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C-DOC offers a range of training courses for commercial divers, supervisors and managers. Our courses are designed to meet the needs of the commercial diving industry and are delivered by experienced commercial divers and diving supervisors.

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First Aid at Work (DMAC11) Course

R 1600

DMAC 11 compliant Blended Learning - To deal safely and effectively with injuries or illness at work incorporationg First Aid and Oxygen Administration for the Commercial Dive Team

Diving Medical Emergency Response Plan CPD

R 350

All Emergency Response Plans (ERP) require structure and processes, that when integrated, produce systems, relevant to the working environment, that lead to optimal outcomes during major emergencies.

C-DOC Trainee Air Diving Supervisor (TADS)

R 21000

IMCA approved ODL for the Offshore Air Diving Supervisor

C-DOC Diver Medic Technician (IMCA Approved DMTR - Refresher Course)

R 9500

IMCA Approved Blended learning Refresher Course: To administer advanced first aid and life support skills in the management of diving casualties including treatment while at pressure and during saturation diving operations. IMCA Recognised Blended learning Qualification for Offshore Divers and LST only.

C-DOC Diver Medic Technician (IMCA Approved DMT - Full Course)

R 17000

IMCA Approved Blended learning Qualification: To administer advanced first aid and life support skills in the management of diving casualties including treatment while at pressure and during saturation diving operations. Pre- requisite: Hold a recognised Offshore Diving or LST ticket . NOTE: Minimum of 3 students required for course to commence

Basic Life Support and First Aid Skills (US 119567)

R 1600

This unit standards replaces the old DoL First Aid Level 1 Course. This US is the minimum required training needed by employers to comply with Regulation 3(4) of General Safety Regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 “employers should provide a safe and healthy environment for their employees."