The ALST training is the fundamental course for new entrants to the IMCA Life Support Technician, equip personnel with the necessary skills to control the chamber environment and having the knowledge of physics, physiology and medical aspects so as to support divers in high pressure environments.
This course is the IMCA pre-requisite to becoming a qualified Life Support Technician.
Before being permitted to sit the IMCA examination, all candidates must have attended and passed the Assistant Life Support Technician course or be a qualified Bell Diver and then logged the necessary experience (go offshore and log a minimum of 2,400 panels hours as an ALST) in accordance with the IMCA career structure. Practical experience gained prior to the course does not count.PRE-REQUISITE
Life support personnel come from a variety of different backgrounds, including highly skilled technicians from other industries, qualified nurses, former divers and some specially trained for the role. There are no pre-requisites to attend the course but an understanding of basic Mathematics and a good level of English language is needed.
- 2 x Coffee and snacks each day
- 9-Day Assistant Life Support
- Technicians Course
- KBAT workbook
- IMCA LST log book
- Use of KBA Hyperbaric Chamer facility
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To provide professional quality training in the field of commercial diving, safety management, medical and first aid training as well as to promote safety and encourage pro-activeness among organisations.
- The largest training provider in Asia offering courses approved by International Accredited Bodies such as IMCA, NEBOSH, IOSH & IRATA and the leading accredited Training Provider for NEBOSH and IOSH courses in Asia pacific region.
- More than a decade of training excellence delivering to a wide spectrum of onshore construction and service industries and to offshore Oil & Gas and Marine industries.
- KBA’s management system has received full accreditation by ISO 9001:2008 & OHSAS 18001:2007. ...