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Divers Institute of Technology

1341 North Northlake Way, Suite 150, Seattle, WA
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DIT is proud to maintain our quality reputation, and we know that we have this for one reason: we train quality commercial divers. Our highest priority, as a school, is to ensure that when you graduat Go to full description...

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DIT is proud to maintain our quality reputation, and we know that we have this for one reason: we train quality commercial divers. Our highest priority, as a school, is to ensure that when you graduate, you’ll enter the diving industry with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in your new career. We’ve been Veteran Owned and Veteran Operated since our inception in 1968. Also, we’ve had a history of leading the field in training divers. We were the first, and are currently one of only three programs in the United States to offer an International Certification, the CSA . This allows you to work globally, and can open up many opportunities for you in your future career.Here at DIT, we don’t just train underwater welders, or any other particular type of diver. We care about creating a well-balanced diver, and we will train you to succeed in many aspects commercial diving. When you attend school here, the bulk of your surface supplied diver training will be conducted in open water, giving you real world experience that can’t be replicated in pools, tanks, or quarries. You’ll perform deep dives to 165 feet, employing both in-water and surface decompression. Your instructors here are highly experienced and knowledgeable in the field, and our intensive, hands-on, and measurable curriculum will ensure that once you graduate, you are prepared to excel. Here at DIT, we ask a lot of you, and you’ll be expected to challenge yourself, but we’ll be here to help you each step of the way. For Commercial Diving Careers: After graduation from commercial diving school, some of the specific jobs that commercial divers may perform include: Bridge inspection, construction and repair Flotation devices maintenance Gravity surveying Grouting Guideline replacement Hyperbaric chamber operations Injection equipment installation Life-support systems construction, operation, repair and maintenance Marine environment control check Medical and emergency care for diving illnesses and accidents Operation of remotely operated vehicles (ROV) Operation of diving bells Platform construction, inspection, maintenance and removal Rock drilling and blasting Underwater Salvage Search and recovery Seismic surveying Sewage line installation and maintenance Site surveys prior to installation Submersible operations Surface geological appraisal Trenching or underwater jetting Underwater inspection, installation, repair or maintenance Underwater painting Underwater photography or videography Underwater surveys Underwater welding and cutting Water line installation, inspection, repair or maintenance Wellhead repair and maintenance
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