National Hyperbaric Center Join Hands with Unique System FZE

Press Release
Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Unique System FZE, a Unique Maritime Group company which is an integrated turnkey subsea and offshore solution providers signs a joint venture with the National Hyperbaric Center (NHC) to launch a training center and training courses in the UAE.


The National Hyperbaric Center (NHC) provides expertise and services to the Subsea industry and pressure-related industries and has been involved in the diving industry for over 25 years through the provision of training, testing, hyperbaric facilities and decompression studies.


Unique System and the National Hyperbaric Center will provide quality training on diving-related courses in its new purpose built training centre. The complete training schedule will be conducted at our training center which is situated in our office premises located at Hamriyah Free Zone in Sharjah. Upon successful completion of the course and passing the end of course exam, the attendees are issued with either a certificate of participation from the NHC or an IMCA or OGP recognized certification from the relevant authority. Some of the courses that are offered include IMCA Air Diving Supervisor, IMCA Assistant Life Support Technician, IMCA Bell/Gas Diving Supervisor, OGP Client Representative, Dive Technician, IMCA Diver Medic, Diver Medic Refresher, Diving Systems Auditing and Assurance & Subsea Rigging and Lifting.


Unique System FZE successfully conducted its first National Hyperbaric Center course on “Diving Systems Auditing and Assurance” from February 5th to February 7th, 2013 in its new training center in the Hamriyah Free Zone. The course is aimed at enabling attendees to become fully aware of dive system auditing procedures, utilizing IMCA documentation and developing knowledge of industry recommendations and ‘best practice’. This course was followed in succession by a series of courses, namely the IMCA Air Diving Supervisor Course, and the OGP Client Representative Course.


One of the upcoming courses titled “Diver Medic Technician” is scheduled to be conducted from May 19th to May 30th, 2013. An IMCA Diver Medic course is required for divers, as a prerequisite for diving team selection that involves saturation and air diving worldwide, by many major diving operators. During this course, experienced instructors provide high quality training in diving procedures and diving medicine. The course is intensive with practical and theoretical modules and offers an IMCA recognized certification of training on the successful completion of this course.

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