Upon completion of our 900-hour program, and meeting the requirements set forth by each certifying authority while in school, graduates may earn the following certifications:
Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Unrestricted Surface Supplied Air Diver Certification, issued by the Divers Certification Board of Canada (DCBC): This certification allows you to work globally. It opens up to you international job opportunities and world travel.
Association of Dive Contractors International (ADCI) Entry Level Tender/Diver Certification: This certification allows you to obtain dive jobs in the US market as well as countries which recognize the ADCI certification.
First Aid, CPR, Oxygen provider, A.E.D. and Blood Pathogens Certification: Safety first! All commercial divers are required to maintain up-to-date versions of these certifications to ensure job site safety.
Hazardous Waste Materials (HazMat) 80-hour OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 and WAC 40-hour HAZWOPPER Certification: As a diver you may elect to take jobs where you’ll handle toxic waste or hazardous materials on, around, or in the water. In order to do accept these positions this certification is required.
National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) Open Water SCUBA Certification: Scuba is a requisite skill toward attaining international Certification with DCBC. As a bonus you’ll have this life long certification to enjoy recreationally diving exotic and interesting dive sites.
Kirby Morgan Hat Operator Certification: You will gain an operational knowledge and understanding of maintenance requirements for your critical life support systems provided by Kirby Morgan.
API Rigger; Chevron USA API 2D (RP2D) (REV-6) Certification: This provides you with a working knowledge of basic rigging techniques and procedures that you’ll use daily throughout your diving career.
Job Safety Analysis (JSA) certificate: This training teaches you how to analyze hazardous operations, and provide mitigating techniques or procedures to ensure all operations are conducted safely.