Our Training Aim
To provide our customers worldwide with the best training after purchasing our products.

Your Requirement
To provide us with your experience in order to ensure that the course we provide is suitable for you.

Training Objectives
The training objectives for this course are:

  • Introduce the product and technical documentation.
  • Discuss the products performance and limitations.
  • Identify design servicing requirements.
  • Discuss and practice operational procedures.
  • Discuss and practice maintenance routines.
  • Diagnosis equipment fault finding.
  • Identify availability of spare parts.
  • Discuss and practice corrective maintenance.

End of Course Assessment
The instructor will:

  • Continually asses the candidates throughout the course to ensure that their practical and theoretical knowledge is sufficient to use and maintain the equipment.
  • Administer a practical and written test to asses the attendees retained knowledge.
  • Issue a written assessment.  The written test is a multiple choice test paper with clearly outlined right and wrong answers.

Award of Certification
Upon successful completion we provide you with a certificate valid for 3 years and like our present list of customers and clients, we hope you will return to us for renewal.  This renewal provides us, you and our clients the knowledge and confidence that standards remain consistent.

Pass / Fail / Re-test Procedure
All Divex courses require a 75% pass rate in both practical and written exams.  Should a candidate fail to meet this requirement, a second exam at the instructor’s discretion may be undertaken.  Divex will provide all candidates with every opportunity to achieve the required level.

Chamber 2CCC

Posted by Grahamne Muir

  • 5th October 2015
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Options Available

  • Chamber Operator 2CCC
  • Chamber Maintenance 2CCC

Who We Are
Our training manager and instructors are senior Divex technicians with experience from within the global diving industry, ensuring relevance and familiarity with the latest equipment, technology and safety legislation. Divex has established many courses covering the operation and maintenance of its products and where appropriate, are endorsed by manufacturers.

Course design has originated from using the Systems Approach to Training and is continuously enhanced by customer and client feedback.

Our Training Aim
To provide our customers worldwide with the best training after purchasing our products.

Your Requirement
To provide us with your experience in order to ensure that the course we provide is suitable for you.

For More Information
If you wish to obtain more information on this course, please use the Apply Now button below or alternatively email training@divexglobal.com

AH5 & AH3 Mainenance Course TR015

Posted by Grahamne Muir

Standard Daily Programme
Arrive at approximately 08:30 hrs to commence instruction at 09:00 hrs (30 minutes for lunch) and complete at 16:00 hrs.

Who We Are
Our training manager and instructors are senior Divex technicians with experience from within the global diving industry, ensuring relevance and familiarity with the latest equipment, technology and safety legislation. Divex has established many courses covering the operation and maintenance of its products and where appropriate, are endorsed by manufacturers.

Course design has originated from using the Systems Approach to Training and is continuously enhanced by customer and client feedback.

Our Training Aim
To provide our customers worldwide with the best training after purchasing our products.

Your Requirement
To provide us with your experience in order to ensure that the course we provide is suitable for you.

Training Objectives
The training objectives for this course are:

  • Introduce the product and technical documentation.
  • Discuss the products performance and limitations.
  • Identify design servicing requirements.
  • Discuss and practice operational procedures.
  • Discuss and practice maintenance routines.
  • Diagnosis equipment fault finding.
  • Identify availability of spare parts.
  • Discuss and practice corrective maintenance.

End of Course Assessment
The instructor will:

  • Continually asses the candidates throughout the course to ensure that their practical and theoretical knowledge is sufficient to use and maintain the equipment.
  • Administer a practical and written test to asses the attendees retained knowledge.
  • Issue a written assessment.  The written test is a multiple choice test paper with clearly outlined right and wrong answers.

Award of Certification
Upon successful completion we provide you with a certificate valid for 3 years and like our present list of customers and clients, we hope you will return to us for renewal.  This renewal provides us, you and our clients the knowledge and confidence that standards remain consistent.

Pass / Fail / Re-test Procedure
All Divex courses require a 75% pass rate in both practical and written exams.  Should a candidate fail to meet this requirement, a second exam at the instructor’s discretion may be undertaken.  Divex will provide all candidates with every opportunity to achieve the required level.

AGA DIVATOR MKII FULL FACE MASK MAINTAINER COURSE TR011

Posted by Grahamne Muir

Standard Daily Programme

Arrive at approximately 08:30 hrs to commence instruction at 09:00 hrs (30 minutes for lunch) and complete at 16:00 hrs.

Who We Are

Our training manager and instructors are senior Divex technicians with experience from within the global diving industry, ensuring relevance and familiarity with the latest equipment, technology and safety legislation. Divex has established many courses covering the operation and maintenance of its products and where appropriate, are endorsed by manufacturers.

Course design has originated from using the Systems Approach to Training and is continuously enhanced by customer and client feedback.

Our Training Aim

To provide our customers worldwide with the best training after purchasing our products.

Your Requirement

To provide us with your experience in order to ensure that the course we provide is suitable for you.

Training Objectives

The training objectives for this course are:

  • Introduce the product and technical documentation.
  • Discuss the products performance and limitations.
  • Identify design servicing requirements.
  • Discuss and practice operational procedures.
  • Discuss and practice maintenance routines.
  • Diagnosis equipment fault finding.
  • Identify availability of spare parts.
  • Discuss and practice corrective maintenance.

End of Course Assessment

The instructor will:

  • Continually asses the candidates throughout the course to ensure that their practical and theoretical knowledge is sufficient to use and maintain the equipment.
  • Administer a practical and written test to asses the attendees retained knowledge.
  • Issue a written assessment.  The written test is a multiple choice test paper with clearly outlined right and wrong answers.

Award of Certification

Upon successful completion we provide you with a certificate valid for 3 years and like our present list of customers and clients, we hope you will return to us for renewal.  This renewal provides us, you and our clients the knowledge and confidence that standards remain consistent.

Pass / Fail / Re-test Procedure

All Divex courses require a 75% pass rate in both practical and written exams.  Should a candidate fail to meet this requirement, a second exam at the instructor’s discretion may be undertaken.  Divex will provide all candidates with every opportunity to achieve the required level.

equipment

Equipment Assessment & Support

Posted by Grahamne Muir

  • 1st September 2015
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equipment

At our secure facilities in Inchinnan we have the capability to test and evaluate a range of sub-sea equipment.

Testing and assessment can be undertaken either in our test tank or in open water facilities located close to our manufacturing base in Scotland.

Using the considerable experience of our team of subject matter experts, JFD can support capability development, feasibility studies, the development and identification of solutions and Urgent Operational Requirements.

Consultancy services extend to maritime security surveys of production platforms, ships, establishments and shore-based facilities and equipment.

Trials Tank Facility

Our purpose-built trials tank is located within our secure facility and is available for hire.

The facility is supported by a fully-equipped workshop, including overhead cranage, diver changing, medical equipment and equipment servicing facilities.

JFD offers clients full photographic and underwater video and editing facilities to support trials, testing or training.

Test tank engineering facilities also cater for design proving, acceptance testing, measurement and data recording.

Key Features:

  • Secure trials tank.
  • Workshop, equipment and engineering support.
  • Video and imagery facilities.
  • Specialist support staff.
  • Comprehensive test and reporting service.
  • ISO 9001 Compliant.

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